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The game of verbal explosions for kids, Outburst Junior gives each player 60 seconds to shout out answers to questions like, "Name the foods found in a lunch box." But the right answers aren't necessarily the most obvious—and that's what makes this game so much fun. Pick from hundreds of topics for thousands of outbursts and hours of fun. Game includes 2 decks of cards, viewer/cardholder, score card with scoring glides, 60-sec. timer, and bonus number die. For 2 or more players in teams. Ages 7 and up. Made in USA, some parts imported.
|Package Length:||10.6 inches|
|Package Width:||7.9 inches|
|Package Height:||2.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.5 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 12 reviews|
The game of verbal explosions for kids
With 400 topics, bonus points, and options for younger or older players
For 2 or more players or teams
For ages 7 and up
Includes topic cards, cardholder, score card with scoring glides, timer, and bonus number die
|Average Customer Review: ( 12 customer reviews )
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21 of 21 found the following review helpful:
Kids Get to Show What They Know! Dec 06, 2002
By L. Shirley
"Laurie's Boomer Views"
I have had "Outburst Junior" sitting on my game shelf for many years now. My kids are grown now, but recently I had some young visitors and remembering all the hours of fun we had with this game in years past(It's still in great shape), I thought it would be a great way to keep these youngsters entertained. And it was! The object is to try and YELL out as many items in a specific catagory, as you can think of in a limited amount of time.The kids loved this as they got to show off what they knew and use their "outside voices" as well! In the edition I have(hopefully it is still the same), there are cards picked at random that decide the catagories, there is one side for kids subjects(name the 7 dwarves etc, and the other side of the card is for the adults and the subjects are of course a little harder. So there's a level playing field, the kids can compete with you and you DON'T have to let them win. It's fun, a great break from TV and video games, and it makes them THINK! Even if their just playing against other kids, they'll enjoy it.I would definitly reccomend this for school age kids and their parents.
24 of 26 found the following review helpful:
Great Fun for the Whole Family Dec 02, 1999
We LOVE this game! We have two boys (ages 7 and 10) and this is one of the few games that we all seem to enjoy because both boys can be successful but it's interesting and challenging for adults too. Nobody whines when we suggest turning off the TV to play!
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
A wonderful FAMILY game! Feb 25, 2003
There is nothing better (at times at least ) than a game that the whole family enjoys playing. Our 8-year old and 6-year old love to play this game with us and it helps the youngest's reading, counting (on the board) and knowledge for both of them. The only problem is our youngest who is 3 1/2 wants to play and she is a bit too young and winds up getting frustrated and frustrating us all in turn.
A nice small game to bring on vacation and even play in the car or airplane - for all ages (the youngest ones need to be on a team with someone older and the older ones need patience.)
15 of 16 found the following review helpful:
A quick-thinking game Nov 30, 1999
This fast-paced game is so much fun,who'd of thought it would be educational too? It is a game that both parents and kids can find challanging. Players take turns trying to come up with 10 words that fit in a particular category before time runs out. Children with a high vocabulary do best, I think, because it can be frustrating at times.
13 of 14 found the following review helpful:
toy enthusiast Sep 19, 2001
My 12 year old daughter loves playing this game with our family. The only problem is we have played so much that we know all of the cards. They should make a booster box of cards like some other games have.
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