Have you ever played D&D Giant Worm? If you have never, I encourage you to give it a go. The rules of the game are easy to pick up on. A simple 3d mini-game is played with a miniatures sized hand-made cardboard figures. A player acts as if he or she were an adventurer, traveling from town to town and encountering lots of different monsters along the way.
This game is a simple & enjoyable diversion from the real life challenges we all face. Players are not stuck on certain tasks they need to accomplish. Rather, every turn a player rolls the dice and the miniatures grow to new heights. Players can use the many worms available to accomplish anything they want!
What makes D&D Giant Worm exciting is the miniatures. They are a perfect representation of what you would find in the game. Each creature is painted with a living glow, and miniature parts fall off into the playing field. It’s truly a show stealer.
One of the great things about playing this game is that the accessories are easy to buy, and simple to assemble. The dice are very durable, so your miniatures won’t bend or break. All of the pieces snap easily into place, so they won’t be rubbing up against each other as you move them around. Plus, when the worms are finished growing, they pop out very neatly. You don’t have to worry about damaging the miniature pieces, and you can enjoy them at anytime during the game.
When it comes to playing the game, all it takes is one person to control the worms. In the beginning, players will only have a few worms, but as the game progresses more will be added. The rule book explains the basic rules, and the rule changes are simple to understand. Even the beginner players should have no problem learning the basics. After a few games, the players will know what they need to do to win.
For parents, we can tell you the good news – the toys in the D&D Giant Worm and Monster High set are safe for your kids to play with. No matter how young they are, there isn’t going to be anything that could hurt them. Toys like these are designed for ages three and up, and they are also designed to hold up over the years, so you won’t have to replace the game toy on a regular basis. Just remember that most children start playing with the Giant Worm and Monster High as toddlers, so you’ll be able to continue enjoying it for a long time.
To get the maximum enjoyment from this game, it’s important that you learn how to play well. The rules are easy to understand, and players will be able to get the most enjoyment from this game if they understand what is going on. As you go through the game, make sure you take notes on how many worms are in the miniature cage and where the food is placed. When you play with more than one player, each must feed the worms at the same time. Each player receives coins for each worm they eat.
This game is suitable for children ages three years old and up. It’s fun for both boys and girls, and a great way to teach kids about different creatures that are part of the D&D universe. If you’re looking for a really neat, miniature based board game, the D&D Giant Worm and Monster High set is highly recommended. You and your family will have hours of fun playing this game!