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Cranium Family Edition
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- Cranium Family Fun features a variety of hilarious activities that will have everyone laughing, high-fiving, and working and playing together!
- Players compete by building, flipping, sketching, sculpting, and guessing
- Object of the game: Be the first team to reach the finish line at the end of the twisting and turning path.
- With colorful Cranium Cubes and fun Flipper Frogs, The Family Fun Game delivers the ultimate game night!
- Perfect for Family Game Night
- To advance around the board, your team must harness its collective talents to answer questions and complete activities from the 4 card decks
- Can Mom flip a frog through a hoop you've sculpted out of clay? Can you pass the Cranium Cubes to Dad without using your hands?
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ones at various times, depending on the age and interest of our kids
(currently ages 12, 9, and 6). This is a review of the ones we have used.
So, in no particular order:
Hullabloo - great, silly fun and very kinetic. It works best when a
parent is willing to get down on the floor and be silly with their
kids. It holds their interest for a relatively short time (10-20
minutes), but it does burn up the energy and generate the laughs.
Cadoo - a fun, quick board game that taps into different part of you
brain - memory, analytical, creative, expressive, etc. - but keeps
things fun and fast-paced. We found it more approachable for our
younger kids than Cranium
Cranium - like Cadoo, it mixes in many different ways to use your
brain, this time in a longer board game format. This one is a bit
tougher on younger players. Also, both games do a fair job of
letting younger players be competitive, but they are still games
that can be a challenge to keep fair and interesting to all players
if the age range between them is too great.
Bumparena - In this one, players take turns adding bumpers and
rubber balls to a sloped game board, base on easy-to-understand game
cards (all pictures, no reading). When the balls are released, the
bumpers divert the balls to one of three player goals. Collect 6
balls and win. This game sets up and moves quickly, you could
probably complete one game within 15 minutes of opening the game
box. It is simple to learn, and it probably could be played by most
6 year olds with minimal adult help.Read more ›
just wanted to let everyone know that this game is the same game as the game formerly named "Cranium Family Fun", except the older version included "fun flipper frogs" and this newer edition (the Cranium Family Edition) does not. On this game's box, it even says "formerly named Cranium Family Fun Game". Just wanted to clear that up!
The board and all the playing pieces are fun and colorful.
Another family friendly feature is that the game runs between 30 minutes and an hour so is a good choice if you have limited time.
This game is AMAZING... A must have for any family looking for ways to pull the gang out of the TV for some real human interaction.
While this is definitely a great game for families it would also be an *excellent* addition to meetings for team building programs such as Destination Imagination or Odyssey of the Mind. As a team leader, I know that this game is one that my teams would enjoy while improving their cooperation skills.
Kris Bordessa, author
Team Challenges: Group Activities to Build Cooperation, Communication and Creativity
This game has a variety of activities you have to complete- a few familiar, but mostly totally new things to do. For example, you do hilarious stunts that make it possible for younger kids to have fun and make their contribution to the game in more than just a patronizing gesture. My team couldn't have won the game had my youngest daughter not been such a whiz at flipping those frogs. The kids also loved to watch my husband and I doing silly things like try to stack the cubes up with our elbows. I haven't laughed so hard with the kids all year! There are all new word games you play with letter dice and fun trivia. There's a great variety in the game- like Cranium- but the cards are totally different... I love that during the game each of my kids got their opportunity to contribute through an activity that they were particularly good at. I can't think of a time when $20 has brough more fun and entertainment to my family. I can't wait to give this to my sisters for Christmas so they can have as much fun with their families.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a gift for my nephew and it was very disappointing to receive it in used, damaged condition. Despite being plastic wrapped, this was not a new item. Read morePublished 2 months ago by YasmineA
If I could give no stars, I would. The game arrived and appeared new, covered in plastic. Was looking forward to playing it with our guests for the first time- only to find the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elly
We love the game but the condition was poor. The pad was written on and the clay was dried out and box was rippedPublished 18 months ago by backyard guitar
So far I haven't opened the box that the game is kept in (it's supposed to be a gift, so I'm about to wrap it) BUT! The external box looks bad. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Randi Mac
Bought this for my nine year old grandson. He and the whole family LOVE it. Lots of fun.Published 19 months ago by Rosalie Santiago