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All American Mommy reviews the You’ve been Sentenced! word game and says, “English can be a very funny language!”

December 2, 2009

Review of You’ve been Sentenced! word game at All American Mommy

“Just deal 10 cards each and have some zany, laugh-out-loud fun making sentences! With the deck of 540 pentagon-shaped cards with over 2500 words, plus Wild Cards there are billions of possible combinations. You will probably never see the same sentence twice in lifetime! English can be a very funny language!

For ages 8 and up, 30-40 min to play, 3-10 players, with extensive rule variations.The latest in the evolution of games, You’ve been Sentenced! is the first game in history to really turn making sentences into a very funny, playable, and challenging game. Using a unique word deck of pentagon shaped cards containing conjugations of funny words, famous names from throughout history, familiar places, and wild cards, players have to make grammatically correct and justifiable sentences.

The real fun begins when players have to read their sentences out loud and explain what they mean to the rest of players. They form the jury and vote thumbs up or down on whether the sentence and justification stand and the points are scored. 540 cards with over 2,500 words insure billions of possible sentences so the game is never repetitive and has unlimited re-play value.”

Want to learn more about McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds’ award-winning games like You’ve been Sentenced!, Twisted Fish and more? Visit McNeill Designs for game rules, printable score sheets, or even order online!

 

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