Who Would Win from Gamewright Party Game Teens Tweens Product Review

 

Manufacturer: Gamewright
Recommended Age: 12 years and up
Retail Price: $9.99
On the Web: www.gamewright.com
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Who Would Win from Gamewright Party Game Teens Tweens Product Review



Who would win a hot dog contest: Donald Trump or Albert Einstein? Settle this and other timeless debates in this hilarious party game of improbable celebrity matchups. Draw cards and then convince the judge why your character would win a randomly chosen event. Get the most votes and there’s no debate who wins the game!

Details:

  • 3 or more players
  • Ages 12 and up
  • Contents: 200 cards, sand timer, rules of play
  • Playing Time: about 15 minutes



There is no question that Who Would Win is an easy to use game. As long as you have the minimum amount of players (3) then gameplay is fun and intuitive. We found that the more players you have playing with this one, the easier and more fun it is for everyone. With such an interesting, easy-to-understand concept, Who Would Win is a great game for groups and parties to pick up and get laughing with in no time!

Designed for kids ages 12 and up (meaning older kids, teens, tweens, even parents), there are no durability concerns whatsoever.

Who Would Win is a card based game, but the fun doesn’t lie in the visual design. There is nothing objectionable about it, but there isn’t anything either that jumps off the shelf (or out of the box) at you and demands to be played!

From a game play and functionality perspective, Who Would Win works well. The concept is a fun and simple one to understand, and players can quickly and easily enjoy the interaction. Add in the fact that each time you play Who Would Win different people and scenarios are bound to come up keeping the game fresh and simple!

With a suggested retail price of just $9.99, our team couldn’t have been any happier with the price. While small, the game itself doesn’t exactly feel inconsequential – it actually feels fairly substantial. Add that to the low $9.99 price tag and you are looking at a pretty fairly priced card game.

Fortunately or unfortunately, there are several games on the market these days that operate on the basis of comparisons. We love the ways that Who Would Win tries to distinguish itself from a pack including games like Apples to Apples, but we just don’t feel it is that uniquely different.

If you are on the hunt for a game that your older kids will enjoy playing with their friends in a group or party situation – you are on the right track. Who Would Win is an easy to use, easy to learn game that the gang will get lots of laughs out of. The pricing is perfect and there are no durability issues. While Who Would Win might not be the first comparison game of it’s kind – it is one that you won’t be disappointed in. Who Would Win is a quality, fun, lighthearted game for your family’s enjoyment!