Shopkins Pop 'N' Race Game Review (Pressman Toy)

Shopkins Pop 'N' Race Game
What It Is

Everyone's favorite collectible grocery items are featured in a game that plays like the classic game of Trouble. The Shopkins Pop 'N' Race Game from Pressman is a fast paced game for two to four players. Using the die dome, players press down to see how many spaces to move their four play pieces. The object of the game is to be the first player to get all four of those play pieces all the way around the board and then into the spots marked HOME in the same color as your pieces.

Is It Fun?

The game plays like the classic game of Trouble, which so many kids love. It's fast paced and offers a fun way for kids to practice their counting skills. Kids who love anything Shopkins will enjoy seeing the colorful images of the cute collectibles as they play.

Who It’s For

Shopkins Pop 'N' Race Game is for two to four players ages 5 and up who love anything Shopkins.

What To Be Aware Of

The rules can be found on the back of the box and are easy to follow. Some key things to know are that in order for a player to put their play piece on the game path, a six must be popped. If you land on a space occupied by another player, that player has to move his or her piece back to the starting spaces. Finally, players must pop the exact number of spaces to move into the Home path.

While this is a Shopkins-themed game board, it does not come with any Shopkins collectible figures, nor will Shopkins figures fit in the circles on the board. It's meant to be played using the included plastic peg-like pieces.

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy