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Pretty Pretty Princess

Pretty Pretty Princess Most little girls absolutely love to play dress up. How many grown ups wish they still could? This is the game for them. It's a fairytale fantasy every time you play! The first time you play you even get to decorate the jewelry box and the royal crown with sticky jewels.

The game board fits in pieces around the jewelry box and children love to put everything on piece by piece. The only piece they don't like is the black ring. You cannot win if you have the black ring. Another cool part of the game is what is hiding underneath the spinner. A mirror that the newly crowned princess can use to gaze at her royal self!

Object of the game: Collect a ring, necklace, bracelet, and earrings all in the same color along with the crown to become the pretty pretty princess.

How to play the game: Players move their pieces around the game board collecting plastic costume jewelry. If you get the black ring, get rid of it as quickly as you can since you cannot win if you have it. If you land on the crown space you get to wear the coveted crown. If someone else already has it you get to remove it from her royal brow. In order to win you must collect the crown and all the jewels that match their playing color.


Why parents love this game:

  • All ages can play

  • No batteries needed

  • Encourages using imagination

  • It is a great family activity, either for pretend/dress up time or game time

More about Pretty Pretty Princess around the Web:

Pretty Pretty Princess - Wikipedia

 

 

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