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Store:  Strategy Games, Party Games
Edition:  Pictionary
Series:  Pictionary

Pictionary: Bend-A-Clues

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Ages Players
12+ 3 or more

Designer(s): Rob Angel

Publisher(s): Hasbro

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Product Description

Product Information

  • Designer(s): Rob Angel

  • Publisher(s): Hasbro

  • Year: 2011

  • Players: 3 or more

  • Ages: 12 and up

  • Weight: 525 grams

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Product Reviews


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Blah. Definitely shows it's age.
March 02, 2005

How can I say this nicely? I really used to love you Pictionary. When I was younger there was nothing as exciting as playing you again and again. But I've found a new game that lets me draw and do other things as well. Meet Cranium. Please don't cry, it's not you; it's me. What can I say, I just need variety in my games.

But seriously people, if you are still playing Pictionary in large groups, seek help. Cranium therapy is desperately needed. Some people just don't like drawing, and therefore Pictionary unfairly gives advantages to those who can draw best. With games like Cranium, you get variety so everyone can be a contender. Pictionary is one game that should really be put out to pasture.

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.

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