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Sort It Out Family Game


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  • The Game Where You Put Things In Order
  • Can You Sort Out Which Is Faster ? A Cheetah A Helicopter Or A Steam Train?
  • How About Which Animals Brain Weighs More ? A Cat A Giraffe A Baboon
  • Great Family Game Where Guessing Is Half The Fun
  • In Sort It Out Youll Find Out
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.8 x 15.8 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001SOQI3A
  • Item model number: 1026
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,832 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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Bob Moog and Cris Lehman founded University Games in 1985. The company has added many divisions and broadened our scope a lot since then, but the University Games' products remain true to the standards set more than 24 years ago. Our games are easy to learn. Start playing in five minutes. Our games keep all players involved, even when it's not their turn. Our games are different every time you play. Our games combine luck and skill, so every player has a chance to win. Our games make learning fun. Creative gameplay and quality components are our standard, but that's not all we offer. From prestigious educational licenses like Brain Quest and Eric Carle to exciting entertainment licenses with Big Brain Academy Nintendo Software, LEGO construction toys, the Worst-Case Scenario book series and Anti-Monopoly, we've got original ways to have fun. So spend time with us and you can have a great time with the family, get to know the neighbors or even learn how to read. The Game Where You Put Things in Order Can you sort out which is faster – a cheetah, a helicopter or a steam train? How about which animal’s brain weighs more – a cat, a giraffe, a baboon, a kangaroo or a cow? In Sort It Out, you’ll find out. Great family game, where guessing is half the fun. Easy to demo in-store

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The Fun Family Game Where Players Put Things in Order.

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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By M. Fortunato on September 23, 2009
I recently bought this game to switch things up for our couples game nights. We usually play Cranium or Taboo and this game will definitely be added to the permanent rotation.

It's such a simple concept but so much fun! You get a list of things and then have to put them in the correct order to move ahead on the board. Everyone plays on every turn so there's no sitting around and waiting for the other team to go which is really nice. The topics are really varied so no one is really at an advantage. It's the only game I can think of where if you don't know the answer and you have to guess it's still really fun, because then you find out all of these interesting facts, like how much an elephant's daily poop weighs. (Seriously, that was in one of the questions!!!)

The game is really fun for all types of different personalities and we've only played it once so far, but it seems like it would be hard to have someone get really competitive or be a bad sport about not knowing the answers. I definitely recommend it for families and dinner parties.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Anderson on October 17, 2010
Our family loves to play board games. Our children are 14 and 10. In the game, each player puts a list of items in the an order such as high to low or large to small. Questions are things like the year various items were invented, how many eggs certain insect lay, or population of different states. The answers are very entertaining. Also, the questions aren't especially long and everyone answers each question so it keeps the game moving and everyone is involved rather than waiting for other players to take their turn. Extra people can play. Just give them paper and pencil and use coins or other small items for game pieces.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ragtop36 on December 23, 2011
It started out fun. Our family was playing along, having a good time. Then we came across a card that was obviously wrong - Sort these cars by the year they were first manufactured: Fort Pinto, Chevrolet Camaro, Honda Civic, Ford Mustang, Toyota Camry. The answer listed on the card was Mustang '64, Pinto '70, Civic '73, Camaro '67, Camry '83, which is incorrect. The answer should've been Mustang, Camaro, Pinto, Civic, Camry. We chocked it up to a misprint at the factory and kept playing. We played a couple more rounds then came across this card: Sort these medical break-throughs that originated in America by the year in which they happened - contraceptive pill (female), iron lung respirator, freeze-thaw IVF artificial heart valves, bionic ear implant. The answer given were: artificial heart valves (1952 Charles Hufnagel), contraceptive pill (female) (1960 Gregory Pincus & John Rock), iron lung respirator (1961 Phillip Drinker), bionic ear implant (1978 Graeme Clark), freeze-thaw IVF (1983 Carl Wood and team). The problem is Phillip Drinker and Louis Agassiz invented the iron lung in 1927. This made us question just how many other cards were wrong so we decided to stop playing the game and won't play it again.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lefty Mom on December 28, 2010
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I bought this game for my family (kids ages 10-14). After playing the game once, we found the questions, or topics, you are asked to sort out, or put in order are quite difficult. It lost some of its fun quality because we didn't feel like we had a chance to get them right. Often it was just random guessing. I also thought the cardboard tally board where you put your answers was a little chintzy. I think I will have trouble getting them to give it another try.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Lipp on January 28, 2010
The first night we opened this game, my family, friends, and I played at least a half-dozen fast-paced rounds of this unique, simple but clever game! Each round was won by a different person! Fast to comprehend, and even your guesses at answers are fun. Some fascinating tidbits as well.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Oatman on September 24, 2009
I played Sort it Out! at a dessert party, and even though the pie was ready in the kitchen, no one would leave the living room until the game was completely over. This game is great for gatherings, dinner parties, family holidays, and birthdays. It has just the right combination of interaction and competition and no one is the clear winner until the very end.

Sort it Out! begins with a simple premise but becomes addictive and challenging as the game proceeds. As players put lists of things in order, such as events in the 60's, speed of animals, or number of Oscars won by certain actresses, it becomes clear how easy it is to mess up entirely because of one wrong guess. That said, people of all different levels have a chance at success because there's always a good dose of luck involved. The balance of logic, knowledge, and guessing makes each turn dynamic and often surprising.

This game is the antidote to trivia games that test obscure knowledge and are often inaccessible to all levels. While there are definitely obscure questions within Sort it Out!, the need to sequence things makes it a whole different ball game than simply coming up with an answer on your own. Also, every player plays every turn and never has a boring pause between turns. Because it is tricky to get every single list correct, every player has a good chance at earning points at the beginning of every round. Sometimes, players win points out of pure luck. Depending on their position on the board game, players can also move back if they get incorrect answers.

I recommend Sort it Out! because it is quirky, competative in a fun way, challenging, and inclusive. No one feels out of their league, and yet many of the questions were very tricky.
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