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- Develop memory and cognitive skills
- For 2 to 4 players
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Neither of the new games quite hit the potential of Bananagrams. Without the predecessor, either of these would have been new, fun and creative.
Pairs is a very fast moving game. The goal is to create two or three two word sets. Ideally, you will have matching "suite" letters (there are four different suites) which increases the point value of the win. The more letters you use, the better the score.
We played several "hands" then moved on to Appleletters in the same evening. All of us (five from age 24 to 52) preferred Appleletters to Pairs in Pears but loved Bananagrams the best. One of the fun things that we didn't do but thought of would be to turn all the tiles face down and play a huge memory game or turn it into a rummy type of game where you collect suits of letters. If you have Pairs, be creative and see what you can come up with. If you haven't purchased Pairs in Pears and are wondering which of the three to buy, Bananagrams is the best in our opinion, but Pairs wouldn't be a waste, especially if you can get a good deal.
The directions that come with this game really need to be improved. Even looking online didn't help us understand what we were supposed to do. After having such difficulty with this game I went online and located the original Bananagrams site. It was created by a large family that loved to play games, loved Anangrams and wanted a game they could easily travel with. There was a passion behind the creation of Bananagrams that is clearly missing in Pairsinpears. Pairsinpears appears to be a quick spin off of Banangrams in an attempt to cash in on a popular market. I have not yet played the apple game, but reviews I've read about it lead me to think the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use these for letter recognition and they are great! comes with 4 patterns and all capital letters. bag is a little tight but still worksPublished 10 days ago by E. Trostle
Absolute rubbish! I was packing the vag for the first use and it rip straight through the bottom.Published 25 days ago by Nichole Middlemass
Fun game/toy for toddlers. We use this to teach our 3 yr old letters, matching, simple words, etc... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mikey
I use all Bananagrams games to teach English as a Foreign Language in Brazil and my students simply love them!!!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Having a great time playing with this game with my three-year-old; oddly, it's become a math game as well in regards to the number of letters we're using on any given word (or set... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Lee
Bought it as a gift to go a long with an entire fruit basket I bought the person. Apple, pear, and banana. Great little game like scrabble.Published 2 months ago by John
My 5yr old and 2yr old both love playing with the letter tiles. It has several different ideas for young ages and for older kids. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tina