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Invisible Think

Invisible Think is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8.
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How well can you draw when you can’t see the lines? How well will you guess when you can’t see the drawing? This hilarious party game will ...read more

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How well can you draw when you can’t see the lines? How well will you guess when you can’t see the drawing? This hilarious party game will bring friends and families together to laugh at the outrageous outcomes of blind drawing. Players take turns racing against time to get their teammates to guess the word on the drawing card. But there’s a twist: either the person drawing or the teammates guessing will wear special red-lensed glasses that make the ink seem invisible! Includes 220 drawing cards, drawing board, markers, spinner, sand timer and 4 pairs of eyeglasses. For 4 to 8 players.

Age Recommendation: Ages 10 and up

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13777247

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  • Brand: MindWare
  • Age Recommendation: Ages 10 and up

Ratings & Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fun but ...... My daughter loved this game but the pen didn't last long. There should be a second pen in the box OR at least offer a replacement pen for purchase. I did contact customer service but was told they do not offer them. So, sadly, we will now have to dispose of the game since it can no longer be played. Fun while it lasted.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fun, but very short lived. This is actually a very fun game, but the red marker wears out fast and you can't use other shades of red. A replacement marker should be available.
Date published: 2018-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game I bought this game for Christmas family time & it turned out to be a great game. Ages were from 12 yr old grandson to my 4 adult kids. The teams laughed & strategized for what seemed like hours. Everyone agreed it was a good game & before the grandkids went home the next day, we had to play it again. I appreciated the fact you had to use your brain & think it through before you started to draw, and the kids caught on quickly. It was a good learning process/example for the younger kids. I was pleased the older ones tutored the younger ones on strategies - good discussions as to why they did what they did.
Date published: 2018-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A fun game. This is very tricky game. I think this game is good for kids 10 and up. It is very hard for younger kids. I would recommend this game. This game has a bit of strategy. You can be very clever in the way you draw which can help or hurt your team or opponents. You don't really have to be good at drawing but it helps to know your opponent and how they would guess. You do need to wear the glasses to play the game.
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Family Fun! My family has really enjoyed this game. My kids range in age from 14 to 8. We can all play together and laugh together, which is priceless! Reason only a 4...our box came without the spinner, so we use dice and wrote our own instructions for what each number means. Also, if you look closely, you can still see the ink...
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very entertaining game This game was challenging at first, but after we got the hang of it, was much enjoyed by the entire family. The key is to keep the writing board an arm's length away from the person doing the drawing and the guesser, so you could not see the ink with the glasses on. Also, the red marker may not last forever, but any red dry erase marker can replace it. We had many laughs while playing it!
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from keeps you guessing! This guessing drawing game comes with red glasses that are worn by the drawer, guesser, or everyone during a turn. When the red glasses are on you can't see the pen marks on the drawing board. The players are divided up into 2 groups. The drawer tries to have the teammates guess what is being drawn. On each turn you spin the spinner to determine who wears the red glasses. There is another added challenge. Some of the cards have "forbidden" words. While guessing you may not say the forbidden word or the turn is done. We played this with eight people ages 14+. The game lasted about 35 minutes. Our group did not enjoy this game a much as other games we play. Having the "forbidden word" challenge was not enjoyable for our group. Often the same player said the forbidden word.
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Brain-Bending! We tried out this game with a few different groups of friends - adults and 14-15yr old girls. Drawing without being able to see was not nearly as much of a challenge as guessing without being able to see the drawing (or drawing for a guess-er, who cannot see). My husband, who teaches digital design, was ALL about this game! "It's about process, not product," is what he said. The process of having to draw in simple, straightforward lines for someone who cannot see the drawing uses a different part of the brain and requires the draw-er to really focus on process. The "forbidden word" cards also require pre-planning to complete the drawing without having the guess-ers say the forbidden word. It was entertaining, laughter-inducing fun to watch the other team draw or guess without being able to see. We'd recommend some house rules to make the game more accessible for younger players - like only ever having the draw-er wear the red glasses or allowing teams to choose who wears the glasses. 10yrs does seem like the very lower limit of who could play the game with all the rules successfully. Just FYI, the drawing board doesn't erase well after just a few games. I'm guessing we'll be able to remedy this with a gentle cleaning product.
Date published: 2017-07-23
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