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Quelf Jr Board Game


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  • Get ready for a hilarious, unpredictable family game night, as Quelf Jr brings the multi-award winning game to younger players
  • Quelf Jr is the game of totally silly, nonsensical fun that is super easy to play
  • Use your creativity and imagination to answer crazy questions and perform silly stunts
  • But watch out if you draw a Mr SourFace, the cranky old man who will slow you down, while Ms Goody Dumdrops will help move you ahead
  • It is a race to the finish in the game with only one rule: Obey the card Made for 2-6 players ages 6+ Game night or any night will never be the same
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 3.5 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00421AGOS
  • Item model number: 20042857
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 10 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,635 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

Quelf Jr is the unpredictable game that gives RANDOM a new name. Just like the hilarious adult version, players use their creativity and imagination to answer crazy questions and perform silly stunts. It’s as simple as picking up a card and doing what it tells you to do. Can you say this sentence 3X fast? “I’ll take six salty scoops of super slurpy soup.” But watch out. Mr. Sourface, the cranky old man will slow you down. The good news: Ms. Goody Gumdrops will help you move ahead. The first player to make it to the finish space wins the game. Play the totally silly, nonsensical game of Quelf Jr….the game that constantly challenges players to create a fun and spontaneous atmosphere.

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Customer Reviews

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Would recommend as a fun family or kids game.
J. Miller
The game is very easy to play and can be very fun as well coming up with very simple activities for your little ones to do.
Amy Willingham
The "to do" cards are a nice mix of fun or silly questions and fun or silly things to do or act out.
L. Marrott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Monique VINE VOICE on September 13, 2011
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I wasn't sure how well this game would work out since it's rated for ages 6-10 and my girls are 5 and 7. Well, the verdict is that they really enjoyed it!

My 7 year old happily read the cards for the 5 year old when it was her turn. Although my 5 year old couldn't read the cards, she listenend intently to her sister then followed the instructions. We've played this game several times in the last week weeks and the girls have even played without me.

The cards each have a task ranging from moving forward or backward a few spaces like a regular board game, to the person performing funny, silly things like counting "x" # of green vegetables, or completing a specific task before the timer runs out.

There are regular Qeulf Jr. cards which keep the play in forward motion and Mr. Sourface cards which usually require you to go back a few spaces or have your turn skipped. Although moving backwards solicited a few groans from the girls, they still eagerly kept up with the game. I'd we spent about 25 or 30 minutes playing the game until someone won.

I enjoyed the game because it kept my girls laughing, it kept their attention, they were counting, reading, and generally, having a good time. The girls liked it for the silliness and the competition to win.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By ut158 TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 22, 2011
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Game play goes like this: Everyone chooses a piece and puts it on the start section of the board. The first player draws a card for the pile. It may ask them to do some stunt ("Dance around while singing Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. You must not laugh. Do this until the timer runs out") or answer a question or list off some set of data ("Name 5 characters from a book you like"). If they do it correctly, they move ahead the number of spaces indicated on the card. These are the good cards because you move forward. There are also bad cards ("Mr. Sour Lemon Face") that make you move backward ("Mr Sourface says he doesn't like ______. Move backward 2 spaces."). There are 2 spots on the board that allow you to draw from a separate pile--"Ms. Goody Gumdrops"--and they are a free bonus ("Bow and say something nice about the person on your right, then move ahead 3 spaces the next time someone else moves 3 spaces").

I think there are way too many "Mr Sour Lemon Face" cards and that makes the game take too long. That's an easy thing to fix, though--simply remove some of these cards before game play.

Personally, I think this game is a little on the painful side, but it is meant for smaller kids and my kids like it, as do their cousins (age range is 3 to 10). Note that reading is required, so if you have small kids, someone will have to read the cards to them.

The marker pieces are the kind where you have a piece of "cardboard" that you stick into a little plastic holder. My experience tells me these will wear out after not too much time, but you can still use it.

I'm not sure how to rate the toy--the kids like it (not love it, but like it) but I don't and so I don't want to play it with them. They would probably rate it 4 stars, I'd be more inclined to give it 2, so we'll settle on 3.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Siegler TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 15, 2011
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Another review here called this "Cranium meets Candyland". An interesting metaphor.

The game is quite odd, but that shouldn't be a huge surprise with a name like "Quelf". It's a kids game technically, but you can have fun with it no matter what your age. Basically, the Candyland metaphor is fine. It's a path you have to follow and drawing cards. Only here the cards make you do goofy things. Like jumping up and down and singing for like 40 seconds or something along those lines.

Not a serious brainpower game, but a light game for families to play together, especially with younger kids. I wouldn't recommend it for a group that has NO kids in it, unless of course you've had a few beers beforehand. :)

Seriously, an enjoyable game for adults to play with kids.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Active mom on January 4, 2012
Bought this game on a whim for my daughter for Christmas. The reviews were great/good and they were correct. The whole family can play this one and enjoy it. We have a 4-yr-old and a 7-yr-old and it's hard to find games they both can play and enjoy. THIS IS IT! We laughed and laughed. Another great quality is that it did not create a competitive spirit to win, win, win. We were having too much fun to worry much about winning. Most games at our home end up in fights over who wins and who loses. The only negative I can find is that it does take a long time to finish. We've never finished the game actually, but what's great is no one cares. We all have fun and that's what counts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CandysRaves (and Rants) VINE VOICE on December 21, 2011
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I have three children: daughter (8), son (11), and husband (39). When I joined them the other day for a game of Quelf Jr. I really didn't expect it to be much fun for me as an adult. Well, I was wrong! This game had us all laughing and giggling nearly the entire time.

The game itself is really easy to play: You perform actions and move either forward or backward on the board. Sometimes you'll get a "Mr. Sour Face" card, which happened a lot near the end of the game for us, and you'll have to go back several spaces.

My daughter was the perfect age to enjoy this game, my son maybe a little too old. However, we all had a great time as a family! What other game has you making your toes have a conversation or swimming the backstroke in the middle of the floor?
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