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Green Board Games Horrible Histories: Rotten Romans

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    In Arthur Saves the Planet: One Step at a Time Arthur and his friends and family work together to solve environmental issues threatening his hometown of Elwood City. From littered beaches to endangered tree frogs from deforested parks to wasted water the team has its work cut out for it. And ANYONE can help! Pick an Arthur character and collect colored resource cards representing time expertise friends effort and advice. Use these wisely to solve the many challenge cards and in return receive tree seeds to help restore Elwood City back to its natural beauty! Arthur Saves the Planet provides a unique and challenging design for children to actually experience the joys of strategic gaming with their parents and friends! Players aged 4 and up must decide whether to move their character to a specific location on the board or collect another resource card. Never leave your house and you won?t solve any problems but if you don?t take time to collect resources such as helpful friends and expert advice then you?ll never find the right solutions! Inside the box you'll find two sets of rules. A simpler co-operative game for Arthur fans ages 4+ and a competitive game for 2-5 players ages 6+. Arthur Saves the Planet is endorsed by PBS Kids! The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of PBS and is used with permission.