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Draw Something Party Board Game

by Hasbro

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  • Fun tablet version of the social Draw Something game, based on the hit app
  • Draw on the screen with your finger or the stylus - no drawing experience required
  • Earn coins for guessing the word or for drawing it
  • The first to earn 15 coins wins
  • Includes game drawing tablet, stylus, 180-card deck, card box and game guide
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 12.8 x 8.5 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00D4NJSA8
  • Item model number: A4605
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,919 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

There's no need to be an artist to win this tablet Draw Something game based on the hit app. While one player draws with their finger or the stylus on the light-up screen, everyone else shouts out their guesses at what they're drawing. Whoever guesses the word earns coins along with the drawer, and the harder the word, the more coins you earn. Draw it, guess it and pass it so you can collect 15 coins for the win. Zynga, and its respective logos are trademarks of Zynga Inc. Copyright 2012 Zynga Inc. All rights reserved. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.

Product Description


Draw Something Party

Draw the party together with the unscripted, spontaneous fun of one of the most popular social games from Zynga. The Draw Something Party game has a lightweight, illuminated tablet with click-and-clear technology. This not only provides fast and easy pass-and-play, but there is no paper to waste. Everyone can play at the same time, and enjoy the unpredictable and silly experience of this social party game.

Get ready for some laughs with this hilariously fun Draw Something Party game. Everyone can play at the same time because it's easy to see what's being drawn on the illuminated drawing tablet. The screen has a drawing surface that clears with just a click, and lets you move quickly from one drawing to the next. The timer, sounds and convenient card holder add to the spontaneity and excitement of this social party game. Choose a word on the card to draw, and if a team member shouts out the answer, your team wins coins. But if your team is too slow, the other team can steal and earn the coins. The first team to earn 15 coins wins the game!

You love the app, and now you can play the unpredictable and fun Draw Something Party drawing game. One of the top mobile social games is here for you to enjoy in person, using the illuminated drawing tablet with a built-in timer, and click-and-clear screen. You can play over and over again without the paper mess and clean up. Choose a card, select a word, and then draw your clue with the stylus provided. Your team members shout out guesses until someone guesses correctly, earning your team coins. Just like in the app, harder words are worth more coins.

This Draw Something Party game is hilarious to play no matter how well you draw. It doesn’t matter if you're a skilled artist or prefer to draw stick figures. Just get your team to shout out what you're drawing on the illuminated tablet, and you will score. Then click and clear the screen, and pass it to the other team for more laugh-out-loud fun.

Draw Something Party
Everyone can play at the same time because it's easy to see what's being drawn on the illuminated drawing tablet.
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Draw Something Party
You can play over and over again without the paper mess and clean up.
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Draw Something Party
This Draw Something Party game is hilarious to play no matter how well you draw.
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Draw your friends together.
Draw Something Party
Based on the popular mobile drawing game.
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No drawing experience required.
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Features/Specifications
  • Draw the party together
  • Fun for everyone -- no matter your drawing skills
  • Based on one of the top-selling mobile games
  • Based on Draw Something, the amazingly popular mobile app
  • Click-and-Clear Technology
  • Clear the screen easily with no paper waste or clean-up
  • Convenient card holder
  • Attached to tablet for easy access, card after card
  • Unpredictable drawing fun
  • The social drawing game where everyone plays simultaneously
  • Ages 8 and up
  • For 4 or more players
  • 3 1.5V AA alkaline batteries required (demo batteries included)
  • Includes Drawing Tablet, 100 Cards, Stylus, Card Box and Game Guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It met my expectations because it is sturdy, durable and well made.
K. Dubose
I love that the board holds all the pieces. (pen and cards) The board itself is a bit hard to get the pictures to show up on.
L. Davis
Sure, as a game, it is a lot of fun that the family can enjoy together.
Nice Lady

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Gr8ful VINE VOICE on August 29, 2013
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My family and friends (7 people total) played this game last night (ages 19-52).

The Good: It is a fun game! It has a non-irritating buzzer. We played outside and after it got dark we could still play because it's all lit up :)

The Bad: The cardholder simply doesn't work well (all seven of us had trouble and we eventually just put the cards on the table). The game only comes with 100 cards - we blew through half of them just last night. We were thinking the words should just be part of the game board electronically (like Catch Phrase), and then you could have thousands of word cards on a microchip.

