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Whether played alone or together with friends, 4 TRAVELLERS can teach you new words in Spanish.

The game is suitable for both young and old, and no previous knowledge is necessary. The more you play, the more your Spanish vocabulary increases. You can also play and learn with the game's unique learning mode. The game is perfect to bring on your trip, with more than 240 carefully selected words included specifically for this occasion.

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Posted by Desiree Turner

Demasiado aburrido para las palabras

Playing board games on a long trip is hard when the pieces tend to go flying at every pothole. Agenius Interactive's 4 TRAVELLERS – Play Spanish, however, promises travel-friendly fun for all ages as you learn over 240 different words in Spanish. By...

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User Comments (1)



Kyloctopus said:

British dude you and I don't need it. Only Americans do if there were 4 Travellers play French, then I might get it because some day I either want to go to France or Quebec

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