Game is a great hostess gift. Works better for older kids, as spelling and knowing more words helps. All of my 6th-8th graders love it.
There are only 3 boards for players to guess the word by the "host" of their specific word. The markers rub off on my hands, on the tile, on anything the ink gets close to. Why are there no erasers when you have to use the dry erase marker for literal... Read More
The slightest movement on their board causes the flimsy squares to move out of position. The overall feel of the game is that it was made it as cheaply as possible. All materials included are probably worth less than five bucks.
This game is a staple in our game nights but we always struggle through with the coloring and eye strain. My only critique is that in lower light everyone has a hard time differentiating the red and orange tiles and sometimes the blue and purple tiles... Read More
A favorite request from my 6 & 8 yo grand kids. Even my 9 year old nephew plays it. Also great for any age.
There was no bag to put the tiles into and no instructions on how to play the game. There were misspelled words on the box. There is no space remaining in the bag at the start of the game for the tiles to be shaken.
Instruction manual is not an area a game - especially recently introduced ones - to skimp on. My grandkids are 14, 11 and 7 and they cannot figure out how to play the game. The fun disappears after an hour or so, then you pray for an earthquake.