Middle ages play mat, an exhilarating game
Middle ages play mat has an interesting design and is in fact a strategic game. The main difference with other strategic games is that the game’s rules are not pre-determined, and this is an alive and dynamic game. Babies can battle in two adjacent castles and cross their military divisions from the water or can live in peace and build a bridge for crossing the river.
Give chess pieces to your babies and they know how to manage the game, even though they do not know chess piece names. Seeing your baby’s talent and genius in arranging pieces comes, certainly, as a surprise for you. this play mat is a representation of kids’ creativity and tact in the game field.
Excitement and imagination
The excitement of war and shooting is an exceptional experience for any baby. The baby reigns supreme on his/her castle, that is a place he/she can conceal soldiers and keep horses inside the stable until getting access to the nearby castle. After all, life isn’t entirely a battle, and kings can sign a peace treaty and live alongside the peasants under love and agreement. In this play mat design, each castle is seen as a 3-d building from the opposite direction making anyone enable to plan for an attack to the castle of the target.
Middle ages play mat regulations
- Number of players: one and more;
- Age gradations: 5 years and more;
- The game isn’t recommended for babies less than 4 years apart. (Babies less than 4 can be offered with galaxy, hopscotch, and infant play mats.)