For our 10th YouTube video we have embarked on something that is not an unboxing video!
Board Game Review offer you, for your viewing pleasure, a playthrough mini mission of Starport, a tabletop roleplaying game for kids. Although the mission is made up by Nick and not part of the core book (we didn’t want to spoil those!) we introduce you to some of the gameplay, characters and locations in the Starport Role Playing Game. All characters, illustrations and locations are used with kind permission of Wider Path Games who created Starport. All voices of characters are my own!
All you need to play Starport is the core book, a dollop of imagination and a 20-sided dice, known as a D-20 (quite affordable online). Please note that adventures are open world and the book encourages the guide to follow the children and their imagination. Rolling dice and having fun is the name of the game as children will create their own little worlds. Starport can be adapted to any age, in this video you will see Max engrossed and he is five, but is helped by his elder siblings. The guide has to be more mature because that is quite a complex role with plenty of thinking on your feet, the challenges you set them such as riddles or maths puzzles you create to be age appropriate for your child/children.
In this playthrough, we have edited large parts of the game out and in doing so, some of the turn-based dice-rolling fun ended up on the cutting room floor. As did a trip to the Equipment store where they spent about 15 minutes choosing how to upgrade their items. The children love it and we hope you enjoy watching it too!
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