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Roll the die. Now you have just seconds to come up with a musical group, a vegetable and a type of show all beginning with the letter "c".
The clock is ticking! Should you go with carrot or cauliflower?
Choose carefully! Only unique answers score. If you answer matches another player's, you earn no points!
With over 190 categories and 20 letters, the combinations are endless. For fast-thinking fun, the answer is categorically Scattegories!
Players: 2 - 6
Ages: 12 and up
Est. time to learn: 5-10 minutes
Weight: 1,377 grams
In order to play Scattergories, you will have to provide 2 AAA batteries
Language Requirements: This is a domestic item. Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English.
- 6 folders
- 48 category cards
- 1 answer pad
- 6 pencils
- 1 20-sided die
- 6 plastic clips
- 1 timer
- 1 die-rolling board
Average Rating: 4.8 in 4 reviews
Scattergories is an ah-mazing game that I am so happy was invented. It is a game which all family members will love and enjoy. It tests your common knowledge, vocabulary, and the fun and talkative side of you. I love the variety of categories from Food to Gemstones. Trying to create or think of a word that fits into both the right letter and right category makes your brain stir, which I LOVE. Everyone must have scattergories!
The game is great with friends and almost anybody! One idea about only 12 cards is to play them with a different letter. Make sure you don't play the same letter with the same card when you still remember answers to that letter. Just roll the die again. Scattergories challenges your thinking skills, and puts them to the timer!
This is a great game to play with family and friends. The only drawback that we have found so far, is the non-availability of additional category cards. Once all 12 cards have been played, it can be repetitive. If anyone happens to know how to get additional category cards, please email us with information. Thank you.
Scattergories is a game I can get family members to play-- and my family generally doesn't like games! It's basically an exercise in thinking fast under pressure and using your storehouse of vocabulary and knowledge. With twelve lists and 20 different letters, there's a lot of variation to gameplay. It would be very simple to invent your own category lists to play with for variety's sake, though I've never played this game enough to reach the point.