Tuesday, September 29, 2015

USAopoly Game Reviews


 
We love games, all games and we own a lot. Needless to say we needed more!  USAopoly sent my family 2 games to review and play! 



My family received Wonky The Crazy Cube Card Game & Tapple Fast Word Fun For Everyone to review. 

My children are ages 10, 12 and 15. I played and I will not tell my age lol but we all enjoyed each game greatly.

Wonky: The Crazy Cube Card Game

This game is recommended for 8 years and older and you need at least 2 players to play. Wonky retails for $19.95 and I can tell you below that it is well worth the price.

This had to be our favorite. This game was super easy to get started playing.

Watch a little of our silly game playing here on Youtube!


You open the box and see 9 blocks, 54 cards that tell you what to stack during the game and a storage bag.

To get started you simply draw cards and start stacking the odd shaped blocks to try to get the other players to make the tower fall on their turn! You will see there are some surprise cards that help change the game up, like reverse! 

This is a very fast paced game that can be played again and again. Most times when we played this we would go for 5 or 6 times and only have 15 minutes into game playing time. I actually love starting our mornings with short games to get good spirits moving and this has been one that I have used a lot since it arrived.

Tapple: Fast Word Fun For Everyone.  

Tapple is for ages 8 years and older and you need at least 2 people to play but can have no more than 8. Tapple retails for $19.95

The only missing component from this was batteries for the timer to operate.


Tapple is a wheel with the alphabet that you seriously tap the letters down while playing the game. To get started you simply pick a category card, then say a word that fits the card, tap the first letter of the word on the wheel and then pass the Tapple wheel to the next person.

There are 36 different cards with tons of categories to pick from.

My kids picked up very fast that they didn't need to know how to spell the word just the first sound. With my smallest son being dyslexic this was actually a really great game that was not intimidating to him. 


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