About (taken from website): Founded by industry veterans Mike Gasser, Kevin McNulty and game inventor Brian Turtle, Endless Games specializes in games that offer classic entertainment and hours of fun at affordable prices. The general principle of Endless Games is to produce high quality entertainment in board games and puzzles that are quick and easy to learn, but offer “Endless” play value. This theme runs through the line of classic games like Kismet, Spill & Spell, and the Tickle Bee as well as home versions of iconic TV game shows like Password, The Family Feud, and the Newlywed Game. Newer, cutting edge games like X-ceter-O, and Dueling Dice, and party games Name 5, and Flippin’ Out! also maintain this model for instantly addictive fun!
Review: Since our family loves to play games so much and spend time as a family, we decided to start looking for games we could all have fun with. Once we found the game Oddly Obvious, we knew we needed to play it! This is a game where all of the answers are in your face. On one side of a card, there are 10 words that are each answers to the clues on the back. In order to get the card, you have to get the most answers right. While we were waiting to watch the SuperBowl, we decided to play the game to see how fun it was.
As we were starting the game, we didn’t know when we wanted to stop. Even my three year old brother wanted to play the game! As we were taking turns reading the cards for each other, he would point to words on the front of his card and asked us what the word was. We have played the game multiple times since then and we absolutely love it. We know we will be playing this game until we know all of the answers without even having the cards out!
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