‘Trouble’ is a very interesting ludo-like game which is perfect to play with family and friends. Take a look at the instructions to play this fun board game.
Inspired by the concept of Trouble, developed originally by the Kohner Brothers, Milton Bradley Co. created two new games called ‘Headache’ and ‘Frustration’. Both these game make great substitutes to Trouble, and can be bought in case Trouble’s out of stock.
The game can be played by a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 4 players, and is suitable for children above the age of 5. It consists of the Trouble game board, 16 playing pegs categorized into 4 colors, a plastic game unit with the Pop-O-Matic die roller, and 4 rubber feet.
The board needs to be assembled before beginning play. To assemble, turn the plastic unit upside down, then turn the game board upside down and place it exactly over the plastic unit. Insert the four rubber feet in the slots provided at the base. These would help keep the board steady during play. That’s it, all set to play! Now for the Trouble board game rules.
(Note that the assembly instructions given above would work only in case of the original Hasbro product.)
Now that you are clear with all the Trouble board game rules and regulations, enjoy this fun board game with your loved ones on a relaxing day at home.