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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Cheese Touch Game

3.8 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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  • For 3 to 6 players
  • For ages 8 and up
  • Contents: Game board, 6 movers, game cards, card box, cheese piece, game die, rules
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Move your game piece and, depending on where you land, you'll be playing in different categories. Correct answers to questions move you closer to finish, but wrong answers can give you the cheese! Try to get rid of it as fast as you can! For 3 to 4 players ages 7+.

From the Manufacturer

Move your mover – either Greg, Rowley, Fregley, Rodrick, Holly Hills or Manny – around the game board. Depending on where you end up, you’ll be playing different categories. In Who Said What – all players will secretly write down an answer to a question like – if you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be. Go through the answers and try to guess who said what. Correct answers move you closer to finish. But wrong answers can give you the cheese. Try to get rid of it as fast as you can.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.5 x 2.8 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Origin China
ASIN B0038O6YRI
Item model number 3450-04
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #24,130 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#960 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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3.8 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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We bought this game for our family of 4. It claims to be 3 or more players, but it has to be played with at least 4 people, and even that doesn't seem like enough people. It requires the players to write their answers on paper, and then guess who wrote them. In our family, it is OBVIOUS who wrote what, so it took some of the fun out of guessing. You have to act out some "LY" words too, which were EXTREMELY hard for not only the kiddos, but for us parents too. (Words like "painfully", "cowardly", carelessly"...) The concept of the game is fun, but actually playing it is difficult. You have to keep the directions close by so you can reference what to do for each card. Still is a bit confusing even with the directions being read at every turn. We have loved the books and the movie, so this game really caught our attention. If I could have peeked inside the box before I purchased it, I could have saved myself some money by not buying it.
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Just bought the game and played it for the first time with the family. The players' ages were 9, 11, 13, 33, and 38. We had a lot of fun. Highly recommend this game for family to play together and for older kids to play by themselves. Not good for younger kids to play on their own though. Some of the rules are hard to remember at first but then you get used to it. Need blank pieces of paper for each player to write down answers though.

Worth the money!
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By Kim B. on March 13, 2015
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Cheap. This is not your classic board game material. The "board" is made of a sheet of plastic and the cards are like those you'd find in a cracker-jack box. I would have returned it, but it was a gift for Xmas and we took too long to sit down and attempt to play. The tin that it comes in is nice, but the size of the box is for a set of dominos (4x6).
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Now we have seen the movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but haven't read the books. I don't think it matters if you have done either as the game is still fun and classic board game style. You have to guess whose answers are whose and he questions really get your group laughing and talking. I will say I wasn't able to fully play this game yet because my boys are too young (recommended 8 and up) and it really would be more fun with 4 or more players. You do have to write down your answers which can then be obvious who wrote them by the style of writing, which I wasn't a big fan of. There are also four different types of cards to choose from and it takes awhile to get used to what you need to do for each card. This would be a great family game though and especially perfect for any Diary of a Wimpy Kid fan!
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This is SUCH a fun and different game to add to your collection for Family Game Night! Kids need to be able to read/write fluently to play this game so I suggest it for ages 8 and up. To me, it's sort of a cross between Balderdash and Apples to Apples, but is definitely unique and nothing I have ever played before. We laugh so hard playing this as a family, and it it has been put into our regular game night rotation. It really doesn't have much to do with the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, other than the branding on the box and game board. It's just a fun game to get to know your family better and to have some fun!
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My son loves the book, but the game just isn't fun. The rules are complicated and tough to follow without constantly referring to them and the "do it like this" cards are impossible. Ever try to act out "jokingly"?

You need a lot of slips of paper, so that also interrupts game play. The board is really small and it's made to look dirty, which doesn't exactly give a great impression. Turns are slow and the rules on moving around the board are vague. It's possible to end up winning the game while everyone else just sits around.

It's also kind of a drawback that you have to play with at least three people, and with three it's really too easy. Four or five is what you really need, and even then, it would still have the same issues.
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Wow, what a major disappointment; did they do any focus groups with this game? The rules are beyond convoluted and game play is nearly impossible. Jeff Kinney should be ashamed to have his name associated with this garbage product. This was a gift for my 8 year old who is a big fan of the books and movies (we even went to a local speaker series hosted by Jeff Kinney), but this game seems incredibly rushed (almost an after thought) which is a shame...I don't make board games for a living but I'm fairly confident I could come up with some coherent rules and a better game that doesn't tarnish the brand with about 20 minutes of thought. Congrats Pressman Toys and Jeff, hope you made some good coin on this game because you're guaranteed to lose future business as a result.
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I got it for a youngster because I enjoyed that particular episode of the TV show. Her family played it on Christmas, and they seemed to enjoy it a lot. It got pretty raucous. Not sure how to play, but you answer silly questions and move around the board. I'll see if the family still likes it months from now. If they do, I'll raise my rating to five stars.
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