Gamewright Outfoxed! A Cooperative Whodunit Board Game
Contains Rules Of Play And In Spanish, Ages 5 And Up, A Cooperative Whodunit Board Game
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What buyers say about Gamewright Outfoxed! A Cooperative Whodunit Board Game
There is no guessing or luck in this game, which is great for all ages. Nice components and length is great, and it is truly cooperative with no alpha-gamer role.
Kids are looking at what the other rolls and reveals and are learning to evaluate the facts in order to get different types of facts.
To an adult, this is a no-brainer, but to a five-year-old, it's just how to determine if a suspect is innocent or guilty using clues and the results from a clue-finding device.
This game is great for kids and adults and takes some of the same concepts as other classic games like Guess Who and Yahtzee.
We worked out some little hacks to help us remember clues and have fun even though the fox is approaching. We renamed all of the characters with names of cousins and grandparents.
Is it possible to play this game multiple times or is the process always the same?
It is similar to the game of clue but with a different suspect each time.
I bought agift and noticed duplicative clue cards. Can anyone tell me if it's the same thing?
We opened ours atand didn't have any fox icon or clue cards, so I contacted Playwright and they said they could send replacements in less than 2 weeks.
Is this too long for a smart 9 year old?
There are instructions that shorten or lengthen the game, as need be, including changing the number of spaces the fox moves when a roll is unsuccessful.
Is there a defect with the decoder that never shows the green circle on the clue cards?
We played a whole round before we realized the card wasn't in all the way, but my 5 year old was able to push one all the way in when she tried it backwards.
How is it sealed?
I can't remember, but it was shrink wrapped.