Thursday, October 27, 2011

Northstar Games- Say Anything- TOS Review


A second game by NorthStar Games... Say Anything.  Ok, so the title alone makes me smile.  Just because I'm the kind of person who likes to be witty and come up with off-the-wall answers.  **Just a little truth for ya in case you're new here and didn't already know that!**  :)

 This is a light-hearted game about what you (and your friends or family think). It will get people talking, laughing and having fun in minutes.  You can play it with 3-6 family members (ages 8 and up)or as a party game with adults (might I add it can be HILARIOUS with adults).  This game gives you the chance to Say Anything!!

Here's more specifics on the game:
The game has 60 question cards with a total of 360 topics, 6 dry erase pens and 6 dry erase boards, 1 SELECT-O-MATIC-6000 which is a spinner used to determine player order, 12 player tokens, 1 dry erase score board, and 1 full color rules booklet.
Basically, Say Anything is a simple game to play but lots of fun:
1. Each player at his/her turn asks a question from the currently drawn card.
2. Everyone else writes their answer on their dry erase board and turns it face-up on the playing area.
3. The current player secretly chooses their favorite answer given by the other players.
4. The other players choose which of the answers given might be the one the current player guessed and place their tokens on the appropriate
answer boards.
5. Each player gets points based on who selected the current answer and according to the scoring rules.

**North Star Games says that it takes approximately 2 minutes to learn the game and about 30 minutes to play.**

Say Anything Family Edition game sells for around $19.99 and can be purchased from places like, Target and other retail stores.

To see what my fellow Crew Mates had to say about Say Anything, visit the Homeschool Crew Blog to read more.

**Disclosure: My review and opinion written in this post is entirely my own. This product was provided to me for free in exchange for my review as a member of the 2011-2012 The Old Schoolhouse Magazine Homeschool Crew.

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