|User||Rating||Min. Age||Adults Too||Comment
|runehardt||7||5||Yes || I think this is great game to play with the younger kids. I have played it with just adults at a game convention and we had quite a few laughs.
The little ones enjoy the scoring system. It is very tactile and colorful which I think they are drawn to. My 10 year old daughter usually asks to play this when I ask her to play something. It's very light and simple and short.
|musicmom||6||4||Some ||My kids like this game and ask for it quite a bit. It's quick and fun.
|Styro||5||6||No ||My kids enjoyed this game, but I couldn't stand it. Thus I have crushed their enthusiasm by rejecting it everytime they request it or by forcing them to play by themselves. And the scoring is complicated enough that they really can't do it alone.
For me, this game is just a lamer version of Apples to Apples Jr. I would much rather play A2A Jr which I consider a fun game. Whoonu just adds a clunky, time-wasting scoring system to the simple A2A Jr game and it sucks the fun right out of it.