This is the summary of consumer reviews for Rory's Story Cubes. The BoolPool rating for this product is Excellent, with 4.70 stars, and the price range is $7.15-$7.99.
Make way for some 'roll'icking fun with Rory's Story Cubes, where storytelling is the name of the game and imagination is your passport for this inventive ride. You can be a solitary player or band with like-minded participants to explore this brain workout. These 9 cubes with rounded edges come with 54 detailed images that help spark your creative juices.
Less is indeed more here. With just few cubes you can play a variety of games with countless possibilities...little and big innovators can also create their own games. The white cubes foster speaking and listening skills, problem solving, sequencing, logical thinking, descriptive writing...the list goes on! A great teaching tool, this box can be a good gift for an educator. Move aside, red apple! This learning resource can also be used to teach special ed children, students with learning disabilities, teens, and even in foreign language classes.
From preschoolers to grannies and grandpas, this wallet friendly plaything can be played by all ages. A fun family game, the versatile Story Cubes is portable and can be a good companion for dinner at a restaurant, camp outs or even a road trip. And the climax to this 'Rory's Story' - you can even distract your 10 year old from his computer game addiction...just cube it up with these little storytellers!
Pet peeves? Almost nil, with many reviewers only praising Rory's Story Cubes. A few found the lack of instructions a little cumbersome, but many liked the freedom to create their own rules. Some reviewers wished for more cubes, but isn't it human nature to always want for more?!
Overall, for being a game comprised of no more than 9 cubes in a yellow box, Rory's Story Cubes really pack a lot of punch. Sturdy and compact, if you want to have maximum entertainment, think outside the box (pun intended)! Fun, creativity, and learning all rolled into one game. 'Nuff said.