If you are looking for your post-Christmas lunch or Boxing Day board game, come and meet Peter the inventor of ‘Where is Moldova?’ who is hosting a live demonstration day in our London store on Tuesday 19th December. Learn how to play this fabulous family board game and ask Peter why he named his game after a land-locked country in south east Europe.
Where is Moldova? is a wonderful family board game that brings together general-knowledge, strategy and, of course, some luck.
The object is to win 5 connecting countries on the board’s map.
Along the way you’ll be asked a wide-range of fascinating questions in order to win countries and mark your new territory with coloured pawns.
However – to add a little mischief – you’ll also be able to ‘challenge’ other players for the countries that they ‘own’ and that you may need (alternatively, you could take a strategic decision and try to win a country that you don’t actually need, but by taking that country you’d undermine the strong position of another player). There’s also the chance to take the occasional risk with a ‘gamble’, and, if you’re lucky enough to land on the right ‘square’, you’re invited to simply ‘steal’ a strategic country from any one of your opponents.
Here’s just 24 of the more than 1,000 questions to speed you round the map as you amaze and amuse family & friends with your general knowledge!
As well as geography there’s sports and culture too:
To ensure the game moves quickly half of the question cards are multiple-choice. The game can be played in under an hour and is perfect for everyone from 8 and upwards.
So in answer to the question ‘Where is Moldova?’ the answer is (on Tuesday only) in Stanfords, Long Acre.
Where is Moldova? live demonstration day. Tuesday 19th December from 9am at Stanfords, 12-14 Long Acre, London WC2E 9LP.