Apples to Apples Junior - The Game of Crazy Combinations!
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Mattel Games Apples to Apples Junior - The Game of Crazy Comparisons
Now Suited for Younger Players! Apples to Apples Junior brings all the fun and hilarity of Apples to Apples to the younger crowd. Players aged 9 years and older will have a blast making crazy comparisons while expanding their vocabulary and thinking skills at the same time. The 576 unique cards ensure maximum inventiveness, so each round is filled with surprising comparisons from a wide range of people, places, things, and events. Fast-moving and refreshing, Apples to Apples Junior is easy to learn, easy to play, and great for hours and hours of entertainment! How to Get Started Just open the box, deal the Red Apple cards to each player, and you're ready to go!
Players take turns being the judge. The judge begins each round by playing a Green Apple card that features a one-word characteristic, such as Crunchy, Smelly, or Excellent. The other players must then look at the Red Apple cards in their hands and select the one they think is best described by the judge's card. Will you play Pickles, Monkeys, or Flip-flops?
Big Talk Equals Big Fun...and Big Wins! When everyone's Red Apple cards are on the table, try to convince the judge that yours is the best match. You'll find that table talk is a huge part of the fun. Just wait until you hear all the clever — and not so clever — ways people try to convince the judge to choose a particular card .
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We played this across four generations of family at Christmas. Everyone can play and there was a lot of laughter around the table.
Downside: this game sort of presumes that everyone is aware of current culture: many references to Harry Potter, Star Wars, Paw Patrol, pop singers, etc. This tends to leave out some people.
All in all, I would say that most families can have fun with regular “Apples to Apples” and don’t need this version.
If the kids in your family watch a lot of tv then they may prefer this Junior version.
I have a feeling these pop culture references will be stale pretty soon. The red box Apples to Apples is a better game.
As some other reviewers have commented it works best in larger groups, but don't despair if you want to play as a family of 4, just play the invisible player variant. Simply add one additional green card off the top of the deck. Sometimes this random one won't fit at all, other times it might just win! The extra card really helps to add a little variety to the game.