Guess Who? Classic Game
Guess Who Game – Hasbro Raise The Fun Challenge
Guess Who? from Winning Moves Games
Classic Guess Who?® Demo from Winning Moves
How To Practice Asking Questions With The Classic Game Guess Who?
Guess Who, Who’s That? How to play Guess Who!
Guess Who Mystery Guessing Board Game, 1996 Milton Bradley
Racial Profiling: The Game! | Politically Incorrect Questions (Guess Who? Board Game In Garry’s Mod)
Hasbro Guess Who Board Game 2 Rounds With Sis, Enjoy
Guess Who Commercial
Cage Who? (Table Top Simulator: Guess Who)
Amazon Price: $12.99 $9.97 You save: $3.02 (23%). (as of June 20, 2018 9:12 pm –
It's the Guess Who? game – the original guessing game! This Guess Who? game goes back to the tabletop style boards, styled after the original, rather than handheld boards. Each player chooses a mystery character and then using yes or no questions, they try to figure out the other player’s mystery character. When they think they know who their opponent's mystery character is, players make a guess. If the guess is wrong, that player loses the game! Players can also challenge opponents to a series of games in the Championship Series, where the first player to win 5 games is the Guess Who? champion. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
A great update on an already wonderful Classic!
Have so many fond memories of the travel version of this from when my brother and I used to play during long road trips, flights, etc. growing up! So, decided it was a perfect complement to add onto a variety of other games/activities my wife and I gathered up ahead of our nieces (ages 4 & 7) coming over for the weekend.
They love trying to outsmart me when we play
Purchased this to play with my grandchildren. Wanted them to learn to be observant and see similarities around them. Being an educator, it gives me a chance to work on skills that will help them later. They love trying to outsmart me when we play. I’m glad this age old game has returned to make learning to be strategic thinkers fun.
Great for family game night
Fun game as always. I play this with my 4 year old. Ok for 4 year old but would probably be better with slightly older child. Exactly as I remember as a kid. A few times the cards have popped out of the frames, hence the loss of one star, but for the most part it’s fine. Good family fun.
We were gifted the original Guess Who and my six year old son noticed two things: there are only a few girls and no people of color. We promptly looked for a better one and found it.
As an educator (and parent) I like this games for support English language development
Classic game. As an educator (and parent) I like this games for support English language development. It is great for building vocabulary and formulating questions. Also supports visual scanning and categorization skills. All this for a very inexpensive price!
Tagged with: C2124 • Guess Who? Classic Game • Hasbro
Filed under: Games