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I think Sort it Out is a very thought provoking game, I play it with my teenage twin granddaughters, and it is quite mentally taxing, certainly not easy, you definitely need some kind of brain, but my granddaughters are taking the rest of their GCSE's in the summer and are up to speed with lots of knowledge, but lots of the questions foxed them, as they did me!
Luckily there is a wide spectrum of choices and it is fun moving round the board when you get some answers right. I am an oldie, and get beaten for speed but am surprised I know many of the answers required. We enjoy all the boxed games, my 10 year old grandson also had a go but found it too difficult and got dispirited, so saying it is for 12 upwards is about right, the twins are nearly 16.
Well boxed, good quality cards, egg timer ok and clear directions, which is definitely needed. So far have played it in it's simplest form. Would like more of these type of games manufactured, always need to use good quality cardboard and games should be advertised more, they are a welcome antidote to endless television. Also very good for different generations of families to interact together, and we definitely have a load of laughs over this, I am well used to be called brainless at times!.