Bubble Talk

This week, I’m reviewing my favorite games of 2010 and offering a chance to win them. I hope you’ll get some good ideas for the holidays. When I get sent complimentary games to review, rest assured,  I only write about ones that I highly recommend.

Bubble Talk is one of those games, it will keep you laughing for hours!

1.  Each player draws seven caption cards (300 to choose from) and the Judge draws a photo card  from 150 photo cards which are funny and wacky in themselves.

2.  Players then put down a card that best matches with the photo. The Judge then selects the funniest caption and that player earns points.

Not only is this game fun, it’s great for family time, reading and decision making!

Some of the captions were above my kids’ heads – but for the most part, this is a great game for readers, ages 6 or 7 and up. (The game says 8 and up. It depends on your child.)

WIN! Want to win a copy of Bubble Talk? Yes, you do! Leave a comment below to win. Simple as that.  Good luck! Contest ends November 7, 2010 midnight EST, U.S. and Canada only.

*UPDATE: The winner of this giveaway is Jackie J.

  • Andrea

    Looks like a fun game! I can imagine lots of giggles with this one.

  • http://www.erinthomas.ca Erin Thomas

    Looks fun! I think my six year old would love it. :)

  • Rebecca

    Totally wacky and fun! Thanks

  • Shelley

    This would make a great present for my nieces. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Deborah K

    looks wacky!

  • Jaimie

    My older two girls would love this game! Looks like a fun sleep-over game too.

  • Jenn

    I love finding out about new games! Thanks, Melissa!

  • Candy

    Great game for Grandma to have at her house!!

  • Hallie Doyle

    This looks like a great game!

    Thanks!

  • Denice

    Great game to play with grandkids!

  • Robin

    In this day and age of technology (texting, email, instant message), I think the art of conversation is dying. This game is definately a way to spark interest!

  • suzanne

    What a great way to get reluctant readers motivated….fingers crossed!!!!

  • http://writeontheirhearts.com Julie

    Looks great! I would love to take this one out on game night!

  • Heidi

    This would be so fun to play on Friday Game Days with my first graders and their parents.

  • http://booksandmovies.colvilleblogger.com Carrie K.

    My kids would love this one! What a great giveaway – thanks for hosting it.

  • Mike Dyson

    Thanks game looks really fun. I’d love to have it!

  • Suzanne

    I’m with the Donkey from Shrek “Pick me, pick me.” This looks like a blast.

  • http://www.karendegrootcarter.com Karen Carter

    I agree this sounds like a VERY silly game my girls (9 & 11) will love. Thanks for the heads up, Melissa!

  • Deborah

    This would be great at our after-school literacy programs.

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  • Jackie J.

    This would be a fun and interesting game to play with my students. Kids of all ages would enjoy this one!

  • http://www.lettersoupblog.blogspot.com Erin @ Letter Soup

    This looks fun! Thanks!

  • Janice

    what a fun family game. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • http://booksthathealkids.blogspot.com/ Books That Heal Kids

    Hilarious! I can see kids really finding this engaging and fun.

  • Jessica Young

    Sounds fun, and we could use some new family games around here…

  • Maria

    Looks fun!

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