LEGO Creationary Game (3844)
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- Includes 1 buildable LEGO Dice, 1 LEGO minifigure and 1 LEGO microfigure
- Also includes 1 rule booklet
- Contains 96 cards
- For 3 to 8 players
- Contains 341 pieces
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Introducing LEGO Games, the world’s first collection of games that you build, play and change. With the unique buildable LEGO Dice and changeable rules, LEGO Games is a great way of having fun together with family and friends. Roll the LEGO Dice to select one of four exciting building categories: vehicles, buildings, nature or things. With three levels of difficulty you can show off your building skills, while the others guess what you are creating. A great game for family and friends to test your imagination, creativity, building and guessing skills to the max. An interactive game for 3 – 8 players. Game play approximately 30-60 minutes.
From the Manufacturer
Roll the LEGO® Dice to select one of four exciting building categories: vehicles, buildings, nature or things. With three levels of difficulty you can show off your building skills, while the others guess what you are creating. A great game for family and friends to test your imagination, creativity, building and guessing skills to the max.
Top customer reviews
I ordered this item used from Growth Press. The game was almost perfect. Is it missing an important part for the dice, the x2 piece and one of the cards is very bent and wrinkled. Aside from that the set is in good used condition although we will have to find out how to get a replacement for the missing dice piece.
-limited pieces make it almost too hard for kids to interpret the given picture into building a like alternative. (heck even the adults will struggle with this) The box indicates it is for ages 7 and up, but unless your child is VERY familiar, I mean, like "plays with them everyday/future engineer" familiar with Legos they will likely get frustrated with this game and/or need help.
-the game does not include really anything other than the legos pieces, picture cards and a simple booklet containing vague instructions on 4 or so methods of play. It would be nice if there were some form of game board, a dedicated way to track scoring or something else to drive the competition a little bit. Most games in this genre have some type of board where you move your piece based on successful guesses and you "race" to the finish. This would be a great way to improve the overall feel of the Creationary game. The included instructions reference the use of a timer, which is not included. This would also be a nice addition as it is kind of annoying to to run to/from the oven for the use of a timer.
- a great way to promote higher level thinking with kids and adults. Many of the pictures require you to be extremely creative.
-It's Legos!! Come on what's not to like, right?? worst case you just sit around and build stuff, having a good time with your kids laughing at how silly your robot looks with a air hose and satellite dish coming out of its head!
All in all i like this game, as do our kids. The concept is there, but i do think it needs a little tweaking to make it a family game night favorite.
1. This game is hard. Especially if you are not good with LEGO® ***AND*** cannot think abstractly. Most people when they play this game try to build replicas, when the only thing you need to do is communicate your message to other players using LEGO®
2. There is a HUGE skill gap between players who:
a) Work with LEGO® and those who don't
b) Have played the game before and those who haven't
If you want an ideal game of Creationary then all the players are LEGO® experts who can think abstractly and have played the game many times before. This is a kids game, so in reality that is never going to happen.
I recommend that if you first start playing the game you modify the rules to make it easier for you. Two rules I've used that helped reduced difficulty:
1. Get rid of dice and let people choose
2. Allow miming through LEGO® pieces to show actions and relationships