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The Hobbit

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Elaine Wei

on 15 January 2013

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Introduction -You will see what our game is like and what it has to offer you. Conclusion - As you can see, the game has many traits that could make it profitable, such as an easy to understand plot and an appeal to many people We appreciate your patience in considering our presentation By Yuxin Shi, Nicole Wang, and Elaine Wei
Based on the book, "The Hobbit" by J.R.R.Tolkien, published by Del Ray Books, Copyrighted by the Estate of J. R. R. Tolkien,1996 In this game, there are a few different materials. This explains the story plot of the entire book. Instructions Materials Game Board Box Cards Pieces - The gameboard has various scenes depicting Bilbo's journey through Middle Earth to the Lonely Mountian. - There are two types of cards: Chance Cards and Riddle cards. - The box is designed to look like a mountian range with the Lonely Mountian and Smaug in the distance. - These pieces are the Player pieces that you set on the board. They represent the 13 dwarves, Gandalf, and Bilbo as characters. In the Game "If you care for journeys there and back, out of the comfortable Western world, over the edge of the Wild, and can take interest in..." This is a fun and educational game that anyone can play. In this game, there is a very clear set of instructions that covers the aspects of the game. These aspects include setting up, moving, and the cards. Because this game and its instructions are easy to play and understand, it will appeal to customers. All in all, we feel that this will be an educational game, and it will be a big hit in the stores There are chance cards that feature characters from "The Hobbit" and it stays closely to the book Because of the plot and characters, this game can also appeal to fans of this book
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