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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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While Quelf Jr. is definitely a kid's game, the whole family can play have a great time.
I think you'll agree that this is a fun and creative game that doesn't go over kids heads like many unusual games that have come out recently.
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.
This game is no where near as exciting as the adult version which I absolutely love, but for my nine and eleven year olds its perfect! Read morePublished 20 days ago by Fantastical9
This is a Christmas gift for my granddaughter, She is enjoying it, hence, my review is a good one. Also it was a good price at Amazon, the best on-line store.Published 2 months ago by R. Mart
My niece really wanted to play Quelf with her older brothers (8 yrs old) but it was a little hard for her. We gave her this game and she has enjoyed playing it.Published 2 months ago by SUDS
As described. Very creative. Family oriented and fun. Easy to set up and learn. My daughters only request for Christmas.Published 3 months ago by Prauners4
This is a great game for family fun. Everyone will love it!! We have had lots of laughs, grandparents, parents and the kids.Published 3 months ago by bierwagen
such a fun family game that makes us laugh. MAKES YOUR BELLY SHAKE LIKE A BOWL FULL OF JELLY JUST LIKE sANTAPublished 4 months ago by Kelli.Ulrich
We have so much fun playing it with the entire family, even the non reading children have fun performing the silly stunts.Published 6 months ago by Marilyn
This is such a silly game for kids. My 7 and 8 year old enjoy playing this with grandma and grandpa. What kid wouldn't like to see an adult act a fool. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Toy Room
Quelf Jr. kept the youngsters and the adults involved and focused on the game. We had an afternoon without IPods, computers or TV. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lilly Langtry