Customer Reviews for Calendars.com Rory's Story Cubes
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Calendars.comRory's Story Cubes
There are infinite ways to play with Rory's Story Cubes. You can play solo or with others. Here are some suggested uses: Party game or ice-breaker, literacy development, speaking & listening skills, creative inspiration, mental workout, problem solving. For ages 8 and up. Rory's Story Cubes is a poc
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2 out of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Rory's Story Cubes
Review 1 for Rory's Story Cubes
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Rory's Story Cubes
Date:November 26, 2013
Pros: High Quality Materials, Makes A Great Gift
We haven't played as a family yet since they are for Christmas but I tried them solo and it was great. What a wonderful concept and a very compact game to carry with you on outings or anyplace you ;need to have amusement for children. The cubes are great.
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Review 2 for Rory's Story Cubes
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Rory's Story Cubes are Awesome
Date:December 7, 2012
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Pros: Makes A Great Gift, High Quality Materials, durable, excellent case, inexpensive, compact, portable
I know of two styles of this same product, one comes with a bag the other comes with a book shaped magnetically closed box. The box version is what I got from here and it is far superior to the bag version. (Photo linked.)
The cubes are the same size and feel though either way. They are larger than normal dice by about 30%. They are pleasantly heavy and the images are carved into the plastic as well as printed on it. These things as a result are extremely durable. If the paint wore off you could just trace the grooves with a fine time permanent marker.
These things are truly a lifetime toy, if not something that could travel down the line generationally. And the price was excellent. Around 5$ when everywhere else was 10$