Collect your own color necklace, bracelet, ring and earrings. But, beware of the black RING! If you get it, you must get rid of it before you can win. When you have all of your jewelry plus the crown, you win the game! Then you'll be as pretty as a princess.
Ages: 5 & up
How to Play:
Pretty Pretty Princess is a delightful dress-up game for kids. Each player spins the spinner to see who moves first, and then play continues clockwise. On each turn players spin the spinner to advance around the gameboard while attempting to collect a complete set of jewelry by landing on spaces associated with each piece. The game ends when one player has a complete set of jewelry in their chosen color, plus the crown.
Pretty Pretty Princess does not require reading or complex counting skills, and contains no electronics or mechanical components. The jewelry pieces are sized so that children of appropriate age can actually wear them as the game progresses, encouraging imaginative play.
History of Pretty Pretty Princess
Pretty Pretty Princess was invented in 1989 by Elizabeth Pacza, a designer at Chicago-based content creator Meyer/Glass Design, Ltd. The game was released in 1990 by Western Publishing. Hasbro acquired the game in 1994 as part of its purchase of the games unit of Western Publishing. Hasbro marketed the game for many years under the Milton Bradley brand.
In 2018 Winning Moves Games USA licensed the property from Hasbro and is currently the sole publisher of this classic game.