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Fundex Games One Word
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- Designed for quick and easy game play
- Includes five score markers, timer, category cards and instructions
- Age recommended 8 and above
- Fully detailed instructions
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The game is called One Word because every answer is one word to two clues. For example: "A kind of corn." "A genre of music." The answer is "pop". Don't be fooled by the example I just gave you because they aren't all that easy; which is one of the problems with the game. It's a team game and each team has to rotate through readers just like so many other games; not a problem. The reader draws a card and has to read the five clues on the card in an undefined amount of time (two problems I will mention shortly). The reader can skip the more difficult clues BUT... he is not allowed to go back to them. The opposing team has no opportunity to steal.
Now, I will mention each of the issues we had with this game starting with the most minor annoyances to the most tragic part of this game.
1.) A minor issue but it caught our attention: the picture on the box. The picture shows a small group, supposedly having fun, when it looks like a picture was taken of some random people have a chat. Our idea of a fun gathering is unbridled excitement, not some socialites at a cocktail party.
2.) The lack of a box for the clue cards. Why would this be an issue you may ask. Well, with the cards just in a stack on the table, the moment the reader draws the top card the card below it is visible with the clues and the answers.Read more ›