This game is aimed at kids and it would make a great kids game but I can tell you from experience get a group of adults together and this is an all out blast to play. It keeps kids and adults entertained for hours trying to win.
This is classic electronic catch phrase with over a thousand updated new phrases for 2009. You have to guess fast, then pass the game, fast so you will not get caught holding it when the buzzer goes off. Once you pick this game up it very hard to put it down. It has an electronic timer and built-in scorekeeper so you do not have to worry about who is winning or losing. The game comes with all the Catch Phrase rules. Say it fast, play it fast, it is a blast. How quickly can you get your teammates to say backseat driver? Pay through the nose? Or Strong, silent type? You can do or say, just about anything to get them to guess the phrase, just no words from the phrase can be used. It is a blast to play for kids and adults so catch on to the hot game of catch phrase. Do not wait order yours today and start having loads of fun.
Electronic Catch Phrase is available at Amazon for $19.99.
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