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USAOPOLY Telestrations Original 8 Player, Family Board Game, A Fun Family Game for Kids and Adults

The Phone Game Sketched Out, Family Game Night, Usaopoly Telestrations Original 8 Player, 8 Players

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What We Like

  • Features over 1700 words, 8 erasable sketch books, 8 dry erase markers, 8 clean-up cloths that offers long hours of fun play
  • The board game is suitable for all families, small parties and friends
  • The game requires no drawing skills that makes it easy to play with


  • The mrkers may dry up with time

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 168,633 reviews for 321 products in the Board Games category.

We then analyzed 360 reviews for this product. Of these, 26 reviews were recent.

100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

9.79 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Easy to use
  • Giftable
  • Overall satisfaction
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  • Quality of material
  • Recommended age group
  • Value for money
  • Common Questions


    Is this supposed to come with 8 booklets with 8 pages each or is one of those booklets supposed to only have 6 pages?


    Yes. We have 8 books for the set and it is a great game that we enjoy playing with children and adults.


    It doesn't say that the 8 player is harder than the 6 player for ages 6 and up. What do you mean by that?


    I've played both and the only difference between them is Telestrations After Dark is the adult version, but the original should be the same for both.


    How many people are required to play a game?


    If you want it to be fun, you should want at least 4 players, if you have more than 4 players, it gets really comical.


    Is it possible to play with as little as 4 people in the 12 player version?


    My daughter had the smaller version and we had to take turns, it was so fun I wanted the larger version so everyone could play.


    Is it possible to play the game with regular paper and pens instead of the dry erase markers?


    It's much easier and more fun to make your own version of many games if you can.

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