I was sent a few new games from Winning Moves for review. I was excited to try these out on our next family game night!
Scattergories was always one of my favorite games growing up. I was excited to get the 2016 version of this game! This game can be played with 2-4 player perfect for ages 12+. Comes with 4 pads of paper and 125 game cards. The object of the game is to write on the pad the name on the card, then there is a sub-categorie that you have to write. too. I have included the video to help you better understand. This game was so much fun to play with my older kids and my husband!
This was a really fun game for indoors or outdoors. Because this is recommended for ages 7+ this was a game that the teens and mom and dad could play together after the little ones went to bed. It came with an oversized score pad and a pencil, 2 oversized foam pig dice and a drawstring pouch, Illustrated instructions and pass the pig history sheet. Throw your pigs and which way they land gives you certain points. Takes a while to get to know the game, but when you do its a load of fun and laughter!
This is a really neat card game to keep your mind and imagination fresh. For up to 10 players ages 7+. This card game of 54 cards has numerous different shapes. You have to write down what you see in the shape (the card in play). The card in the photo, I see a clam or a burger off the top of my head 🙂
Brynk is another really fun game to play. This one I played a few times with my 15 year old. It comes with 42 Brynk playing pieces and the game unit actually doubles as the storage container, too. Start off with adding pieces by piece to the bottom of the lid. Watch as it becomes unstable. Which player will be the one to topple it over?
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