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Computer Gaming World (CGW) (Sep, 1998)
SORRY is clearly intended for kids. The cute animation allows your pawns to morph into different shapes as they move around the board. If you’re about to kick someone back to the start, your pawn might turn into a spade and bash your opponent into the ground: if your pawn makes it home, he might curl up in bed and go to sleep. While younger gamers will enjoy this upbeat adaptation of the board game, adults should stick with classics like SCRABBLE or MONOPOLY.
Gamezilla (Aug 04, 1998)
I really enjoyed this game and spent many happy hours playing against the computer, my husband, and complete strangers out on the Internet. It’s a wonderful extension of the classic game.
GameSpot (May 02, 2000)
As with Monopoly, Scrabble, Risk, and Battleship, Hasbro Interactive has successfully ported the venerable game of Sorry! to the computerized medium, reacquainting a legion of hard-core and casual gamers with an old, if sometimes forgotten, friend.