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Radica 20Q Artificial Intelligence Game - Colors may vary since the item may come in 3 different colors

by Radica
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  • Small spherical game of 20 Questions offers hours of retro fun
  • Old arcade style sound effects and a red light display for its various questions and guesses
  • Answer the ball's questions by pressing buttons for yes, no, sometimes, or don't know
  • Requires two AA batteries (included); note that color may vary
  • Light switch for night or indoor play
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Radica 20Q Artificial Intelligence Game - Colors may vary since the item may come in 3 different colors + 20Q (Colors May Vary) + 20Q Version 3.0 - Blue
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 6 x 8.8 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B0001NE2AK
  • Item model number: I4012
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,468 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (303 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Plenty of hand held electronic games can be fun but it takes a special game to be both entertaining and deeply unsettling. This small spherical game of 20 Questions looks like it rolled right out of 1979 with a retro design, old arcade style sound effects, and a red light display for its various questions and guesses. Game play could not be simpler. Just think of something and then answer the ball's assorted queries by pressing buttons for yes, no, sometimes, or don't know. In our informal test, the ball accurately guessed our selection of giraffe, motorcycle, and sock but came up a little short on buttered toast. Two AA batteries are required and included. --Charlie Williams


Innovative "Artificial Intelligence" game with an exciting new design.

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I can read your mind!

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Customer Reviews

Lots of fun for the whole family.
Betty Gray
It's amazing how accurate this thing can guess when it's only asking you general questions.
A. Duncan
We hooked after our very first try when it guessed - guinea pig!!!!
J. Roberts

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

371 of 377 people found the following review helpful By C. T. Mikesell on September 22, 2004
Radica's 20Q is among the most amazing and enjoyable gadgets I've come across in quite a while. A handheld version of the website 20q.net (try q.20q.net if you have trouble getting online), this little doodad will ask you 20 questions to narrow down what you're thinking of (if its first guess is wrong it will ask another five questions and take a final stab at it). You can answer yes, no, sometimes, or unknown, and it pays to go with your first reaction to the question (Can it be used for recreation? No ... well I guess somebody could, but not usually and they really oughtn't ... so is that sometimes or unknown? Hmmmm). Its success rate is astounding. It's not hard to baffle it if you pick something totally obscure, but I've found it's more fun to lose to the machine than to win. Among the disparate things it's beat me on are: birthday cake, pirate, badger, oven, buffalo, carrot, fan, lion, key and flashlight.

I gave several as gifts before I picked up one for myself (you can only play with one in the store for so long before the clerks start glaring at you), and I expect Santa will be giving away a few this December. My 4-year-old son enjoys playing with 20Q, too - I read off the questions and help him think through the answers (he knew a lion was dangerous right off, we had to discuss whether they're brown or yellow).

My only complaint is that the animated "trash talking" gets old fast and there's no way to turn it off. The many pros of 20Q, however, far outweigh this minor con. The small buttons might be a problem for some people. You can control how fast the text scrolls across the screen (your only defense against the trash talking is to make it go by faster).
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By HSTMO on August 15, 2004
This is quite possibly the best $10 I have ever spent ($10 at Target, so buy it there!) I bought it on a whim and lost myself in it for hours. I then showed it to a bunch of teenagers at my church and they shrieked with delight at its ability to discern what you're thinking. My son and I chose "parachute," "fart," "Frisbee," "telephone pole," "chainsaw" and "bellybutton," to name just a few, and it guessed each one. WILD! It's actually no mind reader -- it merely uses the process of elimination to determine what word you've chosen -- but nevertheless, it's so cool and so fun. Its database is HUGE, so go ahead and try -- just TRY -- to stump it! The only time it goes wrong is when it asks you questions that don't help it out enough. For example, when we chose "soldier," it guessed "pirate" and "monster." LOL! ONE SUGGESTION, Radica: I tried to make 20 Q guess ITSELF, ("Is it ME?") but the closest it got was a GameBoy and a Rubic's Cube. So, Radica, I suggest when you manufacture your next batch, you include the toy itself (20Q) as a solution! I LOVE THIS TOY! I will take it to school (I'm a teacher) and use it as a time filler. It is tooo funny. BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT!
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94 of 112 people found the following review helpful By K. Corn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 8, 2004
We take this to nearly every party we attend, figuring it'll liven things up, if needed...and ti works like a charm everytime, sparking conversations and amazed laughter.

Lets face it - some parties rock, others are just plain dull. People click or they don't, the food is so-so...and you stand there, wondering WHEN you can poiitely leave. But with this toy, you have an automatic conversation starter and there are few people who don't want to try and stump it (most won't succeed). Lat time we used it at a rather staid gathering and before long, people were chattering away, hovering around this gizmo, offering suggestions, "Try this word"...etc.

Kids, of course, love it too...when they get a chance at it.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn D'Amico VINE VOICE on December 6, 2006
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What an amazing little thing. When I realized I only paid $8.00 for the best toy under the tree, I felt a little foolish. It hasn't been stuffed into a stocking yet but has been played over and over again. Not by my 12 year old son who I bought it for but by my 17 year old daughter, her friends, and I must admit, by me. The biggest fascination for me is wondering how they do it. The questions asked don't seem to pertain to your item until the end when it guesses correctly. On 10 items, this baby guessed 9 correct in 20 questions and needed a few extra questions to guess the 10th. The bad part about this "toy" is I had to go out and buy more for some of the older kids on my list. Some being in their 20s I might add. It's just too much fun. It's so nice to see a 2006 Toy of The Year Award that actually earns the title and costs under $10.00. You just can't beat it!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Simplicity on November 16, 2004
20Q is very fun and extremely smart. You think of something for example an object, animal or thing. 20Q will then ask you twenty questions and try to guess what you were thinking of. Good luck trying to stump 20Q, you are seriously going to need it, just when I am thinking that It wont guess what I am thinking of it does! If you are into handheld games and like the game of 20 questions than this game is for you!

The game itself fits in the palm of your hand and comes in different colors. What is nice about this game is that you can change the speed that the questions scroll across the screen. Also, the questions are easily read in the dark. You also have the option of turning off the sound too. This game is great for just passing the time or in the car too!
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