Got it! Spot it! Grab it! Unleash your creativity... In under a minute you must describe the picture card in your hand for everybody to guess. Mime, Pose or use Words to get them all thinking.
Comparing your description to a host of possible cards on the table, it's a frantic race to first spot and then to grab the right picture. Instantly engaging, it's an entertaining family game that will simultaneously appeal to both young and old alike.
I bought this game, not because it looked like fun, but because it was reduced to clear and thus a third of its original price, given how much use the game has now had, I'm glad that we own this. In the box is one set of large cards, which each have two pictures on them, flip them over and there are another two pictures. These are all colour coded, one side is red and yellow, the other blue and green. These correspond to the two small decks of cards, which have matching pictures, pick which set you want to do this time around and make sure the matching side is face-up for the big cards (handy hint, make sure you have plenty of space!).
The aim is to be the first to grab the card that the current player is hinting at, made slightly harder by the fact that they can choose which of the two pictures they wish to have you guessing. The back of each card will have one of three symbols, and depending on which is showing on the next card in play, decides if you are describing the image, posing (and then freezing in the post, but you are allowed to make sounds) or miming it out. What's great about this game, is that because it could be one of three ways of giving clues and everyone is so different, your hints and clues are going to differ each time that you play, so you're not going to get bored of it.
This is a fun family game that gets everybody involved, I'd happily recommend it.
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The classic game of Ludo, with all your friends from Dora the Explorer... and the fun of the Press-o-Matic dice unit thrown in.
A family game for all the family, aged 4 and up.
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