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  • Bubble Talk - The hilarious photo-caption board game for friends and family.
  • Match funny pictures with funnier captions. Learn to play in less than a minute!
  • Perfect for parties, family game nights, and for travel.

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.5 x 8 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003LL8XMM
  • Item model number: 0900
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,293 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Bubble Talk is a new fast-paced family board game that asks players to match hilarious captions with funny pictures. A game that is as much fun if you are 8 or 80, the game begins when each player draws seven random caption cards. The judge for that round draws a picture card and players must quickly try to match the funniest caption they have to the picture. The player who makes the judge laugh the most wins that round. Each round provides comical, clever and creative results, guaranteed to keep everyone in the group laughing. Perfect for a small group of three or as many as eight players, each game includes 150 picture cards (4”x 6”) and 300 hilarious caption cards that allow for hours of game play.

From the Manufacturer

Bubble Talk is a multi-award winning, fast-paced family board game that asks players to match hilarious captions with funny pictures. A game that is as much fun if you are 8 or 80, the game begins when each player draws seven random caption cards. The judge for that round draws a picture card and players must quickly try to match the funniest caption they have to the picture. The player who makes the judge laugh the most wins that round! Each round provides comical, clever and creative results, guaranteed to keep everyone in the group laughing. Perfect for a small group of three or as many as eight players, each game includes 150 picture cards (4”x 6”) and 300 hilarious caption cards that allow for hours of game play.

Customer Reviews

A fun game that's simple to learn and play.
Michael Ceciliani
Overall, a really great game that can be fun for family or friends!
C. Corlis
Pictures were very funny and comments just made everyone laugh.
mhochmut

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ceciliani on October 22, 2010
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A friend of mine who's roomed with me at gaming conventions e-mailed this game to me and said it would go great with the other party games I have. I saw all the five-star ratings it got here and ordered it through Amazon. It got delivered quickly. I took it to a Game Meetup group the day I got it in the mail. It was a SMASH HIT.

The game plays very much like Apples to Apples and The T-shirt Game. A picture is passed around and everyone submits one of their seven captions that they think best goes with the picture. The judge chooses the caption he/she likes best and the person who submitted that caption gets the picture. The first one to get five pictures wins. Everyone takes turns being the judge, so it's never the same judge twice in a row.

A fun game that's simple to learn and play. All ages can play and it provides laughs. Plus there's no questions involved. It's been a hit everywhere I've brought it. One guy asked where I got it so he could get it. If you're looking for the next great party game, here it is. Get it and play it. You'll be glad you did.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 17, 2010
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This is a great game with a cleaver combination of predetermined statements and great quality pictures. The basic game play, a picture card is placed for all to see, each person selects the funniest "bubble talk" card out of the 7 in their hand and places it face down. A "judge" reads the cards aloud and selects the funniest, the winner of that round. First player with five winning cards wins the game.
We have played with family ages 3-65 and groups of friends. Great developmental game for the 3 yr old, necessitates quick reading for the 8 yr old and is just fun for the rest of us. With friends the "bubble talk" cars can often have double meanings, thus the game can become anything from dirty to down right odd. A quick whit can work wonders matching the bubble talk statements to the quite often hilarious pictures.
One nice addition to the game would be blank cards on which a player can write their own statement. Each player should have one for each round.
We recommend this game for families, teens and pre-teens.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LT on October 30, 2010
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This is an excellent game! I love Apples to Apples but this is fresher and more fun. It was a huge hit at a recent dinner party (adults in 30s and 40s). The captions are clever and we laughed often. I'm about to buy this game for my 14-y-o niece ... it's definitely appropriate for kids through adults!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on September 28, 2010
Had a housewarming and didn't know what to buy. Saw this game and the recommendations so decided to give it a try. Ended up being a great success! Not only was it easy to play, it was also accommodating for a big group. We ended up playing multiple rounds and had fun for hours. I got to know people I hadn't previously and it was a great way to break the ice. I highly recommend it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sasha Takis on February 24, 2012
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I laughed so hard my guts and head ached. I was wheezing and needing oxygen. So much fun!

I played this with 2 different groups of kids as a creative writing kind of exercise. No one in either group wanted to stop playing. They loved it!

I only wish the cards were thicker and more durable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Corlis on January 16, 2011
Anyone who plays games will have to make the comparison to Apples to Apples, but in my opinion Bubble Talk is the better game. The pictures give something wacky, silly or adorable to laugh over even before the game round starts.

Full Disclosure: I run a game Meetup, and was sent a free copy of this game to review. I am not in any way affiliated with the designers, publishers, or anyone else who had a hand in creating the game.

I have played this game twice now. Once with my family and once with my regular gaming group. It was a hit both times. The family loved the ease of play and the different variety of pictures available to caption. My regular gaming group, normally more strategy-game oriented, also loved it for the wacky combos that can arise, and some of the variants.

Essentially, one person flips over a card with a photo on it, usually either something funny or some adorable animal in a wacky situation. The other players have a hand of cards with quotes on them, and must choose the one they believe the "judge" player will find the funniest. They are randomized and turned over, and whoever has their answer chosen wins that card and a point. Very easy to play, with no right or wrong answers. The magic is in the zany things you can match to what you see. A woman pulling a dog by a leash? Maybe your "I'm not going back to jail!" would be the ideal comment for it!

Some variants include trying to guess who placed each caption card down, timed variants, and one house rule my group created - when playing with 4 players, each turns in two cards to make for more rapid cycling of hands.

The only negative I have about this game is the limited number of photographs available.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Athena J Simpson on January 26, 2011
I belong to a local board game club and we were given a copy of this game ans asked to review it. This is the forth or fifth time we've been asked to do this, and usually it is a chore. We'll play them once or twice and usually have several long lists of flaws. This is the first game where that was not the case. Not only has it gotten the obligatory 1-2 plays, but it is now requested as a light favorite for getting to know new members. It's just as fun as Apples to Apples, but much less intimidating (I know who could be intimidated by Apples to Apples, but believe me some people are) to people who are new to board games. The only problem we occasionally ran into was that you might have a handful of very situational bubbles. We solved this by creating a variant were everyone puts in two cards instead of one, so you can cycle your hand faster. Nice, light game that can be enjoyed by both heavy gamers, and their families (who let's face it often aren't interested in our games).
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