Last week on my other blog (grandmascookiejar.net) I wrote about a new card game – Trio. Today I wrote again and am sharing it with you –
Last week I wrote about some happy news – Happy Camper is a new game company and their new game Trio is now available! I shared some of the things about Trio which initially impressed me – you are able to find these things at this link. I also shared the very happy news of how Happy Camper is making a Trio game available for me to give away! Yes, a giveaway!
The giveaway will be on February 2, 2024 – just four days away, but again, happy news! You still have time to get in on the giveaway! How you ask? It is SO simple. All you have to do is comment on this post so I know you would like to be included in the drawing. (If you comment on my other posts about Trio, you will receive additional entries.) See, VERY simple!
So, if you are over the age of 18, live in the USA, and would like to be included in the drawing for one Trio game, just comment below.
So, what are people saying about this new game? Well, here is a sampling . . .
- On Amazon, Jeremy said – “This is a “family friendly” game BUT don’t discount it’s appeal to a wide variety of ages! This game is almost magic! It plays in 15 minutes, but feels like a game of CLUE! Basically you’re trying to play a game of memory match to uncover sets of three matching numbers in a row. But while some of the cards are on the table, most of the cards are in player’s hands. This little bit of information leads to some light deduction. The infallible memory abilities of younger players may give them an advantage. However, the ability to read other players reactions might benefit those with more life experience, but diminishing skill in remembering where those darn cards were. Fast to setup, fast to teach, cute and a crowd pleaser for all ages! I’ve enjoyed playing this with my kids and my retired parents at the same time!“
- On Amazon MB said – “Trio is great! It’s easy to learn and FUN to play. At first glance, the card design’s large numbers reminded me of Uno, but it’s more of a combination of Go Fish and Concentration. Trio is even better, with a lot more cleverness and strategy– but still accessible to all ages. Our entire family really enjoyed– kids OR adults by themselves or all of us together, we definitely will keep playing!“
- On Amazon Stephanie said – “We played over Thanksgiving and it brought our family of all ages together! It’s a must have for your game collection!!“
- On Amazon Joe said – “We love this game because it’s unpredictable. You don’t know if you’ll get a high or low card. It’s also colorful and appealing for the whole family.“