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Oodles of Doodles

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4.5 out of 5 stars 13 reviews from Amazon.com

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  • The think-and-draw-fast game!
  • Oodles of Doodles takes the art of doodling to a new level
  • Players race against time to sketch out eight items that fit within a specific category
  • The challenge is as much on teammates' guesswork as it is the doodler's artistic ability
  • Special Doodle Duel cards add a twist by letting everyone play at the same time
  • A fast paced, fun-filled, family game that will keep everyone in stitches'For 3 or more players
  • Box Size 27 x 27 x 7cm
  • Manufacturer's recommended age 12 years +
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Technical Details
Item Weight794 g
Product Dimensions7.4 x 26.9 x 26.9 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:10 years and up
Item model number8200
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00008QJ19
Best Sellers Rank 1,749,681 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight839 g
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2004
  
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Product description

Oodles of Doodles takes the art of doodling to a whole new level as players race against time.

Manufacturer's Description

Oodles of Doodles takes the art of doodling to a new level as players race against time to sketch out eight items that fit within a specific category. The items are simple to draw so the challenge is as much on team mates guesswork as it is with the doodlers artistic ability. Special doodle duel cards add a twist by letting everyone play at the same time. A fast paced fun filled family game that will keep everyone in stitches. Contains; 200 double sided category cards, 90 second timer, cardholder, scoreboard, 1 white board, 1 dry erase marker, 1 eraser.

  • 3 or more players

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    Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars 13 reviews
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars FUN & SHORTER, BUT PICTIONARY IS A LOT MORE FUN TO PLAY 24 Dec. 2010
    By BJBear - Published on Amazon.com
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    OODLES OF DOODLES IS A VERY HARD GAME TO FIND ANYMORE. Binary Arts game
    ages 12 & up. for 3 or more players or teams. 200 double sided category cards,90 second timer, score card, Doodle board, dry erase marker & eraser

    It is a lot shorter game than Pictionary, but you have 6-8 clues to guess. First team to 32 points wins. Each word guessed is a point, unless otherwise noted. Double pointer words are 2 points each.

    There is also a doodle duel card, when this card is drawn, regular play is stopped and no timer is used, both teams play at the same time. A doodler is chosen from the opposing team, all players from both teams guess at the same time
    {it doesn't matter which team is drawing at the time} You alternate words from team to team. Remember to keep reasonable times.

    Really like pictionary but a little harder words to draw though.
    4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the kids 9 Jan. 2007
    By Rhonda J. Whittaker - Published on Amazon.com
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    I bought this as a Christmas present for my neices and nephew, 11, 9 and 6. They loved the idea of the game, but a lot of the cards contained items to draw that they didn't have any idea what the items were. I do know that the age recommendation is 10 and up, so it is to be expected that the younger ones will have some difficulty. Additionally, trying to draw all 8 pictures within the time limit was difficult, even for some of the adults. We took turns just drawing the pictures and having everybody guess rather than doing the competition. But all the kids loved the drawing. Would definitely recommend.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great toy for our whole family 9 Jan. 2007
    By Kristin Abraham - Published on Amazon.com
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    I ordered this toy as a Xmas gift for my 7-year-old daughter, and the entire family loves it. Two nights after Christmas, all four of us were up until 11:30pm playing. Some of the cards will be too difficult for the younger kids to draw, but we just skip them until an appropriate card comes up. It's amazing how creative the kids are in getting their ideas across; I think it's a great way to get their creative minds going and to keep up their interest in art, when it is becoming less of a focus at school.
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Even Stubborn Non-Drawers Will Love This Game! 30 Nov. 2005
    By C. Herrera - Published on Amazon.com
    I must admit that I am a game adict and it is difficult to find games that everyone will agree to play. There are many drawing games that many will refuse to play because they think they "can't draw". A game that is super fun to play is "Who, What, Where", but since it is 5 minutes of actual drawing a picture, most people refuse to play. This is not a problem with this game, since it is doodling and fast paced, people will agree to doodle out their best interpretation of an object.

    In Oodles of Doodles, you select a card that has a subject matter on it. Now, there can be up to eight objects on the back of the card (sometimes less) and each drawing item fits into the clue on the front of the card. So, we are already starting off with an understanding of where the drawer is going. Then there is a whiteboard with 8 boxes for drawing 1 item in each box. For example, the card might say: "Items found in a classroom". You turn over the 90 second timer, and start drawing item #1: desk (in box #1), #2: pencil (in box #2), #3: teacher(in box #3), #4: crayons (in box #4), etc. There are varying levels of difficulty, the hardest one I had was types of Parties, and has to draw a retirement party, however, since you only have 90 seconds to draw all 8 pictures, you'll never be stuck on the same drawing for too long, you just keep the pace going, and laugh, laugh, laugh!!

    Final Verdict: Definately recommended to anyone and everyone. Is sure to be a blast at the next get together.
    5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best games ever! 14 Dec. 2006
    By E. E. Grossman - Published on Amazon.com
    This game is definitely one of my favorite games of all time. My roommate just bought it tonight and we wound up playing it for hours... it's the type of game that you don't easily get sick of. It doesn't require a great deal of skill and is even more fun if people are "creatively challenged" as it requires more skill to guess what the pictures are supposed to be. It's similar to Pictionary, but it differs in that each person is supposed to draw up to 8 related pictures in a certain amount of time. For example, each picture might be related to theme of "careers" or "dark places". This requires the artists to draw very quickly, often sacrificing accuracy for speed, making the game even more fun and less reliant on real drawing skills.
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