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Bratz Board Game

A Passion For Fashion. For ages 7+ up to 4 players. One of my daughter’s friends gave her the Bratz Passion for Fashion Board game for her 7th birthday present. We’ve just opened it up and had a go for the first time, and this is what I think of it.

This a pretty good game actually. You choose your character and move around the board collecting the different parts of your outfit ready to go out. In the mean time you follow directions and get to mess up each other’s hair!

It’s not overly complicated and my seven year old easily understood the rules and I’m surprised that I was impressed and would recommend this game. It was enjoyable and my daughters had fun playing it. There weren’t lots of tiny pieces that coupld be lost and it was all sturdy. My only criticism is that it might get a bit boring after a few times and wouldn’t get the attention of older children than 9 or 10.

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