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- Great test of balance and flexibility
- For 2 or more players ages 6 and up
- Manufactured in United States
- Out-twist your opponents in the game that ties you up in knots
- For 2 to 4 players
- Includes vinyl mat, spinner board and instructions
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
It has all of the simplicity of the version we played as kids, but also a few additional twists that add laughs to the game. Rather than simple "left foot red" movements only, some spots call for putting a foot or hand in the air, which sometimes adds imbalance. There is also an additional set of commands that combine activities, "put your left food on red and bark like a dog."
Our young friends were having a great time, and it doesn't involved electronics, helps young ones learn left/right sides, and gives them a physical activity.
Great buy at a great price.
We all know this goofy game, the one that "ties you up in knots." The boomer-echo kids haven't had the same experience with these silly games, and it is a real novelty to them. The funniest photos from said birthday party show these hip kids dissolving into giggles as the pile collapses on the mat.
There is even somewhat of an educational aspect to this game. To be successful, some advance planning and spatial relations skills are helpful in avoiding the inevitable collapse. This generation of kids has not always had the same level of hands-on spatial experience we enjoyed when tearing apart items from the junk heap. "Twister" is a fun way for kids to get some of this experience for themselves. As for their parents, I move MUCH more slowly with my 40-something muscles, but it's still a blast to play with the kids!
The only thing I would say is, if you have back or neck problems, you might want to skip this one. Or you could always be the spinner person. Either way, this one's tons of fun!
It's still a great game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this was a "toy" I purchased as a wedding gift and sent it with some vegetable oil.. read between the lines :)Published 2 days ago by Benjamin Taylor
Both of my girls requested me to buy them a twister game. For a very long time they have been bugging me so much for it but I jut kept delaying it, price matters to me these days. Read morePublished 3 days ago by tx sweetie
Lots of Fun!!! The spinny thing broke though, but me and my friends make it work.Published 4 days ago by jasmine
The one I got was the old version spinner without the extra moves, and the sheet itself was a cheap, plastic-bag material that I'm sure will tear after a few games. Read morePublished 7 days ago by egirl
Much smaller than I thought it would be- not like the original- Check dimensions before buyingPublished 9 days ago by Johna Cutlip
DO NOT BUY FOR YOUR KIDS. The sheet is made of cheap, toxic plastic that off-gasses and makes your whole room smell like a new shower curtain liner (full of pthalates and other... Read morePublished 9 days ago by NYCMama