Sorry!

Sorry!This classic game of luck, strategy, and determination is easy to grasp for children as young as 6 years old, yet it's fun for adults and older siblings too. By drawing cards, players move their game pieces around the board, hoping to eventually accumulate all their pieces at the final destination – home sweet home. Sorry is known as the game of "sweet revenge," since players can send each other's pawns back to the starting line, thus forcing one another to lose ground and begin all over again. This kind of frustration may be hard for children under age 8 to handle. In fact, young ones typically crumble into tears of outrage when their pawns are cavalierly sent back. The only recourse is to teach children how to plot their own revenge, which makes them feel as powerful as superheroes.


Sorry Games

  • Sorry SpinSorry Spin
    Sorry Spin is a fast-paced spin on the classic family game of Sorry! Move your pawns around the main track to get them safely onto your Home track. Get them into your Home Zone before the board spins and changes the whole game. But watch out! A spin card could turn things all around and zip you past your Home Zone! The first player to get all 4 pawns into their Home Zone wins Sorry Spin!
  • U-Build Sorry!U-Build Sorry!
    The U-Build Sorry! game brings a fun new way to play the classic family game of sweet revenge, and gives players an exciting game play experience that is ever-changing. Players weave through the LEGO-style brick maze racing to the center of the game board. Along the way, they will break down and build up U-Build Walls, as they claw their way from Start to Home using the customizable Claw pawn-grabber. But watch out! Your opponent could be out for sweet some Sorry! revenge of their own and use their Claw to send you all the way back to Start. Be the first player to get all three pawns Home to win U-Build Sorry!
  • Sorry! SlidersSorry! Sliders
    Offering 4 ways to play, SORRY! Sliders is new twist on the classic game of SORRY! The four games are Race for Home, Instant Home, Instant SORRY!, and Danger Dots. Each of the games has players aiming and sliding their roller pawns down the track to land on targets. A good slide could score you big points, but another player's pawn might knock yours onto a SORRY! space putting you out of the game! Slide into some fun with SORRY! Sliders!
  • Sorry! ExpressSorry! Express
    If you enjoy playing Sorry but you do not have a lot of spare time, then Sorry Express is just what you are looking for! The game case is small, round, and durable allowing for convenient travel and easy storage. The game is straight foward to play as you attempt to move your pawns around the board, or take them from your opponent. It sounds easy, however, your fate is at the mercy of the dice! The first player to get all of their pawns home wins the game.
  • Sorry Revenge Card GameSorry Revenge Card Game
    Win the race to flip all of your pawn cards home and sweet revenge is yours! Take turns to play number and action cards to change the play pile's total. Get the pile to 21 without going bust to get one of your pawn cards home. But watch out, someone could play a SORRY! card and steal your win! For 2 - 4 players, ages 6 and up.
  • Aggravation/Sorry/Scrabble Jr. (Gameboy Advance)Aggravation/Sorry/Scrabble Jr. (Gameboy Advance)
    SORRY: This classic game of slide and pursuit has been supercharged for the GBA. Be the first player to move all four of your pawns around the game board from Start to Home. AGGRAVATION: Be the first player to move all four of your colored marbles around the game board from Base to Home. You don't have to 'Aggravate' the other players to win, but it sure helps! Aggravation can be played by 1 to 6 players. SCRABBLE JR: Get ready for your very own GBA version of the famous crossword game! Cover the game board letters with matching letter tiles, and score points by completing words.


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Last Update: December 17th, 2013