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Submitted by Wiiloveit 373d ago | article

The Croods: Prehistoric Party - Explorer's Field Guide

"With 'Survival of the Funnest' as their manifesto, the Crood family is completely geared up with the right tools to begin their trek, but the same may not necessarily be true in your case. Perhaps you or your child are not used to anything outside of Mario Party and aren't sure what to expect with the game's formula, in which case the unfamiliar flow may draw interest. Or perhaps digital board game experiences have yet to be introduced in your household. Well, for those seeking to get the most out of The Croods: Prehistoric Party, you can rest assured knowing that the mechanics are not at all complicated and can be understood within a few minutes time. But there are some aspects with the design that could confuse, and so this handy guide was prepared, mapping out everything from rule guidelines, board principles and layouts. The only thing missing are some custom House Rules -- those I'll leave up to folks with bigger imagination than my own!" (The Croods: Prehistoric Party, Wii, Wii U)

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