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Ouija, It Glows in the Dark (1998)

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  • The mysterious, mystifying game of Ouija
  • Turn out the lights and ask the Ouija board
  • What you do with the Oracle's answer is up to you
  • Designed for play by 2 players (or more)
  • Fun for ages 8 years and above
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Product Description

It has always been mysterious. It has always been mystifying. And now, it glows in the dark. Just ask it a question and wait to see what answer the Mystifying Oracle will reveal to you. You and a partner sit on opposite sides of the board, with your fingers placed lightly on the message indicator. One of you will ask a question. Now concentrate very hard on the matter at hand - and wait for the indicator to move and begin to reveal the answer through its message window. Will it tell you Yes or No. Will it give you a number or spell out an answer. For centuries, players have brought their questions to the Ouija board. What you do with the information it reveals is between you - and the Mystifying Oracle. Game includes: Ouija board and plastic message indicator. For 2 players.

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If you've seen "The Exorcist" lately, the folks at Parker Brothers would like to extend a heartfelt "Captain Howdy-Ya-Do?" courtesy of their newly luminescent classic Ouija Board equipment. It's the same traditional setup as it was decades ago: the alphabet-and-numbers board with "Yes," "No," and "Good Bye" spelled out in turn-of-the-century mysterious script; the heart-shaped "Message Indicator Oracle" with the readout window; the numerous coy references to Ouija being "only a game--isn't it?" So if this edition seems to comprise a bit more plastic than we remember, the promise of the board and indicator glowing in the dark for half-an-hour (after exposure to lamplight for 10 minutes) more than makes up for it. Of course, in the dark you'll never know for sure whether the person across the board is the one pushing the indicator, now will you? --Tony Mason

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0000524NG
  • Item model number: 00600
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,954 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (461 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

This is a fun game to play.
"joe_cool543"
This is a great product i highly recomend it for people who are new to the ouija experiance and those who just want to experiment.
OnyxEdwards
Ouija Board users: If you don't believe me, ask your "spirits", in the name of Jesus Christ, if they're demons.
A concered person

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

304 of 375 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Mofo on May 22, 2006
Hello there. I've been a collector of Ouija boards for many years. They keep getting smaller and junkier. They used to be almost two feet wide and now they're barely 12 inches. Ouija boards are alive and well, but not the ones made by Parker Brothers. You would be much better off getting a handmade wooden board for just a little more than this cardboard and plastic piece of junk. Just go to Google and search for "wooden ouija board" and find one there. Don't waste your money on Parker Brothers. And, keep in mind that this IS a game. Don't miss out on a fun game because of religion. Greed is a sin too, but Christians can still play Monopoly. You don't have to worship the devil to play with a Ouija board. Silly, silly reviewers. :-)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jenny Jenkins on July 1, 2013
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Truly junk! My nieces and nephews had only heard of a Ouija board and as a kid, I had such fun with my own. The planchette would seem to slide on its own to answer such questions as "Does Mike Maloney really like me?" I owed it to the kids to share the experience, and its chills and thrills.

But this experience is so inferior! The cardboard board does not lie flat and the all-plastic planchette has "feet" that are plastic, too. The original Ouija board felt solid and lay flat, and the felt feet of the planchette meant that it slipped along with the slightest pressure. You couldn't tell if the spirits were sliding it, or your friend next to you was, or your own hopes and wishes were the driving force! You cannot have any such thrilling questions with this set, alas.

Yes, this planchette glows in the dark but that is hardly a technological feat that warrants the price or changes. How much would it actually cost to glue on little felt pads to the planchette? And you would think Parker Brothers would know better than anyone how to create a cardboard board with some substance and the ability to lie flat, and yet this one has a raised middle!

False economy, Parker Bros.! "Who plays board games anymore?" one of the kids asked when I brought out this Ouija board. Yes, who does? And with games like this, why would they want to?
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137 of 185 people found the following review helpful By OAKSHAMAN VINE VOICE on February 5, 2006
I'm surprised that someone didn't think of making a glow-in-the-dark Ouija board long before this one came out. My only complaint is that both the board and the planchette are a bit smaller than standard- if you are comfortable with the standard board then this can definitely be a bit distracting. It will hold a "charge" for approximately 30 minutes. Once again, if you are not used to time limits on your sessions, then this can also prove distracting. My advice is to keep the candles handy.

The talking board is only a tool- neither good nor evil. However, it is a tool far different from divination aids such as the tarot, runes, or the various I Ching methods. With all talking boards you are openly inviting the influence of disembodied entities. Be very careful what you are opening the door to. I wouldn't even consider using it without deep and sincere prayers for protection. Low-level spirits can only influence those who are "vibrating" on the same low level. Examine your motives and your maturity before you experiment here.

To some people tarot cards are just paper, to some this will just be plastic and fiberboard. YOU bring the vital component to the table. It all depends on your sensitivity and connection to the other side.
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119 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on November 1, 2009
I am probably one of the few here who actually has this board and didn't just post to prattle off religious anti-occult diatribe. Shame on you all who did so, this is not the forum to preach and shove your beliefs down peoples throats, there are plenty of other places on the net to do so; and shame on Amazon for not removing such vitriol that doesn't actually review the product!

My main complaint is that its not super durable as a lot of boards out there, because it's basically just cardboard. The glow-in-the-dark aspect of it is very cool, however it only lasts about 30 minutes, so you have a limited window of time. I suggest using this by blacklight or better yet candlelight; you might also want to try keeping your sessions very short if you plan to play with it in complete darkness. The only other gripe I have is that the board is much smaller than they used to be.

I like that it has the classic typeface and design with an added glow-in-the-dark twist, albeit that it doesn't keep its luminescence too long. The price is right for just a cardboard version of a Ouija, since antique and wooden boards can get into a higher range. If you are a collector of talking boards, you might as well add this to your collection at only 20 bucks. Even though it's not as durable as a wooden board, it should be fine so long as you're not using it to rest drinks on. It does have a seal around the corners so its not going to come apart on you with normal or decorative use. The planchette sliders are smooth plastic and not rubber, though not as good as many say felt is for the feet of the planchette, it doesn't hinder movement that I have noticed.

I give it a 5 star rating.
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