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Color Wheels

This colorful card game offers a creative cross between dominos and rummy. Players take turns adding the 12-sided cards into swirling lines by matching their colored panels. Don't get too comfortable, though--your opponents can Slice the line and Splice it into new formations, or Splatter and Slam you with a penalty. Simple enough for children 8 and up, but with plenty of challenge for adults, it will have you taking the art of the win to a whole new level. Made in China.

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Item ID
21732
Ages
Ages 6 to Adult
Made from
card stock, ink
Measurements
5' L x 5" W x 1.5" H

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ARRAY GAME
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Educational (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Children (3)
  • Family (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
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5.0

Wonderful Family Game

By 

from Indianapolis, Indiana

About Me Parent

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Pros

  • Easy To Play
  • Educational
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Adults
    • Children
    • Family

    Comments about ARRAY GAME:

    I have 3 kids aged 18, 13, and 12 - and it's hard to get them all to sit down and enjoy the same activity - until we got the Array game from Funnybone Toys. It's really easy to learn - really a game of dominoes but going out in not just 2 directions - also 3 and 4 directions. It's easy enough and quick enough to keep everyone's attention, and still allow us to talk as we play. I feel like we had some true quality "family time" playing this - especially when my mother decided to play also. A game like Array, that is small, easy to carry, quick to learn, and fun to play with 3 generations of family members is a real keeper.

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    • No
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    • Self
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    5.0

    Awesome Family Game

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    from Indianapolis, Indiana

    About Me Parent

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Easy To Play
    • Educational
    • Entertaining
    • Fun
    • Interactive

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Adults
      • Children
      • Family
      • Travel

      Comments about ARRAY GAME:

      I have 3 kids aged 18, 13, and 12 - and it's hard to get them all to sit down and enjoy the same activity - until we got the Array game from Funnybone Toys. It's really easy to learn - really a game of dominoes but going out in not just 2 directions - also 3 and 4 directions. It's easy enough and quick enough to keep everyone's attention, and still allow us to talk as we play. I feel like we had some true quality "family time" playing this - especially when my mother decided to play also. A game like Array, that is small, easy to carry, quick to learn, and fun to play with 3 generations of family members is a real keeper.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
      • Who was the recipient of this product?:
      • Self
      • For what occasion did you purchase this product?:
      • Other

      Comment on this review

       
      2.0

      confusing directions -

      By 

      from chicago

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      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Educational

      Cons

      • Boring
      • Difficult Instructions

      Best Uses

      • Children
      • Family

      Comments about ARRAY GAME:

      I thought this looked great for school and bought this for my classroom. While we were trying to figure out the directions, it was so confusing and got boring for the class. We have not used it much due to the directions - quite a disappointment!

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      5.0

      Just saw Tillywig Brain Child Review

      By 

      from Canada

      Comments about ARRAY GAME:

      Array, in a nutshell: "The language of Array is color and connection, but its defining characteristic is the way it gets your mind moving, assessing possibilities and weighing options. There are often several choices available on any given turn. Unless you are able to see and play them through in your mind, you are liable to make the poorer ones. Array is played in quick-moving rounds, with players placing multi-colored cards from their hands next to ones on the table whose colors match at the point of contact. This is called a Splice. Players can also do a Slice and Splice, breaking apart an existing connection and then building on the two severed cards. The goal is to be the first player to rid your hand of cards, ending the round with cards left in other players' hands counting against them. There are also special Splatter and Slam cards that can be used to put other players at a disadvantage. The beauty of Array is that the sometimes intricate thought processes that come into play unfold naturally and pleasurably, kicking your mind into high gear in the service of fun and games!" --Tillywig Toy, on Array's 2012 Brain Child award.

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