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- 5 - two sided color illustrations (over 900 objects!)
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- The game of twenty questions for early readers (ages 5+)
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Top Customer Reviews
Overall, my 6 year old liked this game ok. He will pick it up for maybe 10-15 minutes at a time, and then won't use it again for a few weeks, and then will briefly pick it up again. He got this for christmas last year (around 8 months ago) and (although used infrequently) the batteries still work.
We have been able to stump the game probably about a third of the time. If you think of a more generic item like "football", the game will likely guess your item. If you think of something specific, like "pokemon", the game will have no idea what you are referring to. It was hard to explain that to my son at first because he kept thinking really specific and was stumping the game each time -- which he found no fun.
The game is easy to use, even for younger kids. I'd say even as young as a 4-5 year old could play it with reading help from a grown up. To play, you think of an item and press start. The game starts asking yes/no questions to help identify what you are thinking of...questions like "are you thinking of an animal?", "can the animal run fast?". There is even an "I don't know" button that you can press to skip and ask a different question.
Overall, it's not a bad game. It's a nice novelty idea for a stocking stuffer. But I wouldn't pay too much for it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought the original of 20Q years ago. It was so fun and almost always right. I got this for my son's 7th birthday. It never guesses what he's thinking. Such a disappointment.Published 3 months ago by Anitra Cottrell
This is not a bad product. The kids have fun playing with it, but it is not correct 75% of the time. Kind of takes the fun out of it when it cannot guess correctly.Published on January 26, 2014 by Jodi krusely
I thought that he would love this, but showed no interest in it. As an intelligent child, I was dismayed that he didn't care for it.Published on June 18, 2013 by Lauderdale Camp
Just right for my 10-year-old grandson, his young and hip uncles were trying to get it away from him so they could play with it. Read morePublished on November 4, 2010 by Mary A. Earhart