Tall Tales Story Telling Board Game - The Family Game of Infinite Storytelling - 5 Ways to Play
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- Mega Award-Winning Tall Tales Story Telling Board Game - 7 Time Award Winner including Prestigious Dr Toy Award 2016
- Winner of the 2016 Scholastic Parent & Child Gold Star Toy Award , PAL Award Winner
- Family, Party, or Kid Game - A friendly, non-competitive game kids and adults can play. A storytelling game where the only limit is your imagination!
- No Reading Required - Ony imagination - Includes 24 Story Cards, 50 Game Pieces and a Story Bag - Randomly pick game pieces and an environment and be prepared to tell your story
- Perfect Board Game Gift idea - Tall Tales is great age 4 years old and up to age 99
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Tall Tales brings back the classic magic of imagination
- Basic Game: One player reaches into the story bag and draws 8 story pieces one at a time. Player then begin telling a TALL TALE using one of the pieces drawn until all the pieces are included in the story. The story can be as wacky or fun as your imagination will allow. When the story is over, all the pieces go back into the story bag, and the next player draws to start their TALL TALE.
- World Tales: Follow the BASIC GAME directions. After drawing 8 story pieces, draw one story place card and use that card as an environment for your TALL TALE. As you tell your story, place your story pieces on the story place card as used.
- Taller Tales: Choose a number 9 to 50. One player draws one piece to use in their story. Once that piece is used, that player draws another piece which must be the next piece they use in their story. The story continues until the number of pieces chosen to use is achieved. Story place cards may be added for even more variations.
- Group Tales: Each player draws two or more story pieces, making the total number of pieces among all players between 10 and 20 (or whatever amount you desire). The first player chooses one piece they’ve drawn and begins the story. Once the first player uses their piece in the tale, they pass the story onto the second player who continues, using one of their pieces. The story passes from player to player until all players have used up all their pieces. Story place cards may be added for an added challenge.
- Marathon Tales: Like TALLER TALES, but the number chosen is always 50 pieces (the entire bag). Have one story teller, or make it like Group Tales where the story travels from player to player. Story place cards may be added for professional storytellers.
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|Item Dimensions||10.2 x 10.5 x 3 in||1.13 x 3.25 x 4.25 in||5 x 3 x 1 in||4.3 x 7.4 x 2.3 in||2 x 3 x 1 in||10.5 x 10.5 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||1.74 lbs||2.4 ounces||6.08 ounces||0.51 lb||6.08 ounces||3.95 lbs|
Top Customer Reviews
So Much fun.
A lot of great laughs and a great way to get to know your kids better and spend time with them. Plus... there are no wrong answers. Just let your imagination go!
There were 5 kids - they each took 3 objects out of the bag (could have increased or decreased the number.)
One kid took a environment card (location the story took place) and started the story. They went around the circle only using one object at a time to continue the story.
My only concern for certain kids would be them pulling and breaking the objects, which are made of rubber.
This would be a great family game.