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Scene It? Jr.
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The world's first DVD board game for "8 and ups" is jammed full of real movie and TV clips, musical artists, athletes and some of today's hottest stars, including Frankie Muniz, Hillary Duff and Shaquille O'Neal. With tons of on-screen challenges, trivia questions, movie and TV clips, Scene It? Jr. offers everything kids want and parents just don't understand.
Players: 2 - 4
Time: 30 - 60 minutes
Ages: 8 and up
Weight: 989 grams
In order to play Scene It? Jr., you will have to provide a TV, DVD player, and remote.
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is a domestic item.
- 1 DVD
- Flextime Game Board
- 4 Collectible Metal Tokens
- 160 Trivia Cards
- 30 Buzz Cards
- 4 Category Reference Cards
- 1 Six-Sided Numbered Die
- 1 Eight-Sided Category Die
- Set of Game Rules
Average Rating: 2 in 1 review
When it comes to kids movies, Disney is a major power player. So making a Kids DVD game without any Disney movie clips or questions is a bit like making a hamburger without the meat. It may fill you up, but it won't taste nearly as good. Junior edition served a purpose, it allowed kids to play the game their parents were enjoying, but it lacked a large amount of material.
In all honesty, I wish the 2 games were combined. The Disney DVD and Junior DVD both contain some good clips and questions. Yes, they're a bit easy for adults but feel just right for the kids. Besides the kids have probably watched these movies multiple times, and the adults are lucky if they've seen them even once.
Again, this game loses a couple stars from my review of the original Scene It Movie Edition, because there are too many boring card questions and they left out a huge hunk of material by not having the Disney movies.