My kids and I LOVE Nowhere To Go, a new thinking strategy game from Educational Insights for two players.
I almost always win. (My philosophy is that my kids need to learn how to beat me. It makes them think harder.)
But no matter who wins, we have lots of fun. And I like that it doesn’t take forever to play. Maybe 10 minutes.
Strategy Game for Two Players
Win by trapping the other player so that . . . there’s nowhere to go.
How to Play Nowhere To Go:
1. Each player places his or her spy piece on the starting spaces.
2. Players take turns moving their spy piece as many spaces as they like across any bridges that are not blocked.
3. Players end their turns by placing a blocker on any bridge.
4. The first player to trap the other spy with blockers wins!
It’s a lot of fun!
The Educational Insights games are no-brainers for parents like us who appreciate learning and thinking games, don’t you think?
Oh, and Nowhere To Go
is supposed to be ages eight and up but it depends on your child. JJ and I play it; she’s only six.