There are 2 different ways to play and it's recommended that you start with 'The Apprentice Version', which sees you move your counter around the board adding different brands to your business, then launching them as companies and trying to make as much money as you can. The companies are in 6 different sectors - cars, snacks, chilled, grocery, home and sweets.
You can exchange companies with other players providing you land on the correct square, and as you can see their cards, you can help to make or break their entire business depending on your actions.
When you launch a company you take as many risk cards as you dare from an upturned pile - hoping that you make lots of money and don't go bust!
Once you get used to the game you can move to The Executive Version with some different rules and gameplay. You can now forcibly take over your opponents companies and bid at auction and another risk factor is introduced - wild card Newsflashes. This version is far more cut-throat and you can lose everything you have very suddenly with the turn of a card. It's full of tension and in our case pleading!
We've had a great time playing this game when the little ones are in bed. It's lovely playing games with our teenagers as a family, there's a lot of chatter and laughter and it really brings us all together. Everyone really enjoyed playing Logo Billionaire - even if some of them are too chicken to play The Executive Version again!
Logo Billionaire has an RRP of £24.99 and is available, as are all Drumond park games, from a range of stockists including larger toy shops, supermarkets, Argos and Debenhams.
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