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"Once upon a time, King Kandy, the Imperial Head Bonbon and Grand Jujube of Candy Land disappeared." Thus begins the magical journey of Milton Bradley's classic Candy Land board game. Captivated by the story of a kidnapped king and eager to help find him, little ones move their gingerbread pawns along a rainbow path and through a land of candy characters, all subjects of King Kandy's realm.

Playing cards thoughtfully designed for non-readers are coded with colorful squares matching the jeweled stepping-stone path or an occasional token matching one of the characters' symbols: draw a blue card, move to the nearest blue stepping-stone; draw a snowflake and earn a visit to Queen Frostine's iceberg. There are occasional pitfalls, too: land on the wrong square and you might be stuck in Molasses Swamp until a red card is drawn. With all these enticing, sugarcoated images (and King Kandy plainly visible at path's end), children can't help but be delighted by Candy Land. It's delicious! Instructions are in both Spanish and English. Candy Land is for two to four players) –Julie Ubben

Customer Reviews

Similar to the game you remember

 on April 25, 2018
By Justin Evans
When looking to buy Candyland for my son I was sad to hear that the newer versions of the game have a spinner rather than cards and that the characters have changed and are overly sexualized. I ended up with this versions and am happy with it. It has cards and while some of the characters are different from what I remember, they are not dressed in lingerie with lollipops over their breasts. My 4 year old lives this game and it’s a great introduction into board games. Taking turns, matching colors, following rules, and sometimes losing are all great skills he is acquiring by playing this game.

Slight changes from what I remember as a kid

 on December 28, 2017
By Ole Miss Rebel 8811
So, this was purchased as a gift for my 4 year old for Christmas. She enjoyed playing it and was very happy with the purchase. It came in pristine condition as was to be expected from a “new” purchase. I only took a star off because Hasbro seems to have altered the game board from what it was 20 something years ago when my sisters and I played with it. Same idea, same game play, just lacks nostalgia (which has no impact on the kids, just us parents). Also, I don’t remember having so many double pieces as it has now, so the game goes by pretty fast.

Fun Way To Teach Colors

 on January 15, 2018
By mincedmedia
I remember Milton-Bradley as the original maker of Candy Land, which it eventually sold to Hasbro. Candy Land is a great way to initiate family game night! It’s fun to play this childhood game with my grandson to help reinforce his color knowledge, too.

The perfect classic game

 on October 4, 2016
By Ashlee Herche
Candy Land is the perfect classic game for the whole family. This game is basic enough for small children and as an adult it is still fun and exciting. It has brought back so many fun memories for me. I am so happy that I can share this fun game with my children. No skill is required and because it’s all about matching colors it’s a very simple game. There is a reason it has been around for so long. Also, the pieces are large enough they aren’t a choking hazard. My 5yr old and I played and my 8mnth old just chewed on the pieces we were not using. It was a win win for all 3 of us!

Great game for little ones

 on October 24, 2017
By K. Dixon
Candy Land is the perfect game for little ones who can’t really use logic or strategy yet, but still want to be able to play a board game. They only need to know their colors and they’re set to go. My grandchildren love playing Candy Land when they come visit. I just bought one to give as a Christmas gift for two younger grandchildren, so they can play it at home, too. It’s definitely a hit in our family.

Perfect gift for kids and fun for the whole family

 on November 26, 2017
By Stephanie
I ordered this for my 5 year old daughter and we had a blast. I enjoyed the optional game play they offer that each turn you pick 2 cards and choose which one you want to use. It not only helped the game go faster if we were in a bit of a rush, but it helped my daughter with developing logic and strategy skills. We played the regular way as well and it is always exciting when someone gets a character card and gets sent across the map. I highly recommend this game.

So fun!

 on June 1, 2018
This game is so fun, no matter what age you are! This comes with instructions just in case you need to remind yourself of the rules or how to play, but it is very straight forward! I personally like to use one of the tops of the boxes and spread out the cards. Once you pick a card, we put it back in the box. This way, everyone could get the best (or the worst) of the cards and it makes it way more fun than just one person getting the “special” candy/dessert cards. LOVE this game and would highly recommend!

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