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Like charades, if instead of gestures and mime, you only have a small number of pictures and impressions you can show to people in a particular order. I don't care much for gesturing and miming, and like the clever way that the concept board and tokens can be used, so I know which I like better. Fantastic party game when you want everyone on the same team and don't care about scoring.
Wanted to grab this fun party game (more of an activity) before the Wheaton effect. Was a hit the first time we brought it out and we didn't even bother keeping score. A lot of the concepts are hard to get across, but I suppose that's the challenge to the "game". Love the high player count (the box says 4-12+) and looking forward to many, many more plays.
(11/15) 8. Love this party game. One of those you can just set up and people can wander in and out. "Charades for writers" is a very apt description. (9/17) 8. Don't pull this out as much as I'd like, but still hits when I do. Great game.
As described, a bit of a cross between Pictionary (without people drawing) and Charades (without people miming), and scoring a little like Dixit. Playing in teams of 2 works well with Adult/Child combinations - comfortably played 8 this way. A fun, family game with plenty of amusement.