CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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- Ages 8 and up
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You get a deck of 78 letter cards – nice looking, good stock, big, easy-to-read letter cards. You deal out three at a time, face-up. And then you see who can make a word first, or, in case of a tie, who can come up with a longer word. TLP, for example. Tulip. Sure. Or perhaps Platitude. Platitude. Of course. Longer than Tulip. (Did I mention that you can use the letters backwards or forwards?) (Did I also mention that you can use any number of letters before, between or after the three letters that you draw?) (And, of course, the letters have to be in the same order?)
Designed by Jay Thompson to be played by kids as well as adults (kids use just two cards at a time, word game experts can try playing with four), PDQ is pretty darn close to everything you would want in a word game – 5-30 minutes of engaging, challenging, and frequently laugh-producing fun.
I love that this keeps me on my toes. I really have to think when playing against my son. Also, it allows me to help him learn to spell words. He thinks of lots of words but many times doesn't know how to spell them. - mom
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game provides hours of fun for many people. And it's small and portable. Anyone who likes words or language or speed will enjoy it.Published on January 22, 2014 by WP
It was sent to me claiming to be New. I found the box to have an old appearance with tape/price stickers from long ago? Read morePublished on December 13, 2013 by Paul A. Westmaas
Our family likes this game very much. It's a fast moving game which makes the players be creative with words. Read morePublished on October 16, 2011 by John
Fun - easy to adjust the rules for adults so that they can play with kids and all enjoy it. Good for 10 years +. Love the speed of the game. A great game.Published on January 9, 2011 by Dawn99
This game is fantastic! You need a kid who is old enough for a decent vocabulary (and can spell), but not much more than that. Read morePublished on February 14, 2010 by J. Ross