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Masters Traditional Games Wooden Uckers Game - Standard Edition

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Masters Traditional Games Wooden Uckers Game - Standard Edition

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Uckers is a variation of Ludo traditionally played in the Royal Navy and arms of the UK and Commonwealth Armed Forces. It is a board game for 2 - 4 players and shares many of the same rules as Ludo, Parchis, Parcheesi and other Cross and Circle games but has much more complexity and strategy involved.

We have two Uckers games available; a special Royal Marines edition and a lovely hand-made wooden version.

A lovely wooden Uckers game manufactured in the UK and finished to a very high standard.

The wooden board is nice and large (43cm square), has a raized border and features a colorful vinyl playing surface. The playing pieces are wooden and painted in 4 different colors (red, yellow, blue and green) and supplied in a nice drawstring canvas bag. Also included are 2 nautically themed dice that feature anchors instead of pips.

The reverse of the board is designated for recording opponents you have '8 pieced'.

Language of Rules/Instructions: English

Contains small parts. Unsuitable for children under 36 months.

Approx. dimensions: Board: 17.1x17.1x0.7 inch. Pieces: 1x0.3 inch

Made in Britain

Product Ref.: 00K0H7

Masters Traditional Games Wooden Uckers Game - Standard Edition

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