Theme: LEGO Games
The aim of this game is to be the last person on the beach. Through the data is possible to move the chairs, the rubbish bins, and parasols.
When an opponent put the trash bin beside the beach chair from another player, this has to remove the chair and put it elsewhere. If the player lay down some parasol, trash bin, or another chair, loses the game. If you have no place to put your beach chair, you lose the game.
Starting with the box:
The design is quite attractive. It was the first set that caught my attention when I bought it.
Here is an approximate plan of the box.
At the bottom left is the age group that are intended to play, the number of people who can play, and time of each game.
Summary of the game in several languages.
Appears again the information related to the game, as well as an image of the "board".
Here is the contents of the box. Bring two bags (one with the smaller pieces), a base (which will be the sand), the rules, and assembly instructions.
The box contains a small picture that illustrates how to pack up the different pieces.
The little crab inside the bag 1.
Instructions + Rules.
Page of rules (in Portuguese).
A random page of the assembly instructions.
Contents of bag 1.
Contents of bag 2.
The complete set after 5 minutes of playing.
The complete set after I lose.
How to play
Summer's here and you've found the perfect spot on the beach, but so has everyone else! Move the sunshades and rubbish bins to make the other go home. The last person on the beach wins!
There are 4 different sunshades:
The big sunshade
The yellow sunshade
The red sunshade
The blue sunshade
The different items
If you role a yellow, red or blue you take the sunshade matching the colour you rolled and place ir firmly onto an empty beach space so that it stands up straight.
If you role the big sunshade you move it to a different position on the beach.
If you role a brown you move your beach chair to a different position on the beach. You may not place your chair side-to-side with another chair, and may not place next to a rubbish bin.
If you role a orange, you move any rubbish bin to a different position on the beach. You must place the bin firmly onto an empty beach space. If there are now any beach chairs on any of the eight spaces around the rubbish bin those players must immediately move their chairs to a different positions on the beach.
If you knock anything off the beach, cannot place or move an item on your turn, you are out of the game
Playability: 9/10 - It was really fun to play Sunblock. I played three times in a row and does not bother me at all. Quite fun and gave a little laugh. I've only played against one person. With four people at a time should be the best.
Price: 10/10 - Cheap and very fun game. Beyond that, it contains 80 pieces and a crab. € 0.15 per piece.
Final: 9/10 - Very fun game, but each game takes no more than 15 minutes. Good to pass the time, and spend a good bit laughing.
Note: If the pictures are too big, a moderator please edit, or tell me how to.
Edited by WhiteFang, 22 January 2011 - 10:51 PM.
Indexed and poll added