Alcatraz – Prison Break Logic Board Game from Smart Games



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Today TTPM is reviewing Alcatraz from Smart Games. Alcatraz is the prison break logic game from Smart Games. The game brings a traditional computer style maze game off the screen into the physical world of gameplay, where one move in the wrong direction will send you back to the beginning. This is a single-player game in which, you, the player, are a prisoner, trying to escape. Keep watching these review videos of kids toys.

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Product Info:
Alcatraz is the prison break logic game from Smart Games. The game brings a traditional computer style maze game off the screen into the physical world of gameplay, where one move in the wrong direction will send you back to the beginning. This is a single-player game in which, you, the player, are a prisoner, trying to escape. “Cameras” move between the different color zones of the game—red, blue, and green— so as long as you land on a color that’s not indicated by the game’s color monitor you’re in the clear. But if you do, it’s back to the jail cell, or start.

Start the game by choosing one of the 48 challenge cards and placing it face up on the game board. Challenge levels include starter, junior, expert, and master. Position the 3-dimenisonal walls as shown on the card and place the prisoner gamepiece at start and the escape ladder at the finish.

Start the color monitor on red and then choose to move 1-3 spaces each time you click the color monitor toward you. Make it to the ladder without getting caught and you’ve cracked the puzzle.

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4 Responses

  1. Edward Collins says:

    This little game somewhat reminds me of my "The Continuing Adventures of CyberBox" computer puzzle that, that I wrote about 20 years ago.

  2. Fin Ko says:

    i still don't get the rules.

  3. T0X1C X1X AnT says:

    2nd

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