Spin Master Games The Logo Board Game Ages 12+, 1 ea
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The board is a cool and colorful circular pattern allowing the winning teams to get closer and closer to the center to the final card area. The game provides you with two tokens for two teams, but you could easily find some other trinkets and add three or four more teams to the game. I would suggest three or four teams. Also have a pad of paper with this one - it helps when drawing.
You could draw a card that might ask you to "Describe It" - meaning the Logo/Company without using words of the company name in your description, `sounds like' or anything too obvious to the answer. You could pick a card that says "Draw It" and without actually drawing the name or logo of the company and not using letters or numbers you have to figure out a way to creatively draw the image so it can be guessed. Or, my favorite card you could draw is "Do It", meaning you have to act out the company or business so your teammate can guess it. It's hysterical some are as easy as a Frisbee to as hard as Bob's Big Boy. (Not as easy as you would think!)
There is another section that proves also very hysterical each time it's played. It's called "Reveal It" and what happens is a card is put in a special slot in the time device and then when the button in back is pushed the wall slowly lowers to reveal a Logo Image. The first team to guess it wins. Like I said sometime it was too quick other times it was hysterical cause everyone knew it but couldn't remember the name.
All of this is timed of course and they say :30 seconds. However it was literally impossible to anything in :30 seconds so we added our own timer to make it a minute. And, most of the time, that wasn't long enough either, but we figured that was a safe time.
The only downside to the game is the time itself. It's big and bulky and a little clunky to set and reset all the time. You have the pull the mechanism in the front up and the push a button in the back to start it. It usually never worked the first time which is why we have our own timer. Strange design for a time, but I think it was really made for the "Revile It" part of the game.
Other than the most cumbersome and obnoxiously constructed timer, the game is really fun. A lot of laughs, creativity engaging, and performance stylized segments - and - you'll be amazed at both how much we remember and how much we forget. Great for all ages, but the younger crowd may not know the older products.