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WhatchamaDRAWit Game Review & Rules

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The fast-action, fun-filled drawing game! 

So they call you Quick-Draw around here: Well, hold on to your pens! It’s time to put your money where your marks are with the fast and furiously fun drawing game, WhatchamaDRAWit. Go it alone or grab two or more friends, paper and pens.

One player at a time judges each round by pulling from a stack of 110 cards, reading instructions aloud and flipping the timer. Contestants immediately scribble to silly prompts like: “Draw a rowboat floating on top of a mountain” or “Draw a laughing squid talking on a cell phone while sitting in a bathtub.”

First to finish wins and keeps the card. The player with the most cards wins! Imaginative fun for kids and adults alike that unplugs you from the computer, television and telephone. Draw from the stack whenever you feel the need to doodle – or dawdle.

WhatchamaDRAWit is fun for one…or one hundred. All you need is paper, pens and your imagination…no talent required.

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We love trying out new games and had a lot of fun with WhatchamaDRAWit!  I played with all five of my kids.  My youngest is 3 and my oldest is 13 but we were still able have fun even with the huge age gap. I gave each of my kids their own notebook and we took turns drawing what was described on the cards.

We played for fun without having a winner.  This prevented what at least a couple meltdowns!  It was funny how different everyone’s pictures were even though we were all supposed to be drawing the same thing!

When we took turns revealing the pictures, we all had a good laugh!  Sometimes they would start laughing just after reading the card!  My daughter’s favorite creature had a chicken head, a pineapple body, and duck feet.

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This game has two different ways to play, or you can make up your own!  With just cards and a timer, the game is simple and the possibilities are endless!

The WhatchamaDRAWit Game can be purchased here and retails for $17.00.  It would be perfect for ages 8+.  Each box includes 110 WhatchamaDRAWit cards with outrageous concoctions to imagine, and a 60-second timer for competitive game play.

Disclosure: I received WhatchamaDRAWit Game in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.


Friday 28th of September 2012

I like that it looks like a simple but fun game!


Friday 28th of September 2012

I think this would be great because this would be a game we can all have fun playing

Sarah Elston Yurga

Friday 28th of September 2012

no drawing talent is required - good news for my hubby! lol [email protected]

Rich Hicks

Friday 28th of September 2012

the time factor and pressure is what is fun about it

ardy22 at earthlink dot net

Donna L

Friday 28th of September 2012

I like that it comes with a 60 second timer.

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