Mystery Board Game The Secret Door by Family Pastimes - Award Winning image-1
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Mystery Board Game The Secret Door by Family Pastimes - Award Winning image-1
Mystery Board Game The Secret Door by Family Pastimes - Award Winning image-2
Family Pastimes

Mystery Board Game The Secret Door by Family Pastimes - Award Winning

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Description
  • Players work together to figure out the mystery that lies behind the Secret Door
  • Because of the cooperative principle, everyone is part of a team that discusses ideas and shares strategies
  • Parent\'s Choice Toy Award Winner
  • For 1 to 8 players ages 5 through 7 years
  • Hand-made in Canada using recycled boards and papers, soy-based inks, water based glues and safe paints
  • Co-Operative Games are Better Games for Young Children
  • AWARDS: Parents Choice Award, Candian Toy Testing- Top Rating
  • Includes: 12 x 12\" board, clock cards, set of valuables, the secret door.
  • Designed by Jim Deacove
  • Recommended Age Range 5-8


Amazon.com\n\nWinner of the 1992 Parents\' Choice Award, this is a game to challenge budding detectives. Players work against the clock to discover which three treasures are hidden behind a secret door. The 12-inch game board illustrates a mansion setting, complete with a Dark Tunnel and an Observatory. Small cards, depicting either valuables or clocks, are dispersed facedown across the board. Players turn over two cards at a time. If a clock is drawn, time is running out and thieves might get away with the three hidden treasures! Children will have fun testing their memories, cooperating with their teammates, and honing their detection skills with this game. With a little care, the cards will survive years of playing. --Wendy Slotboom\n\nFrom the Manufacturer\n\nA mystery game! Valuables have been stolen, and we have to find them before Midnight. Together we search through the Mansion for clues. At Midnight, the Thieves may slip away with all the hidden booty! Children enjoy figuring out the mystery of what is behind the Secret Door. Because of the co-operative principle, everyone is part of a team that discusses ideas and shares strategies. Other important skills of memory and logic get a workout, too.

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