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Drumond Park Articulate
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|Number of Players||4 - 20|
|Minimum Age Recomendation||144|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.6 x 10.5 x 3.6 inches|
|CPSIA Cautionary Statement||Choking Hazard - Small Parts|
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- The fast talking description game
- Fast paced and huugely entertaining
- Describe as many words as possible to your team-mates in 30 seconds
- No "rhymes with" or "sounds like" allowed
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The hilarious team game of quick fire descriptions. Players try to describe as many card entries as possible to their team members in 30 seconds. The first team round the board wins. It's loud, intense and brilliantly funny. 4 - 20+ players. 12 Years +
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It’s the fast talking description game!
The king of ‘what’s-on-the-card?’ games; the queen of against-the-clock gabbling and gesticulating; the prince of all-ages fun family get-togethers and the entire royal family of competitive after-dinner challenge-your-friends revelry…
What can we say about Articulate! that hasn’t been said already?
‘Describe a word without actually saying it’ – it might sound very simple, but when you’re racing the timer and being heckled mercilessly by the other team then… well, let’s just say that it isn’t!
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Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2019
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1. It's geared to British audiences and many of the answers in the People category will be unfamiliar to Americans. I'm an anglophile and I don't recognize lots of them. What's more, for some names I do recognize, there are errors, like Jane "Austin" instead of Austen.
2. The game board adds complexity without value. You're playing the game to be fast-paced and fun, but having to follow all these fiddly rules for what to do when you land on a red or orange panel really slows things down and isn't entertaining.
3. The timer is supposed to last 30 seconds, but the one we received just barely gets to 25 seconds. You might think this is quibbling, but 30 seconds is already awfully short to try to guess multiple words, and 25 seconds is significantly worse. We ended up using a separate timer.
4. The print on the cards is tiny; a real challenge for older eyes. It's also not easy to distinguish the colors on the card, especially if you're not playing in a brightly-lit room.
There is a US version out, which would probably be a better choice for Americans. Still, for this type of entertainment, I'd recommend old-fashioned charades or the Heads Up app. For a different clue-giving game, try Codenames instead. It's fun and subtly challenging for how simple it appears to be at first.
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Watch out for sneaky plays on the ‘All Play’ rounds.
Almost as bad as the 'Monopoly incident' of 2011.