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It might not cure acne or give you straight A's, but Loaded Questions Junior makes every kid the life of the party with 200 hilarious questions and no right or wrong answers!
1) Pick a card and read aloud your favorite question.
2) All other players write down their personal answers to the question.
3) After the player to your right collects and reads aloud all the answers, you must match which player wrote which answer. In a four-player game, eight correct matches wins the game. With five to six players, 10 matches wins.
What is the best thing about being short? What always puts a smile on your face? What is something you would never want?
200 Loaded Questions, an answer/score pad, pencils, and rules.
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I have the adult version which is always a big hit at parties and serves as a good icebreaker so I bought the Junior version for my nieces and nephews (ages range from 7 to 17) and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by mltran85
This is the best game to play with kids and/or adults. It's our "go-to" game when we're hanging out as a family or when guests are over. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Heather Simpson
While the premise of the game is solid, the actual play is a bit confusing; I have no idea how this "junior" version compares to the original. Read morePublished 11 months ago by a
The game was not quite what I'd hoped for, better for ages 5-11. Fun questions and definitely more fun with at least four people.Published 12 months ago by Roofenea
This is a fun game for everyone to play together. The kids need to be able to read and write to participate.Published 14 months ago by Jan Hagan
my kids (12 & 14) really enjoyed playing this game. I will say that the more people you have participate, the more fun it is. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sexysmurf
We got this game on a whim, and I've been surprised at how much we have enjoyed it. When we play it, we routinely dissolve into giggles and we also learn things about each other... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sarah Reinhard