The monkey part the kids seem to enjoy, although it really did not seem to make them sink much faster. Even though it's not perfect, my son enjoys it. It’s a fun game that can be enjoyed by the entire family, including the youngest ones. Heck my 5 yea... Read More
Set up is relatively easy, but takes a minute to set the stage and add the crossbars and then the quicksand as the topping. Only minor complaint is that the designs don't necessarily press into the sand legibly, which makes the initial setup at the st... Read More
Once the whole apparatus is together, it feels pretty sturdy. Worth the cost, in my opinion.
The game incorporates kinetic sand. It has a similar play to the classic kerplunk game, but is actually a bit more interesting because of the unknown factor of not being able to see what is going on underneath the kinetic sand.
Players take turns pulling out colored sticks kerplunk style until pieces start dropping through the sand. The roll of the dice gives it some randomness, but there is also a bit of strategy in choosing which stick to pull.
Facts in five and skattergories have so much strategic game play involved that we regard those really as aimed at the realm of hard-core gamers among our friends. This game is so cleverly designed that adults could really play at a much more competiti... Read More
Both my husband and i were entertained. My wife and i are part of a family that has enjoyed playing games for several generations from cards and board games to croquet and bocce.
Unlike shouty category games this one constrains your answers to the 3 letter-cards in your hand. Some trivia icons are almost two squids for example.
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