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Apples to Apples Kids
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- 4 to 10 players, Minutes to learn
- 20-30 minutes per game
- For players ages 7 and up!
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This Apples to Apples Junior game lets the whole family enjoy a special version of the fun, lively and award-winning Apples to Apples card game. Voted Toy of the Year and Party Game of the Year, it's easy to learn and made for 4-10 players to enjoy. This fast-moving game features 288 cards that ask participants to compare people, places and events. Kids can play with family or friends, and Apples to Apples Junior is a natural at helping expand vocabulary and thinking skills. Made in USA.
Apples to Apples Junior is the young version of the Apples to Apples original game that's been hailed as a national competition winner by Mensa, the high-IQ society. In both versions, players are dealt five red apple cards and try to make the closest match possible to a word on the judge's green apple card. In Apples to Apples Junior, if you're holding a quintet consisting of, for example, Winnie the Pooh, Farms, Swimming, Bumble Bees, and The First Day of School, you play one of the five to match Loud. If the judge selects your card as the best match, you keep the green apple card; if you win four you're king of the orchard. Apples to Apples Junior includes rules for a couple of tasty variations, too. Crabapple play awards the card to the player with the worst match, while Quick Picked Apples rewards speedy card selection by eliminating from consideration the last card played to a green apple card. Fast and easy to learn, Apples to Apples Junior is a bushel and a peck of fun. --Tony MasonSee all Product description
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Top Customer Reviews
It was so funny to see my husband and his brother try to figure out the answers that the girls gave. (which were the funniest ones my sisters in law, my daughter and I could come up with. The boys thought they were playing it wrong.) It was also great to see my husband and his brother and sister connect again. Not just the normal, "How's work?". They really dug deep in their memories to see what they thought their brothers or sister would say. It was amazing how right they were most of the time.
You always knew you had a winner if you had MY MOTHER in your hand. Who was going to make grandma mad. (or me when it was my daughter!)
We even stayed an extra day to play this all afternoon. YOu should have heard the "YES!" when one of the adults beat the 6 year old. (which was rare) She was so proud of herself. Almost everytime, someone would ask the "judge" what would you pick second. LOL!
Great memories for years to come I think! I hope there are expansion packs for the Jr. game. We have a 3 year old coming up next.
The kids loved being "the judge," and never felt pressured, even when the grown-ups were lobbying them to pick their card - they would just giggle and go with what they thought was best!
There was one point on Christmas afternoon where all the boys disappeared - who ranged in age from 10-74, with a couple of college-age cousins thrown in, and here they had snuck away to play the game without the girls!
We have a large extended family, who all like to get in on the fun, so we also appreciated the fact that while as few as 4 could play, up to 10 people could play together, too.
Many, MANY laughs were had over the various cards played. We're already looking forward to buying the expansion pack! All in all, this was an excellent game that received "two thumbs up" from the entire clan!
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