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Race to beat the timer using classic guessing, acting, sketching, sculpting, and word-puzzling skills. – Cranium
Are you ready for some fast fun? I received the new Cranium Brain Breaks to try with the kids. We really enjoyed this because it was fast and very easy to play.
The rules are pretty simple: you need to work TOGETHER to complete as many activities as possible. You can also play as teams if you wanted to make it competitive like my boys did. Here are two examples of the challenges:
Everything is included and has its own spot inside the “brain”. Included is the timer which lasts for 60 seconds, the amount of time you have to complete each of the challenge cards. Or you can make it last longer, it is up to you. There are 200 games to play which include the classic categories: Creative Cat, Word Worm, Star Performer and Data Head.
Our Take: We really enjoyed this game and have played it several times when we had a few minutes. My boys won’t sit for a long game so this is just the right play time and it is fun to boot! With so many different games (200 to be exact), it is like a new game every time! I would definitely get this to give as a birthday gift or for the nephews this Christmas.
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