Disney Guess Who? ~ The Original Guessing Game
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Guess Who? from Hasbro is the guessing game you know and love, now with more choices than ever. Try to guess your opponent's characters by asking questions like "Do you have brown eyes?" or "Are you wearing a hat?". Use the two included character sheets, or go online to download more. This two-player game is designed for ages six and up.
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1. As mentioned in other reviews, this game is cheaply made. I didn't give that much thought about that when reading other reviews because I figured that the kids would still have fun with it but wish I weighed that more. Unfortunately, because the game is so cheaply made, the plastic piece that you slide around to select your character falls off if you move it more than a half inch! This is extremely frustrating for my 5 year olds (and me!) because they need help to put that piece back on every two seconds when they are trying to play.
2. The boards are flimsy and poorly designed. You can't even play in visible range of the other player because they can then see which character you've selected so my kids have to play sitting on the floor on opposite sides of a coffee table to block the view of the other person's board.
3. The characters are too different from each other so it makes it hard for the kids to ask broader questions. We have the original Guess Who? game and it's a much easier idea for them to grasp since there are many more commonalities between the options. The original game has all people so it's easy to come up with consistencies and differences to come up with things to ask, but since this Disney game has all sorts of characters (animals, people, vehicles, etc), it's much harder for them to ask broad enough questions to narrow down the options.
4. Characters shown on the outside of the box (e.g. Woody, Buzz Lightyear, etc) are not even characters on the game! Definitely don't buy the game if you want to play with those characters.
5. And just to give you an idea of what caliber of product you buying, they've misspelled "Instructions" on the back of the box.
I find it extremely hard to believe that Disney would have allowed their name to be put on something that is such low quality.
The characters have nothing in common so there are no decent questions you can ask to eliminate groups. In the original game you can ask about eye color, hair color, beard, ect. In this game, there aren't any distinguishing questions you can ask between a crab, Cinderella, and a car. My kids were coming up with questions like, "Does it have wheels?" but there is only one character on the board with wheels, so you just slowly eliminate characters one by one. It's the same as just asking "Is you character Tinkerbelle? Is your character Dumbo? Is your character Simba? This game is no fun at all.
But my 4 year old doesn't seem to care and enjoys it and likes playing with the characters he knows vs the originals game of random people.
And the white pieces that you use to pick your character constantly falls off, so that's a little annoying. I'd say this game really should only be sold for $12 max based on quality.
This also added the extra challenge of the teens needing to figure out how to classify the characters as quickly as possible to beat their opponents, and honestly that kind of logical thinking seems more interesting to them, and I see a lot more creativity coming out of it.