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  • Get ready for hilarious, high-speed charades with Guesstures.
  • Best Performance trophy included
  • Includes action timer, 378 cards, trophy and instructions
  • When the game's over, will your team have enough points to win the trophy for Best Performance
  • Perfect for family game night!
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001RNAAIG
  • Item model number: 4257
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,223 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
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Get ready for hilarious, high speed charades with Guesstures. Pop four cards into the Action Timer, then set it and start acting fast. The words may look easy, but you only have a few seconds to get your team to guess each one. Did your team guess right?

From the Manufacturer

Get ready for hilarious, high-speed charades with Guesstures. Pop four cards into the Action Timer, then set it and start acting fast. The words may look easy, but you only have a few seconds to get your team to guess each one. Did your team guess right?

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Customer Reviews

It is a very fun and simple game to play.
A. Saephan
Great game to play with family and friends for game night.
Margaret C. Dash
My kids love this game, especially my 10 yr old.
Sushidoll

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By R. Geist on November 11, 2009
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In high school, I played this game with my friends all the time. However, we played the old version. I thought that the other day, I would go and get the game for myself. I was really excited when I got it and my friends and I went and played it that night. It was still a fun game to play and everyone had a good time. However...I was rather disappointed with the difficulty of the cards, the scoring, and the overall quality of the construction of the game. It seems like they tried to save money by making the cards smaller than regular playing cards, and the plastic used for the game was a little flimsier than the old one.

I think that they have geared this game towards younger kids now. By younger, I mean 8 - teens. The things you have to act out are significantly easier to do: Less abstract things, more physical objects. If the things are abstract, they're easy things to act out. Like waking up. Or something smelly. I also didn't like that the scoring in this version. The old one had easy and hard cards, just like this version, but for each card, one clue was worth 1 point the other 2 on the easier card, 3 and 4 points for the hard card. Now the easy card is worth 1 point, the hard 2, for both clues. When my friends and I played, we were doing all hard cards and we were guessing all four of them with plenty of time to spare. Needless to say, it was a really close game. Maybe since we're in college, we're just quicker at guessing the clues?

If you're looking for a game to play with kids, this would be great. I think that the clues are very appropriate for younger people. However, I was hoping for something a little more difficult, with a greater range of scoring for a more competitive game.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By emoKid on September 11, 2009
This version is by Parker Brothers (PB). I believe the original (Guesstures Game) is by Milton Bradly (MB).
The rules are slightly different, as are the cards. I can't find the MB version in any of the stores anymore, so I bought the one by PB. The main difference is the scoring. In the MB version, the cards had 2 words, one was worth more than the other. In the PB version, there are still 2 words, but they are worth the same amount (blue cards are 1 point and red cards are 2 I believe). There is also no place to keep the team's score (except for holding onto the cards, which is why I guess the points are by color instead of the variation like the MB version).

The game is still fun at parties and everything, but I preferred the old cards. The new ones just don't make it as fun and challenging.

So, some good things. The new timer feels a lot sturdier. The old one was flimsy and would start on its own too easily (although my old copy was older than me...). My friends seem more willing to play this version due to the new card setup. You can still try to write on the timer if you want (there's a blank area), but there's no labels and it might not come off... The box is a lot smaller than the old version.

The bad, nothing much except for my unwillingness to change. My biggest upset is the box though. It's hard to get the game open, and if you want to put it back in and keep it looking new in the box, it's hard to pull off as well. The packaging doesn't really effect the play of the game.

This game is awesome. At least one person in your set of friends should own it. If you do play, you can't be timid or afraid. You have to be out going.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Hibbs on February 5, 2010
I purchased this new version of Guesstures, a game that my 30-something friends and I have enjoyed at many parties. I was a little leery of what I was ordering because the packaging has changed from earlier green boxed version. However, I checked several stores websites and it seemed that the only version of Guesstures on the market is this one. So I purchased it. It was a total flop at my party. This game is not challenging for adults. The timer seems to be extended from the earlier version and the words are very easy to act out. I suppose this is fun for the kids, but adults beware. Just stick to the green box.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Mills on December 28, 2013
Why do they always seem to take a great product and ruin it? That's what they've done with this game. The older (1990 Milton Bradley) version was so much fun, for kids and adults alike. We were very disappointed to see that this new Parker Brothers version has been downgraded in several ways:

First, the physical features:
1. The cards are smaller, thinner, and flimsy.
2. The cards are stacked in the box on their sides, rather than vertically. They don't stick out of the box when the box is sitting open. This means it's much harder to remove and replace the cards while playing.
3. The font on the cards is smaller, so it's harder to see the words from a standing position while it's your turn.
4. The game storage box, which is a sturdy box in the old version, now is flimsy and won't hold up.

Now, regarding the game strategy features:
1. They have removed the word-point values on the cards. In the 1990 version, each card has an easier word (1 or 2 points) and a harder word (3 or 4 points). This was a fun and important part of the strategy, when you decided for each card whether to play it safe with the easy word or take a risk and go for a higher score. Now that part of the game has been removed.
2. All the words are easier, so much of the fun is gone. The harder words often result in acting out all kinds of antics to get the point across. This can be hilarious. Now with just the easier words you make a simple gesture or point at something and it's over.

If you've never played the older version, then you'll likely still think this is a fun game, especially for kids. But take my advice, for a much better game, go to ebay and get the 1990 version, which seems to be readily available.

Bottom line: Go to eBay and get the 1990 version!
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