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Stare! Board Game - 3rd Edition
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- This award winner has gotten even better - STARE! 3rd Edition has new images and questions
- Stare at the image for 20 seconds, then see how much you can recall
- Play in teams or as individuals - it is great fun either way
- Includes 240 image cards with 1440 questions, game board, sand timer, playing pawns and die
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
You get ten (10) seconds to look at something - an ad, a movie poster, a magazine cover, etc. - and then the questions about what you remember come at you.
The scoring system is relatively easy and the game easily progresses without a lot of having to refer back to the rules.
Some, who play in pairs or groups, try having different members of the team study only certain aspects of the thing to remember. Others try an overall approach, taking in as much as you can about the whole 'picture' in general. There are merits to almost every approach to remembering. The trick is getting the right question to match up with what you may have seen and remember. A toss of the die is what determines the question.
There's even an option to make up your own question. But be careful. If you get too detailed and try too hard to stump the opponent, you may find yourself at the receiving end of an even more picky and difficult question in that option when it comes your way.
Yes - the game is challenging - but the good part is that it is challenging to everyone.
Another option involves using the whole list of questions rather than rolling the die to determine which question is asked. This puts a whole new spin to the game.
Two young couples played the game and stayed relatively close in scoring. Two older couples played and did much the same. Then the younger played the older, and the outcome was a back and forth battle to the end.Read more ›
as everyone tries to remember what they saw on the cards and what was totally missed :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
really had fun with this game.. Reccommed it any family for great timesPublished 4 months ago by monica medeiros
This game is an awesome form of entertainment. Great for wide variety of ages. Family and friends love it. The artwork is very enjoyable also. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J
I bought this game for my 15 year old daughter. It is fun, but you really have to concentrate on the picture. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jenny
I guess we're in the minority but my family (our kids are 19 and 15) thought this game was boring! We didn't even finish the first game, we just couldn't get into it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Peggy Cunningham
Love this game! I use this to practice visual memory and attention to details with some of my students who have difficulty with those things. Read morePublished 8 months ago by BoMa
Wow, this is a good board game testing memory and attention to detail! Played with all adults and it was fun!Published 9 months ago by rosemary rivera