Decent party game. The biggest thing lacking is enough question cards. After only 3 plays, we pretty much went through the whole deck of cards and I have learned most of the 1st and 2nd round questions. Plus 2nd edition did little to correct the probelm if a member of the opposite sex was knoweldgable about the "other side's" area of expertise. 1st edition, if a guy was a cook or a lady a sportsfan, they had this game locked up. 2nd edition, though I don't remember the categories, had similar problems.
Joshua's First Game. probably Joshua's favorite game. I don't mind this as much as some of the others because it goes really fast. Only the special candy spaces add some luck but it doesn't seem as bad as Chutes & Ladders.
Conundrum on this expansion. I keep it mixed in my other main Carc tiles and play with it everytime I play. So it should be a 9 or 10 for the amount I use it. However, the expansion was very disappointing in what it offered. It had the potential to add some real unique tiles instead of a rehash of what we already had. So for design and my ability to recommend it, I give it a 3. Overall, I'll place it a 4 and leave it at that.
Joshua loves the game so I play it with him and will leave it at a 4. But of all the children games, I like this the least. Too much back and forth with too much luck in the big gains and losses. Once the boys are past this age, I'm dropping it to a 2!
Like Apples to Apples but with pictures. A decent party game that I just don't enjoy. It is too subjective like their other title, Say Anything. But this is a game my friends and family would like so I recommend it to them.