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- Reinforces hand- eye coordination and matching
- 2 to 6 players
- Playing time 12 minutes or less
- Contains 60 cards, rules of play and rules in Spanish
- Ages 6 and up
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Flip your wig for this fast and frenzied card game that will put your frizzy in a tizzy! Race against your opponents to get rid of cards by matching all kinds of colorful hairstyles. Put together a pair of Pigtails. Combine a couple of Cornrows. Match a Mullet or some Mohawks. The first player out of cards is a cut above the rest!
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Flip your wig for this fast and frenzied card game that will put your frizzy in a tizzy. Race against your opponents to get rid of cards by matching all kinds of colorful hairstyles. Put together a pair of Pigtails. Combine a couple of Cornrows. Match a Mullet or some Mohawks. The first player out of cards is a cut above the rest.
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After playing both card games, Rat-A-Tat-Cat is far superior, even for my 5 year old.
Rat-A-Tat-Cat was recommended to me by a friend that enjoys games, but I thought I would try a game for younger kids as well, so I got Wig Out! also after reading about it.
While playing Wig Out!, both of my kids (ages 7 & 5) began to complain about how many cards they had to attempt to hold in their hands while playing. Young kids and holding a lot of cards is not a good combination They started putting all the cards on the ground in front of them face up, but there can be so many cards at one time it was hard for them,though there were some fun moments when everyone gets closer to getting rid of all their cards, the point of the game, but during times of drawing and drawing cards, they have 10+ cards at a time.
The game play itself is alright, you keep drawing cards if you don't have a match (there are no turns, you just draw from the pile freely) but my kids were not crazy with it after a while, and frankly, I found it a little one note as you just continue matching cards until you are out of cards. That is the extent of the game.
My recommendation: Skip Wig Out! and get Rat-A-Tat-Cat.
Rat-A-Tat-Cat I HIGHLY recommend for people who like to play cards and also like to play cards with their children. This is where Gamewright shines in game design. It is simply a great card game that uses strategy and children do not have to hold their cards.
My kids love this game, and so do the adults, because it is interesting and challenging for all ages and easy enough to play for a 5 year old, though we have to cut him a few breaks here and there. It is an excellent card game all around and teaches number values and memory at the same time.
Quick synopsis of Rat-A-Tat-Cat: you have to be the first one who believes their hand has the lowest value. The fun and challenging thing is that you cannot see all of the cards in your hand at the start of the game and must figure it out through game play.
It is a VERY well designed game and plays "like" a higher level card while being easy enough for younger children to understand and enjoy.
I feel bad giving Wig Out! 2 stars because Gamewright shines so brightly with Rat-A-Tat-Cat, but for now, that is how I feel about Wig Out!
We may try Wig Out! again at some point, but after my kids have played Rat-A-Tat-Cat, Wig Out! is in the review mirror. I am happy for that, as Rat-A-Tat-Cat is FAR more interesting for everyone.
I guess this review should be on the Rat-A-Tat-Cat product page itself, but I thought it might be helpful for anyone deciding and comparing kids card games and those created specifically by Gamewright as well.