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Winning Moves Games Guess Who? Board Game, Multicolor (1191)

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Description

  • Contains two plastic game units
  • Contains 48 Small Face Cards
  • Contains deck of 24 mystery face Cards
  • Illustrated Instructions included
  • Skill Level: starter
  • Number Of Players: 2 Players

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Customer Reviews

A Time-Bound ClassicI have memories of playing this game when I was younger. I might even go so far as to say that some, even most, are fond memories. The various faces with their hats, mustaches, and glasses are all back to challenge and entertain two people. Specifically two, because even buying two sets does not guarantee a 3 against 1 set up, unless, I suppose, you simply force people to ask questions of the person in a circle. Nonetheless, this game is fun and easy for kids. Most kids. My 5-year-old is an unabashed cheater at almost all games, including candy land. Seriously, hates losing a no-stakes game so much that given a few losses will stop playing--even if she won some as well. Sorry, a bit off topic. The game does not care if you rage quit, but if you toss or slam it all the little cards might come out. A classic game; I recommend it. 5Do not Recommend; Colors are off leading to FrustrationsI bought this for my daughter to work on her visual discrimination skills. I was really disappointed to find that some of the colors on the cards that are drawn don't match the colors on the board images. For example, black appears as black on the board images and as brown on the cards. As a result, my children unintentionally give incorrect answers leading to frustrating results. For example - one child asks "Does your person have black hair?" to which the other responds "No". This inevitably leads to accusations later in the game - "You said your person didn't have black hair!! You cheated!". When. in fact, no one cheated. Net, the cards do not look as intended and I would not purchase this version of the game. 1Classic game, not too great versionThe game itself is a classic win. I found fault in the quality. The pictures punch out, but for the kids, easy to tear when getting the game set up. Also, the kids have a hard time determining which hair is orange versus yellow. There are also only 2 eye colors... Blue and what looks like orange (weird). Also, the back piece to the '?' to keep track of your wins was missing for one play board so it won't snap in place.Another issue is when you flip down a person, it flips down the person in front 30-50% of the time because they spaced them too close when they made the game. I mean... Really? That would have been so easy to avoid.It is fun once you know what colors each other is calling each color.... Before that you can never guess the right person. The up side is even a 4-5 year old can play and not have to read... You just have to show them the person to guess or spell the name if they know letters. 2Really fun, easy game!My 11 yo son and I will play round after round of this game. What I like about this game:1. it's really easy to learn and play2. the names are all easy for him to read and pronounce3. the faces are easy to raise and flip down4. it really makes you think creatively in asking questions5. this is our go to game when we have some time to kill6. it's a little addictive7. keeps us off the screens and actually looking at each other's faces!!! 5The same fun game from the 80's but poorly made. I regret not buying the original Hasbro Retro version.I am a child of the 80's and so is my husband. Even though we were born in different countries, we both grew up playing this game. We both had the original Hasbro one, the version now called "Retro".We bought this for our 5 year old daughter and I was a little disappointed. This game is very cheaply made. The flaps are flimsy and they frequently hit the front row when you fold them down. The print quality is poor to the point it interferes with the game (the cards and the prints in the flaps don't quite match in color and generates some confusion...). The names are the same and the characters have similar features to the ones in the original version, but the illustrations are not as nice as in the original.The way you play the game is the same and it is nice and fun to play with the kids. I like the game, but I regret not buying the Hasbro Retro... 3The classic design best for modifyingThis is the classic design, which has a lot of online templates for modifications of the cards and themes. Great gift idea to personalize.This version also feels sturdier than the newer designs, which can be harder to fix or adjust. 4Not like the originalNot happy with this purchase. I own the original game and I do not like all the other versions that have come out. I was hoping this would be like the original but it is so cheaply made. While putting it together for my nephew on his birthday one of the pieces that holds the people broke. Had to send back and order another. If you are going to make the pieces cheap, at least send extra in case that happens. 2The game is fun but the product / manufacturing is terrible.Very rarely do I give bad reviews, but this product really deserves it. I remember this Guess Who from my childhood and had lots of fun playing this with friends and family. But this version of the game is absolutely terrible.#1. When we received the product, one of the card holders was broken. I tried to fix it with some glue so i did not have to return it, but it still would not work.#2 None of the pieces in the row actually line up with each other (See picture).#3 the cardboard that the faces come on seems more like paper than actual cardboard (See Picture). Two pieces had scratches on them already. You can tell that only the cheapest plastic possible was used to created this game. For the $25 price being charged on Amazon, you'd imagine it being a bit sturdier, but no, this is the type of plastic you can find in toys at the dollar store or Poundland.Also I thought that this game was made by Hasbro, but it is only licensed out by them to some company called Winning Moves Games.Please for the love of all that is good DO NOT BUY THIS GARBAGE to support a bad quality product for a formerly great game. 1... this for my 5 year old daughter because I loved it as a kidBought this for my 5 year old daughter because I loved it as a kid. In hindsight, I probably should have shelled out $20 for the retro version because of the little changes this one had that I don't like.A few notes:. The rows are very close together. When my daughter goes to fold down a person/piece, the row in front of it goes down too. They actually hit the row in front of them as you fold them down. At that point it becomes a domino effect.The hair colors are very difficult for a young person(and old) to differentiate. The red hair kind of looks like brown, the black hair kind of looks dark brown, so when you ask the hair color question, it gets dicey. 3Perfect for make-your-own Guess WhoTook out the photos and replaced them with pictures of our family members. Made a few "wilds" too to keep it interesting. Family loves it.Recommendations for rules:- no gender questions (boy/girl)- weird questions only (did they vote in the last presidential election? would they do a shot of whiskey with me? etc)wilds- pick your own person- after your opponent asks their 2nd question, you pick a new person & tell them they have to start over- "you automatically win" card - you play the whole game and when your opponent guesses, you show them you've already won.Our family finds those kinds of twists funny, make them to your tastes. 5
Winning Moves Games Guess Who? Board Game, Multicolor (1191)

Winning Moves Games Guess Who? Board Game, Multicolor (1191)

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 86.00
Sale price
AU$ 86.00
Regular price
AU$ 142.00
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Save 39% (AU$ 56.00)