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Vendor: SET Enterprises
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Another favorite is Quiddler. It introduces questions like what are you doing when you yot or yote? Our whole family learned the answer to this and more, when someone had to defend their use of the word while playing this game. We encourage dictionary usage so you can share the definition of your words with your fellow players. With some help, even the very young can play . . . and win!
Nana026645 Stars Out Of 5Quiddler - fun for everyoneMay 3, 2016Nana02664Quality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0A fun game for those 8 years to 100 yrs. It helps to sharpen your word skills and teaches the younger children to spell and form words. Lots of fun for everyone.
jovanSoutheast OhioAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5My Adult Kids Like ItJanuary 11, 2015jovanSoutheast OhioAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My adult kids enjoy all sorts of games. I got sets of Quiddler for all their families for Christmas. It was a little different from the board and card games they usually play. It wasn't hard to pick up on the rules. We are hoping this is a game that school age children can participate in as well.
TXmommyTXAge: 25-345 Stars Out Of 5Unique word gameAugust 17, 2011TXmommyTXAge: 25-34Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought this game based solely on description and reviews - we have not been disappointed! The more we play it, the more we like it. We have brought it out at two game days now with friends and it has been a hit. Game play: game consists of eight hands. The first hand everyone is dealt three cards, each subsequent hand has one card added so that by the eighth and final hand, there are ten cards. You basically have to make words with the cards in your hand, drawing and discarding to accomplish this. You lay down your hand, with word or words and you MUST have one discard! (This part gets frustrating because sometimes you want to use all your cards, but it also makes it interesting!) My six year old has played with us, he enjoys the game but needs help rearranging the cards in his hand and "seeing" the words. (He rated this game 4 stars.) Overall, we really enjoy this game and it works well with kids, adults, and groups - we recommend Quiddler!
grmaredheadIowaAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5August 7, 2011grmaredheadIowaAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My friends all have Quiddler and I used to borrow their game. Now I have my own and am sooooo happy!!!!
Laura Nesbitt5 Stars Out Of 5December 30, 2008Laura NesbittGreat game for all ages to play together. The younger ones can spell easier words, while the older ones can spell harder words. Lots of fun and very portable!