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Guess Who? Board Game

Guess Who? Board Game

  • Logic-based board game
  • Try to deduce the identity of their opponent’s mystery person
  • Ask the right questions to eliminate the wrong faces
  • Assembly required
  • For 2 players

There’s a mystery person on your opponent’s card. Can you find the matching face in the crowd’ Start with a gameboard full of silly-looking characters, then ask the right questions to eliminate the wrong faces! If you’re first to discover your oppone

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List Price: $ 17.99

Price: $ 19.98

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  • Blah:

    Review by Blah for Guess Who? Board Game
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    This is basically a game of elimination. You ask a yes or no question like Does your person have blond hair? Your opponent answers and so on until one of your identities is discovered. Iknow from that it sounds a little boring. Trust me it’s not. I’ve played this game for hours at a time before. Best of all it helps children to think logically and form relevant questions. A great gift.

  • Anonymous:

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    We bought this game 4 or 5 years ago, and were terribly DISAPPOINTED. Here’s why: the distribution of characteristics among the suspects is very unbalanced. For instance, out of 48 possible people, only 6 are female. Right there, that makes a “female” round go very quickly. Only a few wear glasses or earrings or hats. For this reason, the game is too simple for any but the youngest players (5-6 year olds); older kids will be bored after one or two rounds. This game could have been exciting and challenging. It would have been great if they had included different faces/cards to allow different challenge levels.

  • Trivimp:

    Review by Trivimp for Guess Who? Board Game
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    My kids, ages six and ten, love to play this game together. Finding something they both enjoy happens about as frequently as a total eclipse of the sun, so that ought to tell you something right there. The plastic frames are a little flimsy for my taste, but you can play this game even if you are missing a card or two, so I anticipate getting lots of use out of this one.

  • The Movie Critic:

    Review by The Movie Critic for Guess Who? Board Game
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    Guess Who is a game that is recommended for kids, yet all ages will have fun playing it. Guess Who is about finding out your opponents identity by asking questions about what their character looks like. Through this process, characters are eliminated till there is only one remaining. Guess Who certainly provides a lot of fun. It will help kids to think and will keep them amused at the same, making it good for educational value. Also, the game is very durable. The boards are made from pretty strong plastic and won’t break easily. Also the cards that the characters are on are protected by a plastic covering and they don’t get ruined easily.So Guess Who is a fun, educational and durable game that is fun for all ages.

  • Anonymous:

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    There are two great things about this game: (1) it is enjoyable even for adults, because it involves a creative new approach to deductive reasoning (don’t worry if that sounds complicated; it’s not) each time you play; and (2) there are no small parts to get lost — everything is attached to the game board except for a stack of cards and even if you lose a few cards the game works. I think that the age range is WAY overstated — I have played with my son since he was four and recently gave it to a family with 3 year old twins, and they can all play with no problem; so this is good for families with different=aged kids. Generally, my son is done playing before I am and there are very few things I can say that about!

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