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Horrible Histories The Board Game

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Horrible Histories The Board Game

Horrible Histories The Board Game:

How good is your history? Have fun journeying through time with Horrible Histories The Board Game! This educational and entertaining game sees players race through historical time periods. Begin in the Awful Ancients then on to the Measly Middle Ages, through the Terrible Tudors followed by the Vile Victorians and finally to modern times. Act out charades, and answer the “Horrible” multiple choice questions, but watch out for sneaky Rattus and his tricky “Chance” cards! Begin in the centre of the four colour quadrant game board, travelling through the historical eras in a race to reach the present day. Based on the award winning TV and book series, “Horrible Histories”. Perfect for 2-4 players aged 8 years and over.

Also available in this range are the Horrible Histories Savage Stone Age and Horrible Histories Terrifying Tudors card games.

University Games excels in providing an extensive range of puzzles, games and gifts for all of the family to enjoy. From Pre-School favourite characters to educational games and fun family classics, there is something for everyone! We love the spectacular mix of brilliant gameplay and beautiful illustrations combined with themes and characters that children will know and love. Equally perfect for gifting on a special occasion or for enjoying as a rainy afternoon treat!

Recommended age: 8+ years

Box Contains:

Playing Board

4 Rattus Playing Pieces

4 Horrible History Game Booklets

24 Horrible Chance Cards

3 Dice and Game Rules

Educational Benefits:

World awareness

Social and empathy

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Additional information

Weight0.8 kg
Dimensions26.5 × 26.5 × 6.5 cm

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