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Mark Tietsort
United States
Windsor
California
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9
Jun 2011
Owned
Matthew Gray
United States
Reading
Massachusetts
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8.5
Jul 2008*
Great version of the standard game, and the "junior" doesn't mean "lame".
2007-10-13*
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For Trade
Bob
United States
Utah
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8
Dec 2005*
Same as regular version with easier words. Families can play and everyone can have fun!
2005-12-15*
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Paul
United States
Iowa
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8
Jan 2008*
For playing a party game with kids, this is a fun one. Sure, you could do it with cards...but the little electronic device is cool. Plus, if the younger kids don't know the word-they can just push the "next" button for the next word to pop up. I was surprised at how fun it is with a mixed group.
2008-01-01*
Scott Ferrier
United States
Salem
Massachusetts
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8
Oct 2010
Fun electronic party game. Think hot potatoe while giving clues that have to be guessed before you can pass it.
2010-04-03
Owned
David Anderson
United States
Annandale
New Jersey
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8
Nov 2012
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Bill M
United States
Sayre
Pennsylvania
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7.88
Mar 2015
Owned
Kieron Mitchell
United States
Indianapolis
IN
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7.3
Sep 2007*
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John Roberds
United States
New Whiteland
Indiana
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7
Oct 2009*
Best when there is an even number of players. Can be fun and talkative party game. When my kids were 8-9 they didn't know or misread about 20% of the words. When rhey were 11-12 they got stumped on 5-9%. Haven't had a bad problem of repeats. Great way to get any kid party going. Right up there with charades and karaoke.
Now that the kids are 13-14 the adult version might stump them more, but really is more appropriate.
2007-07-21*
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Zoe
United States
Indiana
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7
May 2007*
Michael Mick
United States
Kentucky
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7
Aug 2007*
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Keith Warner
Canada
Edmonton
Alberta
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7
Jun 2009*
Dan Knudsen
United States
Nampa
Idaho
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7
Sep 2009*
Just about identical to Catch Phrase, just with slightly more familiar words so younger kiddos can play. Again, the electronic version is the way to go.
2009-10-12
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Scott Buckwalter
United States
Unspecified
Maryland
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6
Dec 2005*
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Jeffrey Van Ness
United States
Dunellen
NJ
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6
Apr 2008*
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Lonnie Kim
United States
San Jose
CA
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6
Jul 2009*
Canadian Dave
United States
Lehi
UT
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Wise men say, forgiveness is divine, but never pay full price for late pizza.
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6
Sep 2010
Justin Berman
United States
White River Junction
Vermont
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6
Nov 2010
Josiah Fiscus
United States
Pittsburgh (Monroeville)
Pennsylvania
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5
Jun 2012
Just like Catch Phrase, but with simpler clues. Adults can play this just fine, it will just get passed a lot faster as they will be easier to get your team to say. It also seems to have quite a few less clues than the full version, which makes it much easier to inadvertently memorize them. A good option for kids, but the full version is better if they can handle it.
2012-06-18
Beau Bailey
United States
Missoula
Montana
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4
Jul 2010

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