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- Puts your consumer knowledge to the test
- Great fun for the whole family
- 400 game cards provide hours of play
- Can be played with single players or teams for ages 12 and up
- Includes: 400 Game Cards, 6 Mover Pieces, 1 Game Board, 1 Instruction Sheet
- Great pop-culture fun for the whole family
- 400 game cards
- Recommended for ages 12+
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Put your consumer knowledge to the test with the Logo Board Game, a fun and simple question game that anyone aged 12 and up can enjoy. Requiring two to six players, the objective of Logo is to answer questions correctly about popular brands and logos, which then advances game pieces along the spiral game board. With its diverse categories and challenging questions, the Logo Board Game entertains the entire family with fun facts about your favorite companies.
Family-Friendly Game Tests Your Knowledge of Popular Brands
The board game comes with 400 cards, each featuring multiple questions or a single image. The cards range in type from pictures to themes and pot luck, and feature categories such as generic names that were once brands and celebrity endorsers. And since almost everyone is exposed to consumer advertising, the entire family, young and old, can participate in the fun.
A Game with a Simple Concept
Playing Logo is easy. The question master draws the first card from the box and asks the first (purple) question to the player on his or her left. If the player answers correctly, that player moves his or her game piece to the first purple space on the board.
The same steps are repeated for each color-coded question answered correctly. Questions become more challenging as the question master moves down the list on the card. And when a question is answered incorrectly, the next player has the opportunity to answer the same question.
This board game comes with everything you'll need to play. Groups of two to six players can play individually or in teams, asking and answering questions about popular products, symbols, and slogans without any complicated setup or rules.
Move Into the Winning Zone
When a player correctly answers a question near the winning zone and there are no spaces left on the path that match the question's color, the player moves into the winning zone. Once a player has entered the winning zone, on their turn they must correctly answer either two consecutive questions or a red question to win.
Nostalgic Fun Offers Wide Appeal
This board game not only tests your knowledge of contemporary brands, but also revisits products and advertisements long since vanished. Older adults will appreciate the nostalgic jingles and slogans, while younger people will enjoy the questions pertaining to contemporary companies and retailers.
What's in the Box
Logo game board, 400 question cards, 6 game pieces, and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
- Diverse range of questions, good for kids and adults. Ages 12+ is probably correct, but anybody who's watched their share of television will be able to answer several questions correctly. The "theme cards" and "picture cards" also throw in some surprises so it's not completely repetitive.
- Great for groups. The way the questions are designed, every player has an opportunity to answer a question even if it isn't their turn. If a question is answered incorrectly, it goes on to the next player, and so on unless no one can answer it. This is a clever way to keep a large group involved even while it isn't their turn.
- Questions over modern companies, too. Prepared to be quizzed over Blackberry smartphones (What do the letters BBM stand for?--BlackBerry Messenger) (The BlackBerry Storm was their first to offer this interactive feature--A touchscreen display). iPhone, Bing, Amazon.com, Google and plenty of others are also included.
- Easy game play. This is going to be on my list of cons, too, but depending on what you're looking for, this simple board setup could certainly be an advantage. It is all very straight forward - there's not even a dice. You answer a question, you move up. There's no pieces of pie or any real challenge with the board like Trivia Pursuit.
- Best with at least 4 players. Like most trivia games, the larger the group the better, but especially with LOGO.Read more ›
The gameplay is simple, and they've devised a way to play with only using cards and the board, so no die required. The board is a path made up of 4 colors that the instructions say are in 'random' order. And even though the random order would never pass any randomness tests, it makes for game play that moves along.
The cards are the best part. Each card is usually dedicated to a different brand, so you could just thumb through the cards and pick your favorite brands by the pictures on the faces of the cards.
And, you'll probably wonder, since playing this is really similar to watching a couple hours of commercials, "Shouldn't they be paying me to play this game?"
+Tons of trivia about tons of different companies
+You can play without dice, so this will last a lot longer than most board games
+Both easy and hard trivia questions, so people don't feel too stupid
+Even if you are really bad at trivia, this game will only take about an hour to play (15 minutes if you're awesome)
-All the standard cons that go along with a trivia game. It makes the smart people feel smarter, and the dumb people feel dumber. I'm pretty dumb at trivia, so it was nice to play a trivia game and only feel mildly dumb.
I'm not saying that it's not a fun game. We played several rounds and the questions ranged from incredibly easy to some quite difficult. You get a lot of "oh ya" moments which can make for good times.
The gameplay is quite simple. When it's your turn, you get 4 questions read to you, one at a time. If you answer the first one (the easiest on the card) correct, you get to move to the corresponding color of that question on the board. Then you move to the second question, which is a little harder, and if you answer that one correct, you move to that color. This continues until you get through all 4 questions and then your turn is over. If you answer a question incorrectly, the question is then asked to the person on your right, if they get it correct, then they take over the turn and get the next question on the card, if they answer incorrectly, then it passes to the next person. The colors on the board are random, so if you get lucky, you can make up a lot of ground in just one card. The questions on each card are themed, usually relating to a product, such as breakfast cereals, or a brand, such as BMW. Some of the cards use pictures for the questions, but the majority are just text questions to be read aloud.
There are quiet a few cards in the deck and even after several games, there were plenty of unused cards (the game comes with 400 cards). A game like this though would probably not have a lot of replay value once you get through the deck.Read more ›
I highly recommend this game to anyone out there that has family game night (with older kids) or game night with friends.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of my favorite board games. The concept is simple: but the cards are difficult. Wracking your brain to remember that one ad, or to try and decide which product is being... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This is a LONG game, but it's very fun with a good mix of easy and tricky questions (for a group of twenty somethings playing).Published 26 days ago by Steffen
Fun family game, but really more for adults with the level of questions being asked. We have a great time with it. Our ages are 24-73 and there are questions for all of us.Published 28 days ago by musicwife