Family game night at our house is a weekly thing. My kids love to play games with my husband, I, and it gives us all some much needed family fun time. We are always looking for fun new games to play and this one fits the bill for us. Now that the price has been reduced to under $11 how can you pass it up.
The game plays just like the hit TV game show. Contestants spin a wheel and guess for the correct letter to spell out a word. The first one to guess the word is the winner of that round. This game plays with real TV show sound effects so it makes you feel like you are playing the real thing. It features a large easy-to-read LCDscreen and buttons. It has over 1,000 puzzles so you will get hours of play out of this game before getting the same word again. It is great fun and can make family game night at your house fun and exciting. Be sure to buy yours today while it is so inexpensive.
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