We are a family that loves to play games so when I was introduced to LLAMA I was super excited to try it. The below was provided to me to help facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and honest. I am disclosing this in accordance to FTC Guidelines.
L.L.A.M.A. Card Game
(Don’t) Let Llamas And Markers Accumulate
Can you beat the llama? It’s not as easy as it looks in this game where you get three options on every turn: play a card, pick a card, or quit. The goal is to play all your cards so you don’t get stuck with markers, but if you can’t you’ll have a real di-llama—should I pick another card or quit? Maybe you’ll get to play that card later, but if not you just hurt your score. LLAMA is simple to learn, but it can get pretty wooly because it has a few layers of strategy . . . and many levels of fun.
This game is so easy to learn but so fun and hard to play. It takes a lot of strategy and luck to play this game. This game is recommended for Ages 8 and up but honestly if your little one gets the hang of it I would play it with them. Not only is it fun but it helps kids work on critical thinking skills and problem solving.
This game is made for 2-6 players and we’ve played it with several different numbers of people and honestly we like it better with 4 or 6. It’s fun with just 2 even but it’s better with six if you have enough to play it with that many. This game is fast paced and full of quick decisions and so much fun.
I would recommend this as a gift to any family that loves games, I know we are gifting it to several of our family members this holiday season. Also it would make a great stocking stuffer for adults and kids, everyone will enjoy playing and having fun together with LLAMA.