University Games Really Nasty Horse Racing Game Reviews
Product Type: University Games board games
Description:Brand: University Games / Age: 12 Years / For 2-6 players / Enjoy a 'day at the races' when you play this devious horse ... more
University Games Really Nasty Horse Racing Game ... racing game. Just as in a real race meeting, players race their horses around the board to win at all costs. Be devious, bet on your own horse or someone else's, but don't tell anyone whom you've bet on.
Newest Review: ... be kept of which speed you choose, but this will affect how much your horse can move. Eg, if you choose 1, you'll have 3 ... more
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by - written on 16/06/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Now, this is the kind of board game you just know will be a classic in years to come! This is just a load of fun, with a cruel twist to it.... The idea is to race your horse around the track to the finish. However, you have to place bets, as the person with the most money at the end of the game wins. And this is where things get a little bit more devious.... Now, each race, you pick cards for what lane your horse goes in. You also decide how fast it will run. For example, you 1 is your fastest horse and 6 is your slowest. A record will be kept of which speed you choose, but this will affect how much your horse can move. Eg, if you choose 1, you'll ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
The wife and I are fairly regular race-goers and enjoy sitting down and playing a board game every once in a while. Recently, whilst in The Works, we saw this game on offer for £4.99. The back of the box sounded interesting and so we made the purchase. Fast forward a couple of weeks and we found a free evening to sit down with the in-laws and play the game... and what great fun it was! The game contains a racing track board and 6 coloured horses. Each player chooses their horse and is given £20,000 to start the game. The meeting consists of 6 races, each with varying levels of prize money for the winning horses. Each player has 6 horses (one for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09, updated on 27/03/09 (Very useful, 216 readings)
The Really Nasty Horse Racing Game certainly lives up to its name as players use their cunning, skill and a little luck in their attempts to finish the game with the most money. I bought this game about a year ago and when we have friends or relatives over it is often the game that visitors ask to play first. Up to six people can play, as they each control a horse in six races. Money can be garnered from winning races and from bets placed beforehand. The 'nasty' aspect of the game comes in the guise of a number of 'race cards' which are dealt to all of the players at the beginning of the game. These cards are then used at various times during the six races in ... Read the complete review
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