Outfoxed! Game Board Game
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- A cooperative whodunit game
- Contains rules of play and in Spanish
- Ages 5 and up
- Playing Time: 20 -30 minutes
- 2 to 4 players
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Mrs. Plumpert's prized pot pie has gone missing, and now it's a chicken chase to crack the case! In Outfoxed, you move around the board to gather clues, then use the special evidence scanner to rule out suspects. You have to work together quickly because the guilty fox is high-tailing it towards the exit! Will you halt the hungry hooligan before it flies the coop or will you be outfoxed?
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This game is sort of like "Clue" for little kids. A fox stole a potpie and you have to figure out which fox it was before s/he escapes into the foxhole. There are SUSPECT cards, each with the picture and name of a fox. Then there are THIEF cards - one for each of the suspects. One of the THIEF cards is chosen (but kept secret) in the beginning of the game. You then spend your turns either revealing SUSPECTS or finding CLUES. The clues are things like hat, scarf, glasses, umbrella, etc and whether or not the THIEF has those items. For example, you might find out that your guilty fox is wearing a hat and pearls but does not have an umbrella or glasses. Once you've revealed the SUSPECT card that matches all your clues, you know who the guilty fox is and can announce it. But if you aren't able to figure out the clues fast enough, the fox gets away. There is dice-rolling involved (but no numbers on the die, just symbols) for an element of luck/chance.
One of the coolest features of the game is the "magic clue revealer" thingy. It's a plastic case that you slide the chosen THIEF card into at the beginning of the game. Then, every time you get a CLUE, you place the clue (i.e. a token with a picture of a hat on it) onto a spot on the revealer. Then you slide open a door and you will see either a red or green dot, indicating whether your THIEF does or does not have that item (i.e. the hat) on him. This part is a lot of fun for the little ones!
I'd say this game is great for the ages of about 4-8. It teaches great critical thinking skills,like logic and deduction.