Pit (1903) – Accessibility Teardown
by Michael Heron on 06/07/2019 in Accessibility Teardown, Board Game Accessibility
Table of Contents
- Version Reviewed
- Colour Blindness
- Visual Accessibility
- Cognitive Accessibility
- Emotional Accessibility
- Physical Accessibility
- Socioeconomic Accessibility
- Intersectional Accessibility
Meeple Like Us
Player Count (recommended)
Edgar Cayce, Harry Gavitt and George S. Parker
6/2/2019 – Added in a great point from Darryl Shpak in the intersectional accessibility section.
Hasbro English edition 2018
A review copy of Pit was provided by Amazon Vine in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Pit isn’t so much a game as it is an excuse for people to get together and have a good ol’ shout. Sometimes that’s all that’s need to have fun – to provide people a reason to do something they can’t normally do in real life and just pretend there’s a reason to keep score. We gave Pit three and a half stars in our review – not a great game but it does permit you to have great experiences and that can be enough.
Plus it’s a game with a frickin’ bell you get [...]