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Eat It

4.1 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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  • Snacks and Sweets Trivia Game is an exciting board game about the fun foods that everyone loves to eat
  • Game board, die, thousands of fun questions on trivia cards, game pieces
  • Answer the questions correctly, make your way to the top of the Snack & Sweets Pyramid
  • Recommended for 2-6 players
  • Included are coupons valued at approximately $5.00 for some of your favorite tasty treats
  • Not suitable for use by young children, use only under close adult supervision
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Here's a trivia game you can really sink your teeth into! Test your taste buds with fun trivia questions about the foods you love to eat, from Chocolate & Candy to Snacks & Desserts. What kind of animal is Cheetos' mascot, Chester? How many fudge stripes are there on a Keebler Fudge Stripes Cookie - 3, 5, 6, or 7? When Americans scream for ice cream, what is their favorite topping? The answers - A Cheetah, 5, and Chocolate Syrup! This fun and tasty trivia game redefines the food pyramid, with Snack Attack, Cookies, Ice Cream & Desserts, Candy and Chocolate categories occupying the spaces. Answer the questions correctly, make your way to the top of the Snacks & Sweets Pyramid, and you'll be the Snacks & Sweets Trivia Superstar! Game comes with Eat It! Game Board, 1 Box of 400 Eat It! Question & Answer Cards, 1 Set of 35 Eat It! Pyramid Cards, 1 Die, 6 Game Pieces, and Game Instructions. For 2 - 6 Players, Ages 13 and Up.

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Eat It!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.1 x 13.2 x 18.3 inches
Item Weight 3.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B0009JE7OM
Item model number 4098842
Manufacturer recommended age 7 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #221,543 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#5,859 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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4.1 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
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By E. Carlson on March 4, 2006
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I ordered this game because it sounded like fun for all ages. And, indeed, the game has been enjoyed by everyone in our family. Our only gripe is that many of the questions feature products found only on the East Coast. Because we live in the West, we've never heard of these brands of ice cream or what-have-you.
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Hadn't really expected to enjoy this as much as we do. My husband and I are both avid Trivia players but it can be hard finding others in our family who enjoy it as well. This game worked wonderfully. The questions are all about snack foods, desserts, etc, which is something everyone knows at least a little about. Colors of packaging, popular jingles, favorite flavors. And enough regional specialties to challenge even devoted snack-a-holics. The board can be a little difficult to work with since it isn't as clearly marked as most such games are, but the directions cover it well enough and a little 'fudging' from time to time is part of the fun. Collecting cards instead of 'pie' pieces or rings is also a little hard to adjust to and can be difficult when you get a large number of players and have limited space at the board. But the only real complaint I have is they need expansion card packs!
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I was actually looking for a different food game and I mistook this to be what I was looking for...it wasn't, but it was a lot of fun! My brother, sister and I played it for family game night. We're all adults and the cards are very trivial. There's questions about candy from the 30's and food companies that I didn't even know existed! It's still fun to try and take a guess at it though and learn something new in the process. I do have to say though, it's one of those games where the more people who play, the better!
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I was pleasantly surprised when I sat down to play this last night with my mom. In many ways the game resembles the trivial pursuit structure. You move around the board trying to collect a pyramid card in each of the categories (instead of wedges) and a player can move in any direction around the board. Once you have all 5 cards (or less if you play a shortened version) you get to advance into the inner pyramid on the board and work your way to the top, with the winning question's topic able to be chosen by the player rather than the opponents.

When we first began to play I was up first and was making a run of the board, lucking out with easy questions. But as we continued to play, the difficulty began to take on a better diversity. The questions cover a wide range of topics and even have some nostalgia questions which made it a lot of fun. We did a shorter version of the game and didn't feel bored with it at any point. Great for a light-hearted alternative game with popular knowledge that almost anyone is likely to know. As a side-note I know someone had mentioned that some questions are related to east-coast products that aren't available on the west coast making it more difficult to play. I live on the west coast and have since I was a very small child and didn't have the same difficulty. For the questions where this happened there were usually multiple choices to choose from.

The only downfall that we noticed was a grammar issue on one of the cards, making the question sound very dumb and confusing. We had to re-word the question to even have it make sense. But that is very minimal next to the fun atmosphere this game creates.

Oh... and make sure to have snacks handy! This game can definitely make you have the munchies!!
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I first became aware of "Eat It" through an article in the Washington Post. My family enjoyed playing the game so much that we invited the creators of "Eat It" to appear at an event in our local community. It is a game that truly the whole family can have fun playing together. My seven year old daughter, Emma, was thrilled to learn that one of the questions asked in the game was about a candy bar that was called "Fat Emma", and was hoping that it was still being sold,(it isn't). GREAT GAME!
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We are a family that plays games quite a bit and are always on the look out for something new and different that we haven't played before. This game was quite enjoyable. Teens, parents and grandparents all had fun playing it. I bought two games; one for my family and another for a friend and they also said they liked it. It was fun trying to recall some of the answers to foods I ate when I was younger and foods from different regions we lived in. It is played similarly to Trivia Pursuit where you need to get a card for each category, candy, chocolate, ice cream desserts, snacks and cookies and then you climb the food pyramid and the other team gets to pick the category for your final question. You also get a few coupons in the box for snack type items. In my opinion this game was a good purchase.
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This game is a lot of fun. We are all in our late 20's, and we finish the game in about an hour. There are many True/False Questions, along with many Multiple Choice questions. There are some questions that you are completely unfamiliar with, but all trivia games have those sort of questions. I highly recommend this game for people who love to snack like we do.
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