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- Meet the Dweebies, these uniquely colorful characters are out to capture your heart, but you must capture them first Round up Dweebies by matching cards on both ends of any row
- 2 to 6 players
- Reinforces matching
- Ages 8 and up
- Playing time: 15 minutes
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Unlike the other Game Wright games, I did not find this game to involve much strategy. It is mainly a game of positioning matching cards on the ends of a string of cards, to collect as many cards as possible. That's it. Of course, there is some minor strategy of blocking other players, but because the play is in two dimensions (only vertical and horizontal), there isn't much suspense.
The game is excellent for pattern recognition, especially for kids who are not yet reading or who cannot process complex rules. The educational value for older kids (kids older than 10, let's say) is not as high as other Game Wright games. It is also not as fast-paced and does not involve as much adrenaline as Wig Out or Chomp. Therefore we find ourselves playing it much less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our children really enjoy this game. It's very simple to play and all the various characters are funny. We've enjoyed it's addition to our family games.Published 2 months ago by Jared Weichert
Been playing this game for years with ages from 4 to 76. Everyone enjoys and looks forward to playing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tobert
Love the artwork, the cards are rather humorous.
Perfect game to play with kids. Quick play. Read more
This is a really nice boardgame. Cards characters are beautifully designed!Published 2 months ago by Tuls
Fast-paced and easy to learn, it was enjoyable for the whole family. We like taking it along on trips; it easily fits into a backpack pocket or suitcase. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JayDubyuh