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CHOKING HAZARD -- Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Creative and outrageous fun for the whole family. View larger.
Clues change, evolve, and stretch as each player adds to the scrolls. View larger.
From there, all players must write, draw, and interpret what they see on the card for each timed round. Figure out which picture leads to your original card, or get voted as having the funniest caption or image to gain points. The results are almost always hilarious and the game is wonderfully addictive.
A Built-In Element of Surprise
Thanks to the Scribble Scrolls, players will have to rely on their imaginations to win. Scribblish allows each person only one clue--either a caption or an image--to create the text or image to match what's on the card.
Much like in the childhood game of Telephone, clues change, evolve, and stretch further from their original captions as the players interpret what they see. You'll be surprised at how easy it is to turn this into that!
Two Ways to Win
You don't have to be Picasso to win this drawing game. Players can claim victory by correctly guessing which final image comes from their original card, or by being voted as having the best drawing or caption. Because each picture or comment is done by a different person, each player has an even chance of figuring out which scroll is theirs.
Players can reward the clowns and artists in the group by placing tokens next to the caption or image they like best.
What's in the Box
60 Scribblish cards, timer, six Scribble Scrolls, tablet of playing sheets, six-sided die, 12 tokens, and instruction booklet.
We play this game with the whole family. Started my daughter on it when she was five. It was great practice for her handwriting and spelling - it still is at age 10.Published 6 days ago by Ann M Sutphen
We loved this game! We had so much fun over the holidays playing it!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
this game was not user friendly. the area to draw on was small and hard to roll up paper. we preferred telestrations for a drawing game.Published 3 months ago by jennifer black
Unbelievably fun. Great party game, especially if you're friends with a bunch of perverts.Published 3 months ago by Tom Stopsign
This is the second game I have found with a misleading choking hazard. It says children can suffocate on uninflated balloons, however there are no balloons in this game. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lindsay
Always a laugh and not too complicated. We like this as it works with all ages.Published 5 months ago by A. Pache