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- The classic quick-draw game since 1985
- You don’t have to be an artist; in fact, if you “can’t draw,” the game can be even funnier
- Two levels of clues (120 Adult, 80 Junior) make this a great game for kids and adults
- Includes two erasable makers, erasable boards for drawing and an updated category of clues
- Get together with friends to find out who's an artist and who really isn't!
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A Party Favorite for Over 30 Years!
In the mid-1980s, a new party game entered the room and said, “Step aside, Charades. There’s a new sheriff in town!” Ever since then, Pictionary has been the ultimate party game -- for kids and adults!
Here’s How You Play…
The game is simple. One player chooses a card with a word or phrase on it and then draws images to get fellow teammates to say what’s on the card. No adding letters or numbers and no pointing to things in the room and no verbal cues! This game is all about the “art”!
“But I Can’t Draw!”
Don’t worry about it! The less artistic ability the players have, the funnier the game is! If your team members just aren’t getting what you’re drawing, try a different direction; you never know what kinds of clues might trigger the answer. Just do your best and get ready for a whole lot of laughs!
Count on big laughs when you and your friends get together to find out who's an artist and who really isn't! In this quick-draw classic, the guesses can be just as hilarious as the sketches as you use markers to draw your best rendition of the clue on the card. You have one minute to convey what's on the card. Is it an animal? A person? An action? Just what is that word you're drawing?? If your team members just aren't getting it, try a different direction; you never know what kinds of clues might trigger the answer. You take turns drawing, so all players get to channel their inner artists! And the laughs just keep coming! Pictionary now includes two erasable markers, erasable boards for drawing, and an updated Pop Culture category of clues. Year after year since 1985, Pictionary has proven itself to be the ultimate party game!
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I am not a native English speaker and I was looking for a game that would allow me and my friends to have fun while learning new words.
The rules of the game are pretty simple, also for kids. Unfortunately, you can have just two teams; each team moves a pencil player piece across the board by rolling a dice and guessing what the team "picturist" is drawing in a given amount of time (an hourglass is provided).
There are two special squares: one where the "picturist" can choose the category of the word to draw, and another one where the two "picturists" sketch the same word simultaneously.
The box contains 120 adult cards and 80 cards for kids. As a non-native English speaker, I prefer to play with the cards for kids, as the ones for adults contain some very abstract words that are difficult to guess. I wish they added more cards: if you play the game often, you will end up remembering some of the words, especially if you only play with the cards for kids.
I bought this version of the game mostly because of the drawing boards, as I don't like to waste tons of paper to play the game. Unfortunately, the boards are pretty small (4" x 6") and the markers need to be erased using a wet cloth, which makes things messy: if you are playing with kids, their hands will be full of ink by the end of the game. Also, it's difficult to completely erase the markers even with a wet cloth.
I ended up buying two dry erase boards (one is not enough because of the special squares where the two "picturists" need to draw at the same time).
The game is fun to play for both adults and kids, I just wish they had included dry erase boards and a few more cards.
Its still a fun game to play with your kids.
There was more damage on the inside, particularly to the black plastic box containing all the items. Also, lots of random stuff was inside like tiny pieces of cardboard, a dead fly (???), and we even found a tiny hair (???). I included pictures for proof, which were made right after receiving the package.
It looks like it's a second hand item, when I paid for a new product.
Not a happy customer.
-The game doesn't scale well with low numbers. If you don't have at least 8 (maybe 6) people, you won't enjoy it. I mostly play with 3-4 players and it feels like a drag.
-It doesn't have variant rules for smaller groups or for 2 people.
-Some teams may stay stuck on one color during the whole game, while the other team moves up. This really ruins the mood and the fun.
-The timer doesn't allow you to get creative or add details. I would like 2 minutes or indefinite time.
-The words don't always aling with their categories. Is 'Ice Age' an object? Is 'dozen' an object?
- I wanted more variety when choosing words or categories. Only 2 words per category? I would've liked 3 or more.
- I wouldn't recomend it for second language speakers. Idioms are..... strange
If you have played Pictionary before, then I will say, clean the whiteboards exactly as instructed and they will last. I also wouldn't recomend using other markers.
For anyone who had never played and was thinking of buying it, look on the internet for a random word generator and buy a white board with a bunch of cool colors. I don't like the board, I don't like the pads, I don't like the rules, I don't like the cards (I wanted more variaty of words). Don't buy a game if you are not going to use the board, the drawing pads. Find what's good for you. I am sure this game will be a hit with a lot of people, but It's not a hit with me.