This Cars 3 Risky Raceway Game will have your children racing over twists, turns, and bridges! This game is perfect for any Cars fans!
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Ever since my little boys could move around on their own they have loved playing with cars. Isn’t it funny how it just comes so natural for boys to sit on the ground and make engine sounds with their mouth before they even really know what a car is? Even my 18 month old daughter will now follow her brothers around making race tracks where ever they can. The movie Cars is actually one of the first movies my oldest son watched and he was hooked from the first time he watched it. We are major Cars fans in this household and my boys were so excited when they had the chance to play the new Cars 3 Risky Raceway board game. My boys are currently 6 and 4 and love board games. I loved how this game was equally exciting for both boys. My older son who can read and has been through Kindergarten wasn’t bored, while my 4 year old was completely entertained without becoming frustrated.
Let’s dig inside the box to show you all the fun Cars 3 Risky Raceway has to offer!
This game has up to 3 players, which in my family works perfectly fine. There is a little bit of assembly with this game but it really comes together in less than a minute. The board game pieces are four puzzle pieces with three black bridges that you just have to pop together. My boys favorite part were the bridges that the cars get to go over or under during the game. The bridges have raised black “stoppers” on them which perfectly holds the cars in place during play.
During the game you can choose to go on the training paths, where you can collect a training token, or take a shortcut. Watch out for the hazard zones, if you don’t have a training token to trade in, you may be sitting there while the other cars speed past you.
After some twists, turns, and bridge racing it’s all about making it to the finish line first!
My boys have already played this game multiple times and I’m sure will be adding this to their regular board game playing rotation. Just about every weekend my mother-in-law comes to play and this will be another fun game they can enjoy! The boys are even more excited to see Cars 3. Do your kids like board games? Make sure you pick up this Cars 3 Risky Raceway Game that you can find at Toys R Us and Walmart too!