« Bachmann Trains Snap-Fit E-Z Track Nickel Silver Layout Expander Set Making Faces Using Wet and Dry Felting Methods » 3 thoughts on “The Whole Brain Game” 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful Worst game ever. Don’t buy this., October 5, 2013 By Customer in michigan – This review is from: The Whole Brain Game (Toy) This game doesn’t even make sense in some of the categories! It’s like it originated in a foreign country and the makers tried to translate it into English. 4 adults tried to play this and we lost interest very quickly. Save your money and get Trivial pursuit! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Fantastic game for creative thinkers, July 3, 2015 By M.P. – This review is from: The Whole Brain Game (Toy) I received this as a gift, and it’s a great game – for the right folks. Yes, you’ve got to be willing and ready to think, think quickly, and think outside of the box. If you find that too challenging, too boring, or just not useful or fun then this game is not for you. The scoring system is weird, and we’ve made up our own way of scoring and winning the game. No problem. The game goes like this: Roll a category, and pick up the card for that category which will say something like: Name all the things you can think of that could be described as _________ or How are ________ and ________ similar? or How would the world be different if there were no ___________? You draw certain types of cards to fill in the blanks. For example, How is (draw a card that says: “tiger” ) similar to (draw a card that says “race car”)? You have until the timer runs out to say as many ways as you can possibly think of that “tiger” is similar to “race car”. You might say… anything, really. They’re both fast. Agile. Both words have an e in them. Both are nouns. Both could have stripes. Both could go from stopped to moving very quickly. Both might appear as though they are alive. Some might see a face on both. Both can function at night or in the day time… the possibilities are endless, literally. You get a point for each thing you come up with that meets the criteria, and that’s subject to group consensus. If you’re a very literal or concrete person for whom a game like this would be challenging in all the wrong ways, skip it. If you’re looking for a hilarious party game that’s full of action, this is not the one for you. In this game, the fun is mostly from enjoying the challenge of thinking creatively, and experiencing others doing the same. BONUS points for being able to play this game with only 2 people! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful Not fun!!, October 5, 2013 By Brett “bscholes” (A2, Michigan) – This review is from: The Whole Brain Game (Toy) We are 4 adults and we couldn’t make it through a full game because we were so bored!!!! The timer is way too short and the questions weren’t even comprehensible. Definitely do not recommend. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.