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The Greatest Day Ever Game

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  • A fun, original matching game that kids...and parents...will love!
  • Includes 'The Greatest Day Ever' Book.
  • From the makers of the bestselling Loaded Questions games.
  • Will be THE birthday gift you'll give every kid turning 4, 5, 6 or 7!
  • Made in the USA
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Product Description

The Greatest Day Ever Game
The Greatest Day Ever! Game
The Greatest Day Ever Game
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The Greatest Day Ever Game
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The Greatest Day Ever! Game

Hang out with 20 amazing friends, indulge in 20 spectacular presents and cruise around the world's coolest neighborhood in this exciting and unforgettable matching game that brings to life THE GREATEST DAY EVER for any kid.

The Greatest Day Ever game was created by parents. This game has simple rules and is the perfect game for kids and parents. The game also enhances identification, memory, organization, and matching skills. Quick, fun, and different every time, you'll play again and again.

Imagine a day full of laughter and play. If you play your cards right, today could be your day. All around town at all the cool place, with presents-a-plenty and fun, friendly faces!"

Features:

Gameboard, 40 playing cards, 15 Friends cards, 15 Presents cards, game pieces, one oversized die, eight card holders, one Great Book, and rules.

  • A fun, original matching game that kids...and parents...will love!
  • Includes 'The Greatest Day Ever' Book
  • Made in the USA
  • Ages 5+
  • 2 to 4 players

From the Manufacturer

The Greatest Day Ever Game is a creative and original kids matching game (that parents will also love) from the makers of Loaded Questions and Awkward Family Photos. From the carnival to the toy store to a big beach party, find your friends and presents as you race around the coolest board ever enjoying the greatest day ever in this original and unforgettable matching game.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004W281XA
  • Item model number: 20201
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,610 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
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I research most big purchases before settling on something, but I honestly spent as much time researching which board games to buy my four year old daughter for Christmas because since she's an only child and I'm a stay-at-home mom--I'M the one who's going to be playing with her. I swear I've had rounds of Chutes and Ladders that lasted longer than Monopoly and were considerably more mind-numbing. So when I read the reviews and purchased this game, I crossed my fingers and prayed to the gods of fun... and they did not let me down!

A break-down of the game itself: Each person gets one large "friends" card with four different people on it, and one large "presents" card with four items it. Each player is dealt five cards with either people or gifts on them (these and the large cards are kept private). The goal is to get all five of ones cards to match characters/things on the large cards. On each turn the player rolls a die and moves to one of four different types of spaces: pick (you pick a card from the deck in the middle), dig (you dig through the discard pile to find one you need), help (you ask other players for a specific card you're missing), or new (you either exchange one of your two large cards for a new one or choose someone else to take a new one).

Here are a few of the things I love about the game... One, due to the nature of the game I can really play fully without secretly cutting my daughter any slack and still lose fair and square. Two, the board is not only interesting, colorful, and fun, but it includes pictures of all of the characters and presents in the scene of "the greatest day ever.
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This game is one that a family ages 6, 8, 13, and their parents or other relatives can play easily together and have fun. The game is easy enough for a 3 - 5 yr old to play, but it depends on their personality and how they handle disappointment. I'm not one to let a child win everytime no matter how old they are. I think it's good to teach them that you can't win all the time and learn to lose gracefully. With that being said I'll explain the game so you understand where I'm coming from.

The board is big, colorful and easy to understand. There are 4 playing pieces. Each person picks 2 different cards - One Friends card and one Presents card and you don't let your fellow player see the front of it. Each person throws a die at their turn and manuevers around the board. There are cards you pick up when you land at certain places. The object of the game is to match 5 cards to five combined objects on your Friends card and your Presents card. The first person to do this gets to exclaim in a big, joyful tone "This is the Greatest Day Everrrrr!!!"

You won't believe how fun it is to do that!

So this is a matching game, but one of the players should be able to read in order to help read the words on the board. Over time the pre-schoolers have the spaces memorized and don't need help.

Here's the part that may set off pouts: One of the spaces may make a player have to change a Friend or Present card and pick a new one from a deck. Now after working hard to match objects or people and only needing just one more, only to end up having to change that card may bother a kid. I've seen a couple lips tremble, but they continue on and the shiny-eyed look on their faces when they end up winning at times is a lot of fun to watch.

This is One Great Game!
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This game isn't very engaging, even for our four-year-olds. It's basically an over-produced matching game, with enormous game pieces. It's huge colorful board is eye-catching, as are the cards, with their fun multicultural characters and presents.

That's about all this game brings. Play involves no strategy, is luck-based, and there's little variation in play options. Our kids lost interest about halfway through the first game, and were more interested examining the detail of the artwork.

In all, it's not as engaging or versatile as the description says, definitely not for the "whole" family. There are other great games for this age range, such as Catan Junior, and Kids of Carcassonne.
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Having three children, ages 3 to 9, I find it difficult to play board games these days that include that wide of a range. On the rare occasions that one or two of the kids are separated, and especially if the youngest is absent or napping, it's much easier, but still a challenge to find something that engages a 3 year+ spread.

Many times, if I want to play something that all three can play, we have to go lowest common denominator, and end up with the most simple games, like Candyland (UGH), or simple match games, etc.

Recently though, I had the rare treat of being able to break this out and play one on one with my nine year old, which arguably is probably slightly above the recommended "most fun for this age" group.

I've played TONS of board games over the years, not to mention all the ones from my childhood, and frankly, I have to say this one gets a mere "meh" from me. If I could, I would give it precisely 3.5 stars, somewhere between "It's OK" and "I like it", but probably comes down closer to the "It's OK" side.

I'm not really down on the game, but it's basically yet another matching game (and it admits as much on the box), with some polish thrown in (BIG die, big, colorful cards, big art on the playing board) to make it seem more exciting.

I think kids old enough to play this will see through the fact that it's just not that fun (unless they have never played a matching game before), and will quickly be bored. I noted that my eldest daughter immediately picked up the accompanying book and started to read that, which to her was more interesting than the game play itself.
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