Only downside is the box isn't so sturdy, but that's no big deal. Had a great time teaching my six year old grandson. Easy instructions. This one folds up to 1/4 the total size.
Came with malformed pawn. There is no way this would have lasted more than a week.
Cheap, game board flimsy but still playable. The board has scuff marks on the playing side, which looks like a printing error. Not sturdy, not fun.
Codenames makes for a great gift, and at its relatively low price is an easy recommendation to make in growing your board game collection. The components are quality, the ability to play anywhere that had a solid and stable surface to hold the cards i... Read More
There are a lot of party games out there that diminish or get overwhelming with the more people you add to the game. This is a great party game for 6 to 8 people, when you don't want to play a serious board. This game includes household basics, some n... Read More
This one is a very slow playing game that feels like time drags on. The box is 90% air with no organizer to keep the couple game components that are in the game in place. To those who are getting the game with missing pieces or cards punched out, it i... Read More
It's fairly easy to come up with clues for more than one picture tile, however it's almost impossible to do so without also implicating your opponents tiles. The instructions are one of the worst i've experienced. The spy code aspect seems unnecessary... Read More