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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Think fast! What word means "a partially dried grape"? Be the first to say "raisin," and you're on your way to winning this riotous game of rapid word recall. Players take turns reading clues aloud, competing to blurt out the correct answer first and move ahead on the board. The first person or team to circle the board wins. Sounds simple, right? But as the race for the right word heats up, and the blurting gets boisterous, it's easy to get tongue-tied! Blurt is a great vocabulary builder for kids, a hilarious addition to adult parties, and a must for family game night. Includes junior version for ages 7+. For 3 to 12 players.
Be the first player or team to move your game piece around the path and back to the start space. Players or teams earn the right to move their game piece by being the first to blurt out a word after hearing its definition or “clue.”
Who is it for? Anyone who likes fast-paced word games with a twist! Blurt is perfect for parties (up to 8 players can play at once) or family game night and is recommended for ages 7 to adult.
For Tim Walsh, Blurt! was born of necessity — an on-the-spot invention to keep the kids in his future wife’s classroom engaged. Tim opened up the dictionary and called out definitions; the kids enthusiastically “blurted” out their answers. Now a worldwide sensation, Blurt! combines the perfect amount of speed and competitiveness to make it addictive for kids and adults alike!
This tongue-twisting game will have players racking their brains for words.
There's no penalty for blurting our wrong answers, so things can get crazy in a hurry. Whoever guesses the correct answer first gets to move his or her token forward. The first player to make a complete circle around the colorful jumbo game board wins!
Get the Whole Family Laughing
One of the best features of Blurt is its all-inclusive game play. While some of the clues such as "the decision made at the end of a trial" will seem obvious to adults, over-confident guessers may find themselves bested by a quick-witted youngster half their age. And for those clues that seem too tough for a seven-year-old, the flip side of each card offers easier clues designed specifically for kids.
Junior Version Builds Vocabulary
Groups of kids ages seven to nine will love playing the Junior Version of Blurt (additional instructions included). In this version, players write down their guesses rather than blurting them. Every clue offers the opportunity to learn a new vocabulary word, and extra points are awarded for correct spelling!
Raise the Stakes with Advanced Play Options
The instruction manual includes a number of variations on the standard rules of game play that can level the playing field or raise the stakes. For added excitement, players can stipulate that whomever lands on a square that matches the color of his or her own game piece can challenge another player to a one-on-one showdown.
Alternatively, a variation called "Name that Word" allows players to bid on the number of words in which they think they can identify the correct answer. In this way, a fairly easy clue can become extremely difficult. With a total of 1800 clues and many different ways to play, Blurt is sure to become an old standby for large parties or family game nights.
What's in the Box
Blurt jumbo game board, 300 cards with 1800 clues at two playing levels, six game pieces, and die.
With 1,800 clues, the game will be sure to boost and develop vocabulary.
Move your token along the board with right guesses. The first player to make a complete circle wins!
My nieces and nephew under ten really like this. We played this during winter break and they rather play this than their I-PAD and game consoles. Read morePublished 3 days ago by KS
Looks like it will be lots of fun to play with grandchildrenPublished 19 days ago by Margaret M. Porter
We bought this for our 2nd grade granddaughter. She said they play this at school.Published 19 days ago by Tess
My 5yr old and 10 yr old really like playing this together. It's a bit advanced for the 5yr old but she will grow into itPublished 21 days ago by vanessa
This game is great for building vocabulary and practicing listening skills. Kids hear a definition and have to try to blurt out the word before someone else does. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Denise H
I added this game to my therapy with students, and they enjoyed it. It's fun and a good learning experience at the same time.Published 1 month ago by Renee