Pressman Don’t Say It Game

August 1, 2019 - Comment

Don’t Say It has three levels of play, so it’s fun for kids of all ages. Can you get your team to say “Sheep”? It’s not as easy as it sounds, especially when you can’t say baa, lamb, or flock! Try and go through as many cards as you can before the buzzer sounds. If

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Don’t Say It has three levels of play, so it’s fun for kids of all ages. Can you get your team to say “Sheep”? It’s not as easy as it sounds, especially when you can’t say baa, lamb, or flock! Try and go through as many cards as you can before the buzzer sounds. If you say a forbidden word, you lose points! This fun, fast-paced game will have you racking your brain for out-of-the-box clues to help your team win, and it’s great for helping kids with their vocabulary. Don’t Say It includes 100 game cards with 400 words, 1 card holder, 1 timer, 1 score pad, 1 pencil, and complete instructions. For 2 or more teams, ages 6 and up.

Product Features

  • Can you get your team to say pig without using the words sausage, bacon, sty or pork?
  • You’ll need to be quick to avoid being buzzed out by the timer
  • For 2 or more teams
  • Ages 6 and up

Comments

Anonymous says:

Reminescent of Scattergories, but not as good. Missing timer and pencil. Love the game but as others mentioned, I wish it had more cards; 100 just isn’t to play a game like this for very long before you just run out of words. Also, the instruction sheet that comes in the box says that there should be a pencil and a timer inside. They were not. I have plenty of pencils and timers galore, but it’s the principle of the thing. If it says such and such should be in the box, then it should be. I’m going to try and see if there are extra packs of words you can buy to…

Anonymous says:

More words would be better One suggestion for the manufacturer: rid of or simplify the sliding door and the electronic timer, and add a lot more cards! I play this game just with the cards with my 7.5 years old boy and it is fine. But, there should be more, a lot more cards.Most games on the market develop logic and memory, whereas “Don’t Say it” is one of the few games that exercise a 1st or 2nd grader’s verbal ability. This game is a bit challenging for my 2nd grader. That’s why I suggest more cards so that kids…

Anonymous says:

Taboo for kids My 8-year old niece loves playing this game. Once she figured out you could use gestures, she was on a real roll. The only frustrating thing is that is requires 4 players and don’t usually have a quorum. It has a handy card holder that allows you to make the game easier for younger players. The timer and scoresheet and unnecessary, so you can reduce clutter by putting the cards and holder in a ziplock bag.

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