The Frustrating: getting it out of the box is challenging. It's difficult to draw so your teammates can see it without holding it at an awkward angle, which makes it difficult to draw. You can't erase a little mistake without erasing your entire picture. Keeping score is kind of lame... we ended up just getting a sheet of paper and did it the old-fashioned way. There is no storage container for the game and cards.

I know there are a lot of negatives here, but the bottom line is it really is a fun game, the manufacturer just needs to make some improvements technically and mechanically (especially the card holder!)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chel Micheline TOP 100 REVIEWER on October 2, 2013
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It's kind of hard to go from playing "Draw Something" on a smart phone or tablet and then going to this game. Clearly, this is MUCH lower tech- sort of on par with the "interactive board games" of the last ten years. But if you want to play Draw Something with friends and family in a physical setting, this game is a perfect way to do it.

Basics: You can play with as little as two players or by doing team-based play with a whole crowd. This game plays like Pictionary in that you draw a card and draw what is on the card, but the Draw Something twist is that there are three words on the card and you can pick the one you want to draw. As you are drawing, the other players/team tries to guess what you are making an illustration of. You receive coins if you guess correctly, more coins if you guess a harder word- 15 coins wins the game. The game comes with about 150 cards, with three words each. As others have noted, with regular gameplay, the cards get easy to recognize and so gameplay *can* get old if it's the same group of people playing again and again.

Despite the fact it's kind of "old school" technology- I love it. It's so much fun watching people draw and finding out what comes to mind as people recognize objects. It's playable with small kids, too- someone just needs to give them a hand with reading the cards and/or comprehension of some of the words on the cards.

Overall, this is a super fun game that is a new spin on a classic drawing game. Highly recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By IlPrimitivo VINE VOICE on October 6, 2013
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This is an electronic version similar to other sketch games and is aimed for a younger crowd such as families with kids or teen groups. The object of the game is to draw a card, select an item to draw depending on difficulty and point value, and then have folks of either team guess at the item you're drawing. Whomever guesses correctly gets the points for their team and whichever team gets 15 points wins. The drawing surface is a membrane over an illuminated pad that sticks when drawn upon. The area that sticks then is illuminated creating a visual line. On one side of the unit is the Light/Timer button and the other side has a button to un-stick the membrane and erase the previous drawing.

PROs:
Unit is bulky but easy to hold
Requires 3 AA batteries which are included (nice)
Comes with a built in stylus
Comes with a deck of topic cards that fits in the unit and is dispensed one at a time

CONs:
Unit will probably not stand much abuse or a few drops off a table
About 20% of the drawing screen membrane does not hold the lines drawn requiring redrawing or avoiding the edges
Battery compartment requires a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the cover so batteries can be replaced
The packaging was ridiculously complicated and required ripping the package open, cutting pieces of tape, and removing tie-downs

The game was fun to play but does require a group of people to play -- minimum of 4 but I would say at least six to get the right game dynamic going. The recommended point total for the game is 15 and I would agree. Any more and the game could get tedious. The game requires points to be tracked and so a pencil and paper would be handy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nanciejeanne TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 17, 2013
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I really like the idea of the game. There are cards with three different words on them (easy, medium, hard) and the easel. It is a nice modification to have the levels of words, especially for younger kids or emergent readers who may not know what the harder things are or how to draw them.

The easel is very cute. It is like one of those glow magic slates...but with a few lights. AND the back is transparent so it is almost like the artist is drawing on a window. Very cute. I do wish the board had a little stand or feet, as people often hold it like a clipboard, so the back is directed at their knees or floor rather than to the audience.

I would also like there to be little tokens/coins included with the game. The cards have the words with an accompanying coin value, but no coins! The hardest are worth three, medium two, and easiest has one coin. On the reverse side are letters comprising the words (scrambled) so the guessers have a LITTLE help with their guess.

I do understand that this is a team game, but it would be nice if there were more rules for a group of three or four. I have modified it to award the "coins" (I used tokens from another game) to the correct guesser, and one point to the "drawer". (That way no one is encouraged to draw poorly and lose! ha ha!! Most kids don't do this though even without a reward.)

Overall I like it. The board is very cool that everyone can see the drawing at the same time. Also, being that it is backwards, it discourages the artist from writing words on the board (which is kind of cheating...pictures only!) Feel free to make up additional cards or change the rules to suit your group!!!
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