June 14, 2015

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Blurt - The Upoarious Word Race Game #Giveaway #Review #sponsored

Best-selling Blurt!® gets a make-over: brand-new box and game board, and even better party-ready game play! What word means “a partially dried grape?” Be the first to say “raisin” and you’re on your way to winning this riotous game of rapid word recall. Sounds simple, but as the race for the right word heats up and the blurting gets boisterous, it’s easy to get tongue-tied!

Shhh...They're Learning!
  • Improves vocabulary and word recall
  • Encourages quick thinking skills
  • Promotes good sportsmanship and social skills
Cut to the Chase
  • Fast-paced, rapid recall board game for all ages
  • Hilarious party game and perfect for family game night (also includes rules for the junior version)
  • Includes 200 cards (1,200 clues!), 6 game pieces, game board, die, and guide
  • For 3-12 players

This is a fun game for the entire family for family game night. If the kids want to head off and play games without mom and dad, this is a fun and fast paced game that they can do on their own and have a blast playing it.  It is  great vocabulary builder for kids as well, little do they know they are learning while playing.

Instructions are easy, roll the dies and read the corresponding clue "What word means a partially dried grape".  All players will blurt out their answers, the person who said "raisin" first is the winner and gets to move ahead!  The first player or team to make their way around the board wins.

Kids will have a blast playing this game, giggles ensue as words gets messed up and tongues tied.  A great game to keep the kids active as well as their minds active this summer!

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