Everything that you need to play "Bürokratopoly" - an educational game from the DDR
The delivery includes:
- 1 jute sack with a string to close it (unprinted)
- 3 dice
- 1 starter chip to indicate whose turn it is
- 9 coloured player markers in 9 different colours, so you know at any time
during the game which game pieces belong to which player
- 45 game figures (cones) in 9 different colours (height: 2,4 cm)
- Size 14,5 cm x 19 cm x 1cm
- Weight 80 g
- Content 59 pieces
- Material cotton, plastic (dice), wood (game pieces)
- Players 3-9 players
- Note not suitable for children under three years
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