ABOUT REVERSE CHARADES
Reverse Charades is a hilarious twist on a classic stand-by (where one person acts out words for the team to guess-boring)! With Reverse Charades, the entire team has 60 seconds to act out as many words as one person can guess. It’s a fast-paced, fiercely fun team competition that’s an absolute riot with families, work teams, school groups, party-goers or among a few close friends. But be warned…you’re in for big and dangerous doses of fun! Side-splitting, unforgettable group fun, Reverse Charades is the perfect party and family game!
This hilarious twist on charades where teams act out words for one person to guess has won a slew of awards: Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Seal 2011 award — Creative Child Magazine Game of the Year Award 2011 — Major Fun Keeper Award 2011 — NAPPA Gold Seal 2011 — Tillywig Laugh Out Loud 2011 — Dr. Toy Best Vacation Children’s Product 2011 — Parent’s Choice Award Spring 2011 — Mom’s Best Award 2011 — The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval 2011 — The Toy Man 2011-2012: Award of Excellence and e-Choice Award — KSL Studio 5 TV — Best New Family Game 2010.
Reverse Charades is available for purchase online for $23.99.
ABOUT REVERSE CHARADES JUNIOR
New Junior edition: specifically for kids ages 6+, guaranteed laugh out loud craziness
Reverse Charades Junior is available for purchase online for $23.99.
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