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- Ages 8 and up; 3-6 players; 45-60 minutes
- 110 Cluzzle Cards, 6 Colors of Clay, 6 Sculpting Boards
- 1 Centerboard, 12 Question Tokens, 200 Guess Sheets
- 6 Pencils, 96 Bills, 1 Sand Timer
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I played with a group of 20-somethings, but after a game or five, I'm convinced any age group that wouldn't eat the clay would enjoy it.
We had a blast. Playing with clay is fun, guessing is fun, and the nature of abstract sculptures and 20-questions led to laughter all around. Everyone gets their moment in the sun with this one: each artist is lauded, laughed, and put comfortably on the spot to answer for their creation.
As others have said, the play is thus:
1. Grab a card with lots of STUFF written on it. Pick one thing, and make something of clay that will hopefully lead others to guess said thing in three rounds or less
2. Two-minute Q & A period filled with much head-scratching and laughter. "yes or no" questions are asked of sculptors in any order. In my version, each person could ask up to four questions if you can only get them in quickly enough.
3. 30-second guessing round: write down your guesses for each sculpture that isn't yours!
4. Reveal, score, and laugh at guesses
5. Repeat 2-4 twice more.
The catch, of course, is that your sculpture is worth more points if it's guessed later in the game, but none at all if no one can guess it!
I love that everyone can play, and the play is fast and fun. We're cutthroat in strategy games, but used the timers as guidelines and stretched the allowed answers to the yes-and-no questions. I couldn't have made a better $[...] investment in fun.
I'll note that our clay was in fact dried out, but this wasn't a surprise or a disappointment to me.Read more ›
The North Star website put a page up that offers suggestions, such as adding a single drop of water at a time and kneading the moisture into the clay or placing it in a damp paper towel overnight. Needless to say, most people won't want to spend an evening mositening clay. Hitting an all time low of desperation, I even attempted to microwave the stuff! (FYI - doesn't work...).
But there is hope! After researching "Play Doh" prices online, I decided to contact North Star myself - despite "chodgkin's" negative experience. To my surprise, I was greeted by the nicest customer service guy I ever met! He apologized profusely and sent out replacement clay within a few days! I was extremely impressed with North Star's fast service and recommend contacting them with any problems with their games.
With that out of the way, the game itself is loads of fun! With uninhibited creativty, the possibilties are endless; you can make the game as simple or complex as you'd like. All ages are able to enjoy.Read more ›
The scoring system in Cluzzle evens the playing ground for even the most diverse group. Rather than rewarding the player with the best fine motor skills, Cluzzle rewards sculptural ambiguity (or those who are merely average at sculpting) and adroit questioning. The earlier one's sculpture is guessed, the fewer points one scores for it. But be careful because an unguessed sculpture won't get you any points either!
In terms of educational value, there are several ways Cluzzle really forces kids (and adults) to think. Try sculpting "love" or "charity" with a tiny lump of clay....not as easy as you would think, eh? :) Now try figuring out what that other player's lump of clay is supposed to be. Also, you have to be careful with how you word your questions to each other, lest you give away your train of thought! I think there is enough in this game to keep children fully engaged, while adults can explore some of the more strategic elements in the game.
Parents who have quieter, shyer, artistic children take note: Cluzzle, if played correctly, should give your kids room to shine! The various mechanisms built into the game force assertive children to sit back and let everyone have a fair chance. Also, it gives younger kids a chance to gain recognition when their sculptures are correctly identified.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this game back in October 2013 and then I went out of the country for a while. After I got back the holidays were in progress and I didn't open the Cluzzle Game Amazon... Read morePublished on January 12, 2014 by BettyBoop
My rating is lowered based on receiving a defective product, not the game itself. We played this at a friend's house and loved it, so ordered our own copy through Amazon. Read morePublished on November 20, 2012 by Amazon Customer
My Child recieved this game for Christmas from the Cancer society (2011) .... upon opening the game she was horrified! Read morePublished on December 29, 2011 by AB
PROS: This game is LOT of fun. We played it with my kids and grandkids and we all had a great time--lots of laughter.
CONS: HARD, UNUSABLE CLAY. Read more
Didn't really like this game. Sounded good, but it was pretty lame. We made up our own rules but then donated to charity.Published on May 11, 2011 by Seeley Gal
Bought this game this summer for a family reunion, but it did not arrive on time.
So, we just opened it last night to play, and ALL of the different color clay portions that... Read more
GREAT Game for children 9 & up and adults - our grandchildren (9 & 11) are always anxious to come over to Grans & Gramps to play - the game really works everyone's imagination, and... Read morePublished on June 2, 2009 by A.J. Coach
While the premise of this product is fine, the box that I received contained clay that had hardened into colorful hockey pucks - useless for its intended purpose. Read morePublished on May 8, 2009 by ulvifaareklaere
The game came on time and I thought it would be fun, but the clay was so hard that after my husband and I added water to the clay as the instructions said to, we just had a mess,... Read morePublished on January 27, 2009 by Sonia M. Glines