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Pointing Fingers Game

by Hasbro

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  • Hilarious Pointing Fingers game lets you learn more about your friends and family
  • Ask questions like "Have you ever talked your way out of trouble"
  • Guess who's done it the most for the score
  • Point at your choice with your Foam Finger
  • Game includes 6 Foam Fingers, 6 Truth Meters, 100 cards and instructions
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 7.9 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00EDBZ9IA
  • Item model number: A6845
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,923 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Pointing Fingers

How well do you know your family and friends? The hilarious Pointing Fingers game is a fun way to find out. This party game is easy to play and sure to bring on the laughs. Hundreds of hilarious, ridiculous, and off-the-wall questions, giant foam fingers, and truth meters all add up to lots of surprises and loads of fun.


Hundreds of Questions
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Loads of Hilarious Questions

This hilarious game of pointing out who did what comes with hundreds of questions that show how well you really know your friends and family. Have you ever texted on the toilet? Snuck into a movie theater? Ask the group a question, then everyone answers using the truth meters and gets ready to point using the giant green foam fingers. Find out who has ever tied someone’s shoelaces together – or who would swim with sharks!

Giant Green Foam Fingers
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Giant Green Foam Fingers

After a question is read, everyone secretly sets the dial on their truth meter to answer how often they do the activity in the question. Will your answer be "No, Never," "Once," "Sometimes," or "Yes, Always"? Before any answers are revealed, all players point their giant foam finger at the player they think does it the most. Earn points based on the answer of the person you’re pointing at. Points add up quickly, and the first player to reach 21 points wins. As you discover each player's answers, get ready for some unusual and silly explanations!

Customize Your Questions
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Customize the Questions

Throughout the deck you'll find cards with a blank to be filled, so you can add a word and create your own unique and silly question. Feel free to be as outrageous as you want! No matter who you like to play with, this game is so much fun, it will soon become one of your favorites!

Includes

6 foam fingers, 6 truth meters, 100 cards

Highlights

1. Lots of silly, hilarious and unique questions 2. Silly, light-hearted pointing fun 3. Fill-in-the-blanks cards let you create your own outrageous questions 4. Find out hilarious, silly things about your family and friends

Corporate Social Responsibility

Hasbro is committed to being an ethical and responsible company and is a recognized toy industry leader in the areas of product safety, environmental sustainability, ethical sourcing, and philanthropy.

From the Manufacturer

Hasbro is committed to being an ethical and responsible company and is a recognized toy industry leader in the areas of product safety, environmental sustainability, ethical sourcing and philanthropy. For more information about Hasbro’s Corporate Social Responsibility efforts visit www.hasbro.com/csr.

Customer Reviews

If you have a large group of people who know each other pretty well, this is a really fun game to play.
Jesus First
The concept is fine, not really new, but the game play is slightly complicated for what should be a simple game.
Heidi Anne Heiner
I am not sure how often this will get played as I don't see it being fun once you have answered the questions.
taaj

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By NewAgeMama TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 19, 2013
The Pointing Fingers game is perfect for my kids. They love pointing an accusing finger at each other, and now they can without being a narc. Each game comes with six silly foam fingers, six truth meters, and one hundred cards with silly questions like "Have you ever walked in your sleep" or "Did you ever talk your way out of trouble." Each person reads the question and decides just how often they've done this funny thing. Then they answer truthfully on the meter, hiding the answer from the other players. Once this is done, everyone guesses who they think may have done this thing the most, and points the foam finger at them for effect. Whoever has the most correct guesses at the end of the game in the winner.

Pointing Fingers is a fun game for the whole family that encourages you to spend time together and get to know each other better. I even learned a few things I didn't know about my husband. The questions are all innocent and humorous. My kids had a lot of fun playing it with us and are looking forward to trying it out with their friends as well. The box states twelve and up, but my nine year old had no trouble playing this game. Honestly, I think much older than twelve and kids will start to lose interest. My thirteen year old played with us, but it was grudgingly. The nine and eleven year old kids enjoyed it a lot more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Satia Renee VINE VOICE on June 17, 2014
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Pointing Fingers is a fun game for younger players in which you have several cards that ask “Have you ever . . .?” or “Would you ever . . . ?” I played this game with my adult son, two friends, my daughter-in-law, and my granddaughter. We played three rounds of this game and had a good time sharing our stories and learning more about one another. There was some laughter and silliness along with the revelations which is, no doubt, the goal of this game.

