Hasbro’s newest addition to their Cranium collection is called Scribblish, and it recently arrived on our doorstep. I accepted the review as an opportunity to donate the game to Toys For Tots, so we have not actually opened the game. But the concept seems quite enjoyable and I just might have to add this one to our closet eventually!
Cranium Scribblish is a hilarious new game that’s like a cool mashup of the old schoolyard favorite, “The Telephone Game” and Pictionary. Simple, outrageous, and a ton of fun. Everybody grabs a card, chooses a caption, and then tries their best to draw it in 45 seconds. From there you pass on your drawing (now with the original caption concealed) to another player, who has to write a caption for your sketch. This mayhem continues around the room with more sketches and captions until the end when everyone tries to figure out how “this” became “that”. Oh, and if you’re not exactly a Picasso, no problem. Stick figures work just fine.
Indulge your inner doodler with Cranium Scribblish. Guaranteed fun for ages 8 to 80ish. Would you like to experience this clever new game?
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