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- Contains two plastic game units
- Contains 48 Small Face Cards
- Contains deck of 24 mystery face Cards
- Illustrated Instructions included
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Guess the mystery person, when you feel that you are sure you have the right person.
The first player to guess the other players hidden character wins. Game Setup: Each player takes their game board of 24 faces and places one of 24 mystery cards in the empty frame in each game board. This card represents the character your opponent has to guess and the character you have to answer questions about.
Winning Moves Games
Guess Who ?
'Guess Who' is a classic two player game where opponents attempt to guess which character out of 24 possibilities their opponent has picked.
- Includes 2 plastic game units
- Built-in face frames and score keeping
- 48 small face cards
- Illustrated Instructions
Two Player Game
created by Ora and Theo Coster
1980's classic version
Allow your opponent to try to ask you questions pertaining to your chosen player's features. Only ask yes/no questions.
Develops your powers of deduction.
Guess the mystery person, when you feel that you are sure you have the right person. If you guess correctly, or if your opponent guesses incorrectly, you win the game.
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Beloved 1980's version of the classic mystery face game is back! There's a mystery person on your opponent's card. Can you find the matching face in the crowd? Start with your game full of silly-looking characters. Then ask the right questions to eliminate the wrong faces! Does your person have blue eyes? Is your person wearing a hat? Once you're down to a face or two - solve the mystery by guessing who! If you're the first to identify your opponent's mystery person, you win. Ages 6+
Warning: choking hazard small parts not for children under 3 years.
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#1. When we received the product, one of the card holders was broken. I tried to fix it with some glue so i did not have to return it, but it still would not work.
#2 None of the pieces in the row actually line up with each other (See picture).
#3 the cardboard that the faces come on seems more like paper than actual cardboard (See Picture). Two pieces had scratches on them already. You can tell that only the cheapest plastic possible was used to created this game. For the $25 price being charged on Amazon, you'd imagine it being a bit sturdier, but no, this is the type of plastic you can find in toys at the dollar store or Poundland.
Also I thought that this game was made by Hasbro, but it is only licensed out by them to some company called Winning Moves Games.
Please for the love of all that is good DO NOT BUY THIS GARBAGE to support a bad quality product for a formerly great game.
A few notes:. The rows are very close together. When my daughter goes to fold down a person/piece, the row in front of it goes down too. They actually hit the row in front of them as you fold them down. At that point it becomes a domino effect.
The hair colors are very difficult for a young person(and old) to differentiate. The red hair kind of looks like brown, the black hair kind of looks dark brown, so when you ask the hair color question, it gets dicey.