It says it’s for ages 12+ but some of the questions, although never outright inappropriate for younger players, are not completely appropriate either. For instance: Have you ever napped at work? Yes, each card comes with three choices so you don’t necessarily have to choose that particular one but this does limit the playing ability of this game. Other questions parents may find inappropriate simply because acts of dishonesty or even theft are part of the have/would questions. I’m not sure I would have wanted to ask my young children if they would pretend to find a bug in their lunch to score a free meal or take something from a “lost and found” that wasn’t theirs. It would feel awkward.

Also, the game would become predictable eventually, especially with the same group of people playing together. Once everyone has shared how they would answer a specific question and shared their stories (the “have you ever” cards lend themselves to this) or explanations (and the “would you ever” cards definitely encourage this), it is inevitable that the same players would know who to point to maximize points and win the game more quickly. For this reason, it won’t be a permanent fixture in your gameboard collection but it’s definitely fun while it lasts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N. S. Michael VINE VOICE on June 16, 2014
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Pointing Fingers, a nominally 3-6 player game, has the structure of one of those ice-breaker games where you're supposed to gather friends and find out just how much you really know about one another.

With foam fingers in hand, point dials in lap, and question cards at the ready, players are supposed to pick the person who fits best whichever generic question is currently on the docket, with scores awarded to the players who pointed at the same person the most.

Let's be frank, here, shall we? The gimmick of the green foam Finger-Pointers is unnecessary and the questions puerile. Maybe the latter rubs me as such because I've become jaded thanks to so many sessions of Cards Against Humanity, but the former complaint still stands. My own prejudices concerning the game aside, there remains the fact that many of the cards feature questions that are just slight variations on each other, leaving doubts as to the creativity of the game designers.

Assembly of the point dials was mostly painless, however the instructions were a bit vague on at least one step (the facing of the spinner), which had to be intuited.

As far as the rules go, I'm a bit disappointed at some of the optional variants... where at least one actively encourages losing players to cheat. I was ESPECIALLY angered by the note that tells players to buy an entire new set so you can expand the game to have 12 players. Really? C'mon, guys. Have a little dignity.

All in all, I was not satisfied by either the concept or the implementation. Pointing Fingers will be forever relegated to the bottom of my board/party game stacks, never to be played again, methinks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TammyJo Eckhart VINE VOICE on May 31, 2014
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This game arrived just in time for me to test play it with a group of six people, the maximum number that can play it. Set up took a little time but was easy to do. The rules were written in a funny fashion and the laughter started with the first out loud reading of them.

Why would a game which is basically a ask questions so you can get to know each other/make fun of each other/ and just plain be silly together have a player limit? There are two game pieces that are limited to six in this box. One of these you need, the answer board that you each use to answer the questions; the other you don't need but using the huge green foam fingers is funny.

My gaming group has some complaints and some praise for this game.

Some players claimed the foam fingers got "hot" and one person's fingers were so small she could insert two easily into the base of her foam finger.

We all agreed that some of the questions were not very well answered by the choices on the answer boards. We had a few disagreements as we played and just had to decide what each stop on the board meant.

It was actually very interesting to listen to each other answer the questions. Our group ranged from couples who had been together for over 20 years to friends of less than a year and we each learned something new. It is true that couples tended to point fingers a bit more and accuse each other of not being truthful but overall it was good natured fun.

We also felt that while we were adults that you could play a mixed age game with this as well just be sure to tone down some of your fill-in-the-blank cards to be appropriate. The most ideal group would probably be girls or boys at a sleepover party where we could all imagine ourselves giggling up a storm playing this game.

Yet even though we were adults, five out of six of us said we'd love to play it again.
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