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- Exciting games of visual hide and seek
- 100 different mission cards in 3 categories
- Includes 9 two-sided gameboard tiles, 108 cards, dice, timer and instructions
- For 2 or more people
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Top Customer Reviews
spectators enjoyed the excitement vicariously, especdally when everyone is looking for one item at once.I highly reccomend this game for all ages.
It really encourages your powers of observation. It is so cleverly drawn
that is is fun to just look at all the items and people on the boards.
At first I thought, what happens later on when we all memorize the items on the board? Won't the game get boring?
The answer is: The game offers 9 tiles of pictures. There are pictures on both sides so during your play, you may rotate, flip or switch tiles to keep us gussing where the item is. It is how the game doesn't get old.
As we take turns, we roll a die of colors to pick which pile of cards we choose from. Red, Blue or Green.
Red for: bidding. That person bids how many he/she thinks they'll find of that particular item on the board before the timer runs out. The next player can outbid or pass)
Blue: All play. Whoever finds this particular item on the board wins that card.
Green: Personal. You find that particular item before the timer runs out.
The object of the game is to collect 6 cards. It can be changed to whatever you'd like it to be. 9 cards, 12 cards for longer game play or even 4 for shorter game play.
It's a cute game, my sons 8 and 9 loved it and so did the adults. The quality of the game is pretty good. At first I thought this game was going to be easy to find objects on the board but it isn't so.
Since our first game a month ago, we've played this about twice a week. When given the choice of TV, video games, or Pictureka as of late, it's easily been Pictureka! I like this game because I don't have to fake losing. Kids and adults can play this pretty evenly. It takes little skill - just being able to look for shapes/drawings, in a much more interestingly drawn version of Where's Waldo. The pictures are fun and funny.
I highly recommend this game. My son gives it two thumbs up.
UPDATE 11/6/2009: We're still playing Pictureka! quite often. I'm so glad to see it's held my and my son's interest after all this time. It's never sat long enough to get dusty!
We are wild about Walter Wick's "I Spy" books and "Can You See What I See" books. We are really good at finding pictures and scanning -- that's what is needed for this game.
The rules are simple -- roll a color dice to choose a color card, then follow the card. The person who finds the picture wins the card -- first player who collects 6 cards (or whatever number) wins the game. Our 5-year-old won the first game -- fair and square.
There are also opportunities to change the game by flipping the game board and to challenge other players by bidding to find a higher number of items. All great.
So, this should be a game I love -- everyone has the skills to play, it forces players to pay attention and scan for items, it moves FAST, the kids enjoy it.
But I don't love it. Too many of the pictures are gross-out -- find a farting bull, find smelly feet, find a steaming pile of poop, find body odor coming from someone's armpits... It isn't the ENTIRE game, but it is inescapable.
Fine for a good-natured grin, but the potty humor cuts down on how and when (and with whom) we will enjoy the game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The box came unwrapped, so you could tell that it already been open. The cards inside the box were still wrapped, however one of the pieces needed for the game did not come with... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Fergie
It was perfect and I received before Christmas, which was great because it was a giftPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
We played this for the first time a few days ago with relatives in a motel room. Everyone loved it so much that we played twice that day. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mom Of Many Munchkins
This was a gift purchase. I understand it was fun for the whole family.Published 13 months ago by Wyona