The game is easy to pick up and play as well as teach to other people. If you know how to play Yahtzee, you already know at least half of the mechanics of this game. The theme is light-hearted and fun and gameplay is simple enough that children even as young as 6 can play as long as they can remember what the symbols on the dice mean. This is one of my go-to tabletop games for quick sessions (about 20-40 mins with teaching). However, when playing the way it was intended to be played, it can take a while to pick up the pace and be exciting and by the time it reaches that point, the game is about to end already. I suggest searching online for house rules (like making it easier to obtain the cards) for a more exciting game. I also would not recommend it for those who prefer to play games with more strategy involved as dice rolls dictate most of what will happen in this game. King of Tokyo is a great game to play with people who say: “Can we play a quick and easy board game with not much thinking?” Not too intimidating for a non-gamer to get into while still having some strategic options that a gamer can get behind.
I recommend this product
Yahtzee with a Twist