My Little Scythe

My Little Scythe: Review

Scythe for Kids My Little Scythe started as a fan project for the larger Stonemaier Games Scythe. You can see the Board Game Geek page where Scythe was given a My Little Pony makeover, here. Obviously, that IP was taken, but the game design eventually made it into an actual Stonemaier project. Isn’t it adorable? I was a bit hesitant to bring it home, but after several games of the much weightier Too Many Bones Undertow (a tactical battle game) with my daughter, I thought that my five-year-old could handle a game targeted at eight years and older. To be sure, she doesn’t have the reading skills, but with a little help from Dear Old Dad, she should be able to make it, I reasoned. Little did I know that my wife and I would also enjoy the game, head-to-head. Modes of Play My Little Scythe supports 1-6 players, plays in about 45 minutes, and is rated ages 8+. My wife and I selected two different factions, placed the starting resources, and we were off: competing for trophies in the Kingdom of Pomme. Th

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