Product Type: MB Games board games
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Advantages: Clear pictures, durable, fun
Disadvantages: Adult vs child is a little unfair
I used to love playing games when I was little and my Mam put my childhood games in the loft for when I had children, this is one of the games we have started to try with our 5 year old recently.
The game is created by MB games and can still be bought now at around £10, you can also get it in themed versions such as Star Wars and also a travel edition which I also used to have but wouldn't recommend as the cards kept falling out.
The game is meant for two players but myself and my husband play against each other with our 5-year-old daughter helping, we will carry on like this until she has a total grip on the game.
The game consists of 2 plastic boards one red and one blue, there is a slot at the front for the card you select to stand in and then you have got three rows of white plastic flaps which each hold a card with a picture of a different person.
There is a stack of cards each one corresponding to a face that is on the playing board, you have to shuffle the cards and then each player takes a card and not letting their opponent see it you place it at the front of your playing board. You take it in turns to ask questions all of which have to be able to be answered with yes or no such as "is it a man?" or "does it have brown hair?"
You have to flip down the characters depending on the answers that your opponent gives you and then eventually you will be left with one which if you have played correctly should be the same person which is pictured on your opponents cards. The winner is the first person to name the person on their opponent's card.
Sophie really enjoys playing this game but does still need help with it, she can deal with the simple questions such as the sex or the hair colour but struggle more to distinguish things like the nose side. I enjoy playing this game and so does Sophie however I think adults playing against children is slightly unfair as adults can ask better questions to get the answers.
Summary: A great childrens game
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