It's time for the annual ghost race in Roller Ghoster, with players racing to climb to the top of the ruined mansion first! But, beware; the guests inside the house will roll objects at you and the other players.
From Schmidt's Drei Magier line, Roller Ghoster teaches children risk management by using a mechanic similar to Fireball Island. Players can choose the inside track as they race to the top, which is longer but much safer from flying objects. Or, players choose the outside track which is a faster path to the top - but a much heavier risk of being hit by a flying object and returning them to the start.
Each roll, players twist the top of the tower releasing marbles that fly down the mansion toward the players ghost meeples as they try to climb to the top. Will you choose the safe and slow path, or trade speed for a risk of collision?