- Electronic Pictionary Man
Electronic Pictionary Man combines Pictionary with charades to bring out the actor and artist in everybody! Get one of over 2,000 clues from the LCD display on the bottom of 7 1/2" tall Pictionary Man's foot, then draw right on him and his props. Act out the answer before the buzzer goes off to score. Cleverly use Pictionary Man and both of his props to help your team guess the answer. If you fall behind, you'll have a great opportunity to catch up in the Challenge Round. Be the team that scores the most to claim victory! Requires 3 'AAA' batteries (not included).
- Pictionary Card Game
In Pictionary Card Game, no drawing is required! Your team races to act out a clue using nothing but the simple images on each Picture Card. You can combine them, build scenes with them, use them as props...whatever it takes for your teammate to guess the answer. First team to guess 5 clues wins Pictionary Card Game!
- Backseat Drawing
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but can you give instructions on how to draw it? That's exactly what you'll need to do in Backseat Drawing! Two teams race to correctly guess what their own team members are drawing. The catch is that the artists don't know what they are drawing - they can only follow the instructions given by another team member called "The Director". The Directors look at the item on the challenge card then give drawing instructions to the artists as the rest of the team members try desperately to guess what is being drawn. The first team to identify the item that is being drawn wins one point. Directors, artists, and guessers rotate within the teams and the next round starts. The first team to earn seven points wins the game!
- Backseat Drawing Junior
Now the whole family can get in on the drawing action with Backseat Drawing Junior! In Backseat Drawing Junior, two teams race to correctly guess what their own team members are drawing. The catch is that the artists don't know what they are drawing - they can only follow the instructions given by another team member called "The Director". The Directors look at the item on the challenge card then give drawing instructions to the artists as the rest of the team members try desperately to guess what is being drawn. The first team to identify the item that is being drawn wins one point. Directors, artists, and guessers rotate within the teams and the next round starts. The first team to earn seven points wins the game!
- Cartoon It!
Sharpen your memory and your drawing pencil as you play this fun, fast-paced memory game with an artistic twist! You'll have 30 seconds to memorize a cartoon character with six specific features shown on the Character Card. When time is up, all players draw their cartoon character from memory using hints from the Features Board. The player with the sharpest memory scores the most points, and you'll have hilarious fun comparing your drawings! Cartoon It! promotes drawing and memory skills and is perfect for the entire family.
- Disney Pictionary DVD Game
Speed, not artistry, is the key to Pictionary games aimed at the younger set. Playing out like charades except by drawing on paper rather than flailing around, this party game has been popular for more than 20 years now. The Disney DVD version is geared toward kids and has been created with hundreds of characters, places, and things from the vaults of the renowned kid-friendly empire. In this classic game of quick draw, players try to correctly guess the identity of words and phrases that are being sketched before anyone else. It takes a quick hand and good guesswork to beat out opponents who are thinking along the same lines as you. To make the fun even more engaging, there is an included DVD with this version that provides a new twist. When a game card reads "DVD," have the disc ready in a player, grab the remote, and be prepared to shout out your answer first as a studio animator draws images for you to see on your television screen.
- Don't Drink and Draw
It's party mayhem in this hilarious game where every player draws and guesses on every turn! Choose your Person, Action and Location cards, then draw the combination. Whether it is Madonna throwing up on the moon or Batman doing a striptease in Central Park, everyone is guaranteed laughs as they guess each other's drawings. Don't Drink and Draw is the natural rowdy successor to Pictionary in party drawing games!
- Sketch It!
Draw fast and have a blast with Sketch It! Roll the die, grab your pencil and GO! Sketch too quickly and the others will be baffled. Sketch too carefully and you'll miss your chance to score big. With a mixture of accurate sketching and sharp guessing, your team will surely triumph!
Think fast - the clock is ticking! First, make a word using the letters in your hand and on the Sketchword board. Then, sketch it! If someone guesses your word before time runs out, you score, and so does the player who guessed. Each turn is a gamble: do you go for a short, easy word for low points, or do you take a chance on your drawing skills and go for a harder word with a bigger reward? Sketchword combines the best of word games and the best of drawing games all in one box! For 3 or more players ages 10 and up.
- Skribble Dash!
Skribble Dash is a crazy fun doodling game for friends and family! If you can draw an egg or perhaps the sun, then you can play Skribble Dash. Just roll the dice to choose a category. The harder the clue, the more points you and the guesser will earn. Skribble Dash will keep everyone on their toes trying to guess what the player is drawing!
Squiggle is the game that will stretch your imagination to it's limits! In Squiggle, players have a limited amount of time to create a picture or object from a random line - otherwise known as a squiggle. The Squiggle Score Book provides a point value for over 870 different pictures and objects that you may create, while measuring players and teams creativity. Playing Squiggle will unlock creativity you never knew you had!
- Squiggle Connect
Squiggle Connect is a hilarious drawing game where players compete by changing a squiggly line into a picture. No artistic talent required...just your imagination! It all starts with a roll of the dot cube and then the dots are connected by random lines using the connect cube. Once everyone has their unique squiggly line in front of them, play begins. Players have 60 seconds to transform their wavy and wacky line into a picture. They can be as simple or detailed as they want. Winner of the National Parenting Publications Gold Award.
Telestrations is the laugh-out-loud sketch, pass and guess party game where players simultaneously draw what they see, then guess what they saw for hilarious and unpredictable outcomes every time! It's easy to learn, simple to play, and social, as everyone plays at the same time! Instant fun & laughter for 4 to 8 players, ages 13 and up.
- Who, What, Where?
Who, What, Where? is the drawing game where everyone makes a scene! Each player grabs a card from the Who, What, and Where card piles. The "who" can be anybody from Abe Lincoln to Prince Charles to Beethoven. The "what" could be performing ballet, sumo wrestling, or flying a kite. The "where" ranges from a bathtub to Egypt to in prison. Now, draw your Who, What, Where combination, and see if the other players can guess what it is. Thousands of possibilities exist. The worse your drawing is, the more fun the game can be! Sure to provide lots of laughs!
- Who, What, Where? - Jr.
Who, What, Where? - Junior is the funny drawing game for kids! In this outrageous drawing game the object is to try to get other players to guess the WHO, WHAT and WHERE scene you've drawn. To play, each player picks a WHO card, a WHAT card and a WHERE card and then begins drawing the ridiculous scene described on the cards. You might get a bear riding a bike in a cave, a cow jumping rope on a train, a dog playing soccer on the moon, plus thousands of other fun-to-draw combinations! Other players try to guess what was drawn for points, and the player with the most points wins!
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