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Create your own journey with Tsuro, the Game of the Path. Place a tile and slide your stone along the path created, but take care! Other player's paths can lead you in the wrong direction - or off the board entirely! Find your way wisely to succed. Stay the path - your journey begins here.

For ages 8 and up.

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8 - 12 Years

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Tsuro 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
SunnyFun1222 More than 1 year ago
Our family has lots of board games, probably over 100. But Tsuro seems to be one that we play more than the others because it's easy to teach it to new players. I think the box says for Ages 8+; That's probably on there because the playing pieces are stones that stand up and are about 1" tall by 3/4" wide. My kids have been playing this game since they were 6. The game board is very cool with a dragon on it with squares marked off in a grid pattern. Each player gets cards that have several paths on them for you to choose your next move. The object is to follow your path and stay on the board. There is strategy involved, because the more players you have, the paths will start crossing. We like it because it's easy to teach to friends and can accommodate 8 players. Highly recommended!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Our family loves this game! It takes 15-30 minutes to play a round depending on how many people are playing. Adults enjoy it as much as children. You can strategize as much or as little as you want to. Tsuro was definitely the hit game last Christmas at our house.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A friend of mine brought this to our weekly coffeehouse gathering last night. The beauty of this game is that it is rules and gameplay are extremely simple, yet the game is quite challenging. It employs planning, strategy and thinking several turns ahead each time you play. We played with 5 players at a time, the average game lasted about 30 minutes, and we were all ready to start another game as soon as the last game ended. Unfortunate that the game board and pieces are not illustrated at this site, I simply don't have time to describe the game here. Needless to say, I am buying this game at my first opportunity and can't wait to play it with my wife and 10-year old son.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great game.  Quick to learn.  Many variations in the instructions.  Easy for even our 6 year old to join us, but fun for all.  Highly recommend this game to others.
Anna_ErishkigalAE More than 1 year ago
Was so happy the local B&N store had this in stock! My kid had gotten this for her birthday and we enjoy playing it as a family. Think of it as a sort of malleable 'Chutes & Ladders' game for big people, challenging enough so the adults don't get bored (if your path runs you off the board you're eliminated), but simple enough even my 9-year-old learned the rules with ease. We just hunted down this game locally for my daughter to give to her BFF for a birthday present as we enjoy it enough to buy for other people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tsuro is a fun, quick game. Players are dealt paths to be placed on the board, which the dragon game pieces must follow once a path is played. Players may play more cooperatively - by playing only on their own dragon or placing paths to help other dragons - or more competitively - by placing paths that sabotage other dragons. I like whipping this game out in between more involved board games.