Who's In The Bag Reviews
Product Type: Paul Lamond board games
Description:Manufacturer: Paul Lamond Games / Age: 8+ / A form of verbal charades, the idea is to help your team mates identify as ... more
Newest Review: ... characters to others who need to guess the name. Each set is comprised of a series of named cards, a drawstring bag, a timer ... more
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Customer Who's In The Bag Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/04/08, updated on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 346 readings)
So how would you describe David Beckham if you couldn't say his name? The former England football captain? He's married to Victoria? He's gorgeous? Well I guess it all depends on what you know about something and what you think about them, but that's what 'Who's in the Bag' is all about. The aim is to describe all the people who are in the bag (and there are many) without actually saying their names! If you've ever watched They Think It's all Over, it's very much like the final round on that but not just restricted to sportsmen! Let me explain a little bit more. The game comprises of a rather lush looking deep blue drawstring bag. Actually, I have to keep this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09, updated on 13/01/09 (Useful, 62 readings)
After receiving this present as a Christmas gift to the family, we decided to break it out after our big Christmas meal. In the box you get a bag with a multitude of cards that have 3 things to describe on them, and a 2 minute timer. The game is best played in teams, and the aim of the game is to correctly guess one item from each card, for as many cards as possible within a two minute time limit. On the card themselves the top item is the hardest with the difficulty being reduce for the other two. The bottom choice is actualy for children, which we ended up using most of the time! Now when describing the person all you can't do is say their name, or obviously ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10, updated on 03/02/10 (Useful, 126 readings)
This game is simple to play and fun for older children and adults alike. The aim of the game is to name as many people (which are stated on the cards) before the time runs out! It reminds me of the game show 'Give us a clue' and the name game! Players describe characters to others who need to guess the name. Each set is comprised of a series of named cards, a drawstring bag, a timer and a set of instructions. The timer is sturdy, however I found the cards to be quite flimsy. Each set also includes some blank discs so you can add your own favourite characters. This is particularly useful if you want to play with younger children or to include current people ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09 (Useful, 44 readings)
Who's in the Bag is a game with a simple concept. Similar to games such as charades, it's essentially a guessing game in which you need to identify as many famous figures as possible against the clock. Inside the bag are a huge number of cards each with three famous figures on, a hard one, a middle one and one that kids will know (these are usually the best), meaning it's a great game for all ages. You have a 2 minute timer, and each person takes a turn as giving clues including actions, words and drawings in order to aid the rest of their team in guessing who the famous figure on the card is. This game is best played in two teams of around five people. ... Read the complete review
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