Backseat Drawing Game
|Brand||Out of the Box|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.25 x 8.5 x 2.75 inches|
|Number of Game Players||4-10|
|Item Weight||1.7 Pounds|
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- The hysterical game of sketchy directions
- Directors can only use shapes, locations, sizes and directions to describe how to draw the word on the card
- Party game for 4-10 players
- Includes English, French, Spanish and German on each card
- Teaches direction giving and following, visual arts, teamwork and vocabulary
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Two teams race to identify drawings done by their own team members. But, the artists don’t know what they are drawing--they can only follow the instructions given by another team member. Laughter erupts as players attempt to follow direction and to guess what is being drawn. With backseat drawing, there's no time to stop and ask directions-- the fun never stops.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Concept is easy: Two teams, One person draws, One person explains HOW to draw the current card only using shapes and directions. The person drawing is trying to guess what it is before the other team guesses theirs. Love it!
It was a little slow at first since it takes some time to get used to giving commands, but once you play for a little while, it gets easier. The same goes for the person doing the drawing. Once you get the hang of it though, it is pretty close to Pictionary. One of the differences is that sometimes you can do a better job of guessing by listening to the person giving the directions than actually looking at the drawing. Sometimes it just doesn't translate well from spoken word to drawing, so listening helps.
One of the funniest parts is seeing what the other teams' drawings look like after the round is over. It usually gives us some of the biggest laughs of the night. Let's just say some people are much better direction givers than others. :)
All in all, it is a fun concept for a game. It is a good change of pace from some of the games in our normal rotation, but it didn't jump to the top of the list of favorites. It can be frustrating for someone who doesn't do a good job of verbalizing what is in their head, but we'll definitely play it again.