Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse Game Review

*Ad-gifted: We were gifted Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse Game in exchange for this post.

We have been huge Masha and Bear fans for ages! I know she can be a little cheeky, but the cartoons are a huge amount of fun. You honestly don’t know what she is getting up to next.

We were kindly sent the Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse game to review from Tactic. Read on to see what we thought.

Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse Review
Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse Review

The aim of the game

The aim of the Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse Game is to be the first player to reach the finishing space at the top of the game board! But be aware of the pink and green arrows, while the rope ladders might speed you up or slow you down!

Masha and the Bear board game with pieces
Masha and the Bear board game with pieces

What’s included

The set includes game board in 4 parts, 4 game pieces and 4 stands with a die.

Inside the box
Inside the box

Age Range

Suitable for children aged 4 years and over. But it’s fun for adults too! 2- 4 players can play.

How to play

There are simple rules to this game. The first one to the top wins.

The youngest player starts first going from the pink heart space. Roll the die and move your playing piece forward clockwise, as many spaces as the die shows. You follow the arrows around the board clockwise. If you get the green arrow on the die go up a level If you get the pink one slide back down the rope ladder.

Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse game board
Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse game board

If you land on a green space follow the ladder up to the next level. If you land on a pink space you go down to the previous level.

The winner is the first to the top and lands on the yellow star.

Where to buy Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse

You can buy Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse Game from The Entertainer for £15.00

What we thought

We love playing this game. In fact, the fun starts before you play, with the setting up of the board game. It’s a brilliant idea to have a 3D board game instead of your usual flat board. It will easily come apart to pack away in the box for another day.

Putting the card 3D game board together
Putting the card 3D game board together

With the simple rules, the first one to the top wins, its a great introductory counting board game to 3 and 4-year-olds. One game will take around 20 minutes so it’s not too long to keep a preschooler interested!

Playing the Masha and Bear game
Playing the Masha and Bear game

I love that it’s all made from a stiff card, so when it’s built it feels really strong. Plus being made from cardboard it’s an eco-friendly game.

Masha and Bear
Masha and Bear

Fans of Masha and Bear will surely love this game as much as we do!

Race to the top with Masha and Bear
Race to the top with Masha and Bear

If you really enjoyed playing Masha and the Bear Race to the Treehouse game you will love Masha and the Bear Memorize a matching pairs game with the fantastic Masha and Bear characters.

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

You may like our other toy reviews here.

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