Age: 8 years and up

MSRP (CAD): $21.99

MSRP (USD): $19.99

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I like Nowhere To Go because the games are short so you can play lots of games. It's really annoying when the blockers and the men fall through the holes because it's hard to get them out. Some of the blockers are broken but it doesn't affect the game because you can still use them. I'd rather the men be different colours because it's hard to tell which one is which.



i like to think out the strategy as to how to trap the other person and not trap yourself like i accidently did. the game does involve luck, so it can be annoying if you don't like games with some luck. the games are short so you would play a few games at a time. it is pretty fun to play.



I like that the games can be short or long. And even if I think that I am going to loose I can still win if I concentrate and the other person makes a mistake.



It's a fun game. The instructions are good. They explain things well. I like that it doesn't take forever to finish.



I love this game! it's sick! I am not good at chess but I rock at this game! I won every game!


Rebecca Y.


I hate reading instructions, so for the first few times I played, I didn't start off with putting down the initial pieces so the game took a long time and got a bit cumbersome. Now that we're playing it properly, it's a great strategic game that even my 4 year old enjoys playing!

Joyce S.


It's a clever game. After playing the first time, everyone is up to speed on how it works. It's fun, quick and easy to understand.

Marie Lise H.


I love games that make you think. I would get really focused on a complicated scheme and with just 1 move from my kid I would loose the game. Frustrating but fun. The rules are very easy to learn, and the younger kids would have just as much of a chance to win as the older kids.

Marie-Lise H.


I have a hard time putting a 10 on a game that has me losing every time I play. And I do play to win. I am totally surprised that Sébastien ( 10 ) is so good at this. What a smart little creature! Unlike chess I can't really study the game to learn to beat them, drat, that just means I have to rely on luck, and I just don't seem to have any.

Jo M.

A fun game. My 8 year old boy and 6 year old girl enjoy playing. It is a great concept and it really keeps their attention. It is a short game so we usually play a couple times in one sitting. The instructions are well written and the game is easy to learn. The quality of the game is good, but sometimes the blockers will fall off the bridges if the kids are not careful with the board when they are playing.


Manufacturer Description


Where do you turn when there’s nowhere to run?

Trap your opponent in this step-by-step strategy game for two! Addictive fun—you’ll want to play again and again. Includes unique hexagonal game board, 2 playing pieces, and 40 blockers. For 2 players. Grades 3+

How to Play:

1. Each player places his or her spy piece on the starting spaces.

2. Players take turns moving their spy piece as many spaces as they like across any bridges that are not     blocked.

3. Players end their turns by placing a blocker on any bridge.

4. The first player to trap the other spy with blockers wins!

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  • 40 blockers