Stratego Original Game
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- A Napoleonic theme where two armies, complete with spies, battle to win!
- For 2 players, ages 8 up
- The classic game of battlefield strategy
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This game is first and foremost about placing a large number of pieces on a game board, and dynamically adjusting to your opponent's position and play. If you can't see the value of your own pieces, it makes the game difficult to get into. The original had cute little castle shaped pieces with gold letters on red or blue background: nice an easy to read. I will now be spending my evening writing in black permanent ink the values of each piece so that I can enjoy this game. Sad.
Just a heads up there have been some changes the biggest being they swapped the numbers around. The strongest piece is not the 10, not the 1 as it was back in the 80s. The pieces are easier to see and the board is nicer. I have now played my 9 and 11 year-old 5-6 times and I am happy to report they haven't beat me yet.
Back in the 1970's, an older version of this game has SOLID plastic pieces with a relief image filled in with metallic paint to my best recollection.
This version has stickers on hollow plastic pieces. While the graphics on the stickers are nice and possibly easier to read than the much older version of the game, my gripe is that YOU HAVE TO PUT ALL 82 STICKERS ON YOURSELF.
No board game should take you an hour or more to assemble, in my humble opinion.
It took me over an hour of tedious sticker application before I could play. It is an absolutely mind-numbing task, not to mention difficult to get the sticker to seated within the application area as the tolerance for error is low. (In other words, it's easy to put it on crooked.)
I think that for that price that I paid they should have have some guy in China, where the game was made, apply the stickers for me.