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Winning Moves Games

Aggravation

4.6
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Description

  • WHATS IN A NAME: Aggravation, comes from capturing an opponent's piece by landing on their space, known as "aggravating".
  • THE OBJECT: Two to six players compete in this classic game of race around the board from base to home. Be the first player to move your marbles around the board and reach home.
  • THE PLAY: Take shortcuts to ??zip? ahead. Or, try the super shortcut and shoot across the board! There are no safe spaces where player??s marbles can??t be captured.
  • SPECIAL FEATURE: Our game accommodates up to 6 players!
  • INCLUDES: Heavy duty gameboard with original 1962 artwork, 30 plastic marbles (5 ea. of 6 colors), one die and full instructions.

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Customer Reviews

The cheap plastic marbles roll away...The box and the game board are good quality as far as thickness and durability. However, my game board is slightly defective, with the holes drilled off center in some of the "home" lines. Mostly I'm disappointed in the cheap plastic marbles. The original game I grew up with had real (glass) marbles. The item description does say plastic marbles, so there's no deception, but the marbles are so lightweight they are too easily knocked off their holes and roll off their spots. This makes game play a challenge. I'm going to try to find some REAL marbles for my game. 3Lives up to its name, and not just by playingKind of like Sorry, yet different. I can see why it's called "Aggravation" though. Not just in game play, but in the game itself. The dice are pretty small, which I'm not thrilled about. The pieces themselves that you move around the board are marbles. Yes, this makes it different than Sorry, but also makes it a bit of a pain. The holes in the board for them as you move around are larger in diameter, allowing the marble to move more than you'd like. And don't jar the board, or the marbles may all come loose. 3Nice family game to play with your young kidsI grew up playing the original Aggravation with my grandmother. I wanted to teach my boys this game, and my husband surprised us with this game for Christmas. This game is pretty easy to teach to kids - one time through and my 4 and 5 year old understood how the star and special middle shortcuts work and everything. Great game like Trouble or Sorry with a little extra element of the unique shortcut. The board is a little smaller than the original brown one (probably 1960-1970 version), but it's still a good size. As other reviewers mention, it does differ from the original game a little. The colors of peices are brighter (which we liked) and the marbles aren't real marbles, they're made out of plastic. When I read this prior to adding it to my wish list I was a little disappointed to read that, but after playing it myself, the "marbles" do have some weight to them and don't feel super plastic. I'll admit I had to hit it against the coffee table to tell for sure if it was plastic or marble. Very pleased with our new family game, especially for the nostalgia of playing my grandma's favorite game. 5So much fun, totally recommend.I loved this game growing up and it is exactly how I remember it from the 90's. It is similar to Trouble or Sorry with a little more strategy and a lot more laughing. My 6 year old son had the rules down after a couple of games playing together. We have tons of board games and I'm pretty sure this is his favorite now. He laughs so much when we play. My husband (32yrs) who doesn't always get into board games saw us playing this one afternoon and said, "I get to play the next game!" Now he always wants to play with us, and he's usually the one insisting on "one more game" even though it's past bedtime. The marbles stay in the holes as long as you're not too rough and are careful where you roll the die. I would definitely say it's funnest to play with 3 people...6 players turns into a lot of waiting for your turn. 5Simple, fun board game!This is about as basic a board game as it gets, but it does provide a good amount of fun for the family, and it can be played by up to 6 people, which is also nice! I never played Aggravation as a kid, but my wife and I played this with our kids for the first time the other night and we all had a good time. The premise of the game is pretty simple...get your marbles from your base all the way around the board and back to your home. First to get all four marbles back home wins!The Aggravation name comes from the rule that some moves can only be done on exact rolls (exiting the base, entering the home, exiting the center of the board, etc.) and also that direct count landing on another player send them all the way back to the start! The inclusion of the shortcuts in the middle of the board help to ease the "Aggravation" quite a bit, which is probably helpful in preventing people from filpping over the board in a rage after playing for over an hour with no winner.My only complaint about this particular game is that the setup of the marbles and the game board isn't conducive to playing on a hard surface. Since the board is thin, the marbles are essentially sitting on the table even when in the slots on the game board. This means bumping the board or nudging another players marble when moving your own can have marbles coming loose pretty easily. A slightly different design could've eliminate this annoyance.Other than my one gripe, this is a pretty great, simple, and fun game for the whole family! 4Better than Sorry!I hadn't played Aggravation before, but when our family got sick of Monopoly, Parcheesi, Sorry, and Life, we went for it. It is very much like Sorry except with a few twists that make it more interesting. The stars in the center of the board let you migrate around faster, and there is more chance for "bopping" as my kids call it. You are more likely to get sent back to your base. Also, six people can play, which makes for a more interesting/scary journey around the board (if you have six people). My only complaint was that the game can take forever to finish, so we had to make up a few of our own family rules to get it over quicker. Also, it can cause more tears if your players are more sensitive to getting sent home. Oh, and the gameboard is pretty small. We were kind of hovering over a footstool--don't know why they couldn't have made it more Monopoly sized. Otherwise, worth adding to your stash, especially if you like Sorry but feel like you're 6 years old when you play it. 5Wonderful Game & Great ServiceI remember this game from when I was in high school and my family played it with a vengeance. The way we played it we called it "kill your neighbor!" Now, years later, I tried to find one of the games and finally went online because there were none of the games in town. I ordered it on a Thursday night, got the confirmation email on Friday and the game was delivered to my house on Saturday morning. WOW! Can't complain about the delivery time!I have taught my husband and my dearest friends this game and we have such fun playing it. It's so much better than playing games on your computer. What we love is the interaction with others. BRING BACK THE BOARD GAMES! 5Love this family friendly game!!!!!My family LOVES this game (ages five years old to 60+)! The game is easy to learn. It is great for as few as two to as many as six players. This newer version seems more to be more portable because it folds into a square about 8-9" in size rather than the older version that only folds in half.The game comes with extra marbles (I think one or two) for each color and one die. My family prefers to play with multiple dice but it doesn't make much of a difference.Rounds can go pretty quick or take some time depending on how competitive your group is and how many players you have. 5Cheaply ManufacturedThe poor rating on this product is not on the game itself, but rather on the quality. The game comes with plastic marbles that are not heavy enough to seat properly in the holes. Additionally, the holes are not punched properly and some are misshapen. This exacerbates the problem with the marbles not seating properly. 1Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!We bought the "Retro" version at Target and it is light years better than this one. This model is cheap. Marbles are plastic and weak, game board is thinner, and some of the holes are "off". The Retro game came with 6 dice, one for each player, and this version came with one larger dice. The Retro version came with 4 marbles in each color and this version came with 5 which was the only nice thing about this game. Overall we are extremely disappointed with the quality of this game. It served its purpose and we still enjoyed playing it. If you have to choose between this and the slightly more expensive Target Retro version- go with the Target version! 3
Aggravation

Aggravation

4.6
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Regular price
AU$ 86.00
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AU$ 86.00
Regular price
AU$ 142.00
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