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Snorta Party Card Game


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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 2.5 x 4.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000301PJ2
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,481 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Snorta is the fun party game that has people everywhere making noise. Each player chooses the sound of a typical farm animal and then the fun begins. As players quickly flip over the different animal cards, tongue-tied players stumble and stutter to blurt out the barnyard sounds of the other players. For 4 to 8 players.

Customer Reviews

Really fun, and great for Memory too!
Kris
Whomever loses the "blurting" match, then picks up all of their cards, as well as all of the dropped cards from the winner.
Bill
Amazingly, the game was still full of laughter and fun.
T. Genry

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Bill on July 19, 2006
This game seems silly and childish at first glance but is actually much more fun and challenging than you would think...for players of any age.

The setup is very simple. Each person gets an animal figure and hides it in a little plastic barn in front of them. Your animal is only revealed at the beginning of the game and is hidden the rest of the time. Then the deck of animal cards is dealt out completely to all players.

The gameplay is very similar to a multiplayer version of Slap Jack. You flip cards down on the table one at a time, and when the picture on your card matches that of another person, you blurt out the sound of that person's hidden animal. This is where the misconception of the simplicity of the game starts. It is not as easy as it seems. With multiple players, you must remember everyone's animal. Not only that, but you have to keep your eyes on all of the other animal cards that are being flipped down...So for example, you have a cow in your barn, you match with a pair of frogs with the person who has a snake in their barn. Then your mind begins a scramble of sorting through all of the different information very quickly. The faster the game goes the more fun it is. Whomever loses the "blurting" match, then picks up all of their cards, as well as all of the dropped cards from the winner. The first to drop all of their cards wins. The game actually gets more and more complicated with each passing game. Seeing as the person who had a Mouse in the last game may have a Sheep in the next and a Pig in the one after that.

Overall the game becomes a fun time of people laughing and blurting out random noises...often times that are just nonsensical jibberish as you scramble to make the right noise first.

This game is very versatile.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jean Mitchell on August 11, 2007
This has become the current family joke now - my sister, upon learning the rules, said "Well, that sounds really easy." Boy was she wrong! Somehow, despite the fact that it SHOULD have been easy, it's a lot harder than it sounds. Everytime I tried to blurt out someone else's sound it came out "Quack!", no matter what animal I was trying for. There was the mock argument over whether you could count "Boo" for "Moo" assuming the cow had a cold. And the gibberish that spilled out of everyone's mouths got funnier and funnier. We played it with all adults and laughed till tears were running. And yet, since there is no reading involved, children (over the age of swallowing small objects) could easily play this too.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Northern Gal on June 20, 2008
Three adults - we bought the game before realizing it needed a minimum of 4 players. The smartest adult came up with a way to play with three, and it's probably even wilder than the normal way with four or more players. Instead of taking only one animal each, we each took 2 animals. When cards are matched, the players w/ matching cards have to yell TWO animal sounds instead of one. That's hard enough, but when the "Swap Card" comes up & a player swaps one animal for another, oh my gosh. By the end of the game, we could hardly talk. Nonsense gets blurted out loudly while trying to remember the two animal sounds & put them together quickly. It's hilarious & I recommend trying the two animals if you want a real challenge and some laughing fits. Highly recommend - very versatile, simple, nothing expires or gets memorized quickly.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Genry on December 30, 2006
We received this game for Christmas and played it that day. Our family has never laughed so hard during a game in our lives. Later that day we had an "adults only" game with 8 adults. Amazingly, the game was still full of laughter and fun. Some of the adults complained that their stomachs were hurting from all of the laughter! We will play this game at all get togethers from now on!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amy_B on June 10, 2007
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I can't even begin to say how great this game is. I just played it again today with my mom (63 year old) and my neices and nephews (ages 10 - 15). This game was so fun we were laughing so hard we were crying. The faster you flip the cards the harder we laughed. The game is so much fun. I have also played this game with my kindergarten class. Instead of having the animals in their barns I have the students place their animals outside of the barn. It may seem like it is too easy but for 5 and 6 year olds it can still be hard to remember exactually what to do and what animal says what. The students have a lot of fun with the game. It make a great learning center (I make sure I play with them).

I would recommend the game for children and adults too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William R. Wagner on January 5, 2008
I bought this game for my fourth grade class. They loved it at first sight. It is attractive, fun, and somewhat creative. It is good for short term memory building, muli-tasking, matching, and building social skills. This game involves visual and auditory processing skills. I appreciate a game that is well organized for putting away- everything has a place.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kris on December 5, 2006
This game is awesome! We play it all the time and whenever our girls griends come over, they want to play too! You have to remember who has what animal in the barn in front of them and when you flip the cards and match, you have to guess what is in the other person's barn. The first person to guess gets to give all of their cards in the discard stack to the other person, the goal is to get rid of all of your cards. Really fun, and great for Memory too!
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