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Last Updated on December 12, 2020 by ellen
Are you looking for elf games for kids? Check out my Elf Board Game review and see why this should top your gift list this year.
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Elf Board Game
So, if you are a fan of Buddy the Elf, did you know that he has his very own board game? Elf: Journey from the North Pole is now available! You can help Buddy the Elf find his dad by leading him on a loopy route from the North Pole to New York City.
Play path cards on the board to move Buddy the Elf, leading him toward your favorite landmarks along the way to score points. The player with the most points when Buddy the Elf finds his dad wins.
What’s included with this game?
- Game board
- 12 tokens
- 7 goal cards
- 60 path cards
- 1 Buddy the Elf mover
What age is this game for?
This game is intended for ages 8 and up. It’s a fun family Christmas game that everyone will enjoy playing.
Two to four players can play this game. And, the total gameplay is about 20 minutes. It’s just perfect for a before-bed activity.
Where can I find the Elf Board Game?
Buddy the Elf game review
This really is such a cute game all around. The board game is shaped like a snowflake which is a nice touch. I think that younger kids could definitely play this game if they had help with reading the cards.
The Buddy the Elf mover is definitely the cutest part of the Buddy the Elf game. It’s a keeper itself just for the cuteness factor.
The game board and pieces are very well made. And, the cards are nice and sturdy. This is something that will last for several years if you enjoy it during the holidays.
The fact that this game takes only about 20 minutes to play means that it’s ideal for kids who lose interest when games get too long. And, if you do have older kids or adults who are playing, they can play more than one round to make it last longer.
If you enjoyed the Buddy the Elf movie, you will definitely have fun playing the Elf board game. Why not listen to the movie or the soundtrack while you play and make it a fun game night?