EAN-130718122624140   EAN-13 barcode 0718122624140
UPC-A718122624140   UPC-A barcode 718122624140
Product NameLooting London
CategoryToy / Game / Puzzle
Short DescriptionWeight:0.41 pounds
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B003X07AO8
Price New53.48 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Weight6.56 ounces    (convert)
Featurestuck box edition, Age range: 10 and up / Number of players: 3 to 5 / Play time: 30 to 45 minutes, Manufacturer: FRED Distribution, 72 Witness Cards, 25 Evidence Cards, 5 Loot Disks, Rules
Long DescriptionLondon has been looted! Five of its rarest treasures have been stolen on the same night. You are a famous sleuth who needs to find the witnesses, collect the evidence, and recover the loot! Players collect witness cards, then trade them in to acquire (or destroy) evidence tiles which score them victory points. The winning sleuth is the one who collects the most evidence and bonus points, and thus solves the Looting of London!This mini-travel edition is perfect for taking Looting London with you on the go.
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