We received a fun game to play and give our feedback. The Rank Game was an instant success!
The Rank Game comes with all the supplies you need except for the people and pencils for scoring (which is great, because I tend to prefer smaller and mechanical pencils, whereas my family prefers full size-with large erasers). Included in the “starter” box are 150 Topic Cards in the 3 most popular categories: Everyday Life, Adulting, and Leisure Time. There is a beautiful wooden card stand for the double-sided cards, which makes it easy for everyone to see the ranking card. Also included are the instructions for 4 different game modes and 2 sets of scoring cards with 81 (total of 162) sheets per pad. Each scoring card has 10 games on it.
We had a fun-filled game night. There were seven of us when we first played, so we rotated the Ranker each time. The group was a mix of family members with a wide age range. Each time the Ranker was ready to reveal their preferences the excitement was tangible. I’m not sure who had the most fun, those guessing or the one being guessed about. Some games were more intense than others, which made the anticipation more palpable,
One thing I really like about the game is that no one really feels like a loser, even if they score the lowest in points. Everyone realizes that the one they are guessing about is the one with the final say about what they like and don’t like or prefer.
The basis of the game is to get to know one another better, whether you be family or friends. Playing with neighbors or at a party can be a great icebreaker.
I know the game suggests ages 14 and up, but I feel anyone who can read, regardless of age, would be able to easily play and really enjoy participating, too.
The play time is just long enough to keep your interest without being so long you become distracted. However, the game can last for as long as you would like.
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I received The Rank Game through FrontGate Media. However, I was under no obligation to write a review.
THE RANK GAME is designed by Dana Brown, a former Walt Disney Imagineer, and Chip Brown, a former Disney Studios producer and Christian publisher, to engage the diverse backgrounds, interests, personalities and opinions of every player. By celebrating our individualism, THE RANK GAME actually brings people together, through rich conversation and competition. Created for groups of all sizes, THE RANK GAME leverages our own social behaviors—ranking the things or experiences in our lives.
For example, rank the four seasons: A) fall B) spring C) summer D) winter
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