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Pretty simple co-op with an enjoyable theme, I'm interested in the expansion. Really fun when you're tired, I wish there were a few more exciting moments like when you crush a pile of orcs with a lucky boulder.
I don't really like this game but I keep thinking I'll find the right audience for it. I don't know that I'd ever play it instead of Dead Panic, which I also don't like but at least feels more natural with the zombies.
GREAT cooperative gateway game! I use this one to introduce people to co-op games, because I've found Pandemic to be a bit overwhelming to people due to the high number of options mixed with strategy. Castle Panic still has options and strategy, but not so much to be confusing. The color matching aspect makes it easy to learn, and the board is layed out easily in the different ranges of attacks. Every new turn that brings more monsters ratchets up the tension, but it also brings more opportunities for strategic play. Being able to trade cards with other players helps, as does the player count going up to 6 people. I've played this with a 47 year old and a 9 year old at the same table, and we all enjoyed it!
RATING FOR KIDS. Nice little co-op for kids. Nothing complex here but a nice fun game. Obtained in a Math Trade. The problem is that the game is too long to keep the kids' attention span and too simple for the adults.
Good co-operative family game. Enjoy playing it with the kids but wouldn't necessarily love it in an adults-only setting. Tends to feel a bit long at times, although that could just be the "playing with younger kids" factor.
The base game of Castle Panic is just horrible. It's boring, and un-inspired. Every turn is played out with little to no decisions, and it gets very repetitive. Basically, if you buy this game, you're almost required to also buy the Wizard's Tower expansion at the same time. If you sell or trade this game, make sure to sell or trade the Wizard's Tower along with it. Don't be that guy.
My Boys are enjoying this, Although I can play a game with them I do feel like herding cats to some extent as they often try to use all the bit when really we are lucky to get through the family edition of the rules.