Train of Thought
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- 2-7 players, 30 minute playtime, ages 10+
- Party word game where the words never get old
- Every player is playing on every turn
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* It takes less than 5 minutes to learn.
* If you can read, you can play it.
* It's a ton of fun.
* Everybody is playing all the time. No waiting for the other people or team to do their turn. Everyone is always in the game, all the time.
* No special skills involved. Obscure trivia? Acting? Drawing? Whistling? Spelling? Not here. Even the vocabulary requirements are not too bad. We've played with people whose primary language is not English, and at worst they just draw a new card if they don't know a word, and they do pretty well with the guessing.
* The cards never get "old." Unlike trivia games and other guessing games (or especially CD or DVD-based games), where a repeat card can give an experienced player an instant advantage, the way clues are built in this game mean that target words are fresh every time.
* It's cheap and portable -- no giant board, fancy pawns, CDs, DVDs, props, etc. The game consists of a stack of cards, a die, and a timer, and you're good to go. You can take it anywhere (work, family trips, camping).
* It's fast! The official "twice around the table" approach only takes about 20 minutes once people know what they're doing. But if you wanted to quit after each person had had a turn, no problem. Or if you want to quit sooner than that and don't care that not everyone had a turn at being the leader, just count up cards won, and you're done. I can't believe I ever sat through 3-hour games of Pictionary.
How does it work? One player (the "conductor") draws one card as a starting card, and rolls the die to see which of the 6 words to use (e.g. "Rabbit"). Then draws another card as the secret target card (e.g. "Taxi").Read more ›
I am associated with the publisher, so my opinion may sound biased - but if it weren't true, I wouldn't have suggested that Tasty Minstrel publish it, would I have? If you like word games, do yourself a favor and give Train of Thought a try!
This game has you roll a die, the number on the die dictates your starting word on a card shown to all players and your ending word on a hidden card in your hand. You then give a 3-word clue using the starting word on your visible card as one of the 3 words. Then each other player makes a one-word guess. You then give another 3-word clue using one of the one-word guesses made by the other players as one of the 3 words and continue in this fashion until someone guesses the ending word in your hand.
Like I said, this happens to me all the time and I enjoy the word play. This is a fun little party game for me but definitely not one for everyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best game ever!!! Great in groups, and good for training your brainPublished 3 days ago by Alia Chua
Game is tricky for my group to play without cheating inadvertently. Quite a few people have given two word clues just tacking on the word on card that you must use in clue.Published 18 months ago by Bryan M McElroy
I use this game all the time for my Jr. High and High school kids in language therapy. It works language memory, word retrieval, and processing all at once.Published on April 14, 2013 by Sarah in Idaho
Train of Thought isn't bad, but sitting on a shelf next to Hasbro Electronic Catch Phrase, it will rarely be picked. Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by MN2LA