Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Morphology Game





Back in my day kids occupied themselves by playing with dolls,  played sports,  or heck maybe even played in fields so it is nice to get back to traditional family activities with games that encourage creative thinking rather than violent video games,  being glued to the computer screen...and so on and son on(you get the picture).  Any time products that help us spend time together as a family is always openly accepted in our household.  We like to teach our family that spending quality time together is very important and lately the Morphology game helps us do just that!


This is how the game works: you pick it,  build it,  animate it, guess it.  Basically it reminds me alot like the game Pictionary only in this game you have to create things used the items included in the game. Some of the items include wooden sticks,  string, cubes, beads and some other awesome items that will help you create.  



You better put your thinking cap on while playing this game because it really makes you think.  Get creative and get ready to have a lot of fun because we sure did.  My son isnt quite 13 yet,  matter of fact he is only eight, but even he had fun trying to build the different things and guess the words.  I would recommend it for adults,  or any family with teens,   especially as it is recommended for chilren 13+.  


BUY IT: You can purchase the Morphology game online at morphologygames.com or you can purchase them at Barnes & Noble Booksellers.  The game costs $29.99.


LEARN MORE: To learn more about Morphology visit them online,  connect with them on Facebook,  and follow them on Twitter.


*Disclaimer - I received the game mentioned above,  free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions are one hundred percent honest and true.*

1 comments:

My Journey With Candida said...

I was never much of a game player and still don't really care if I play games or not.

I think this sounds like a great game though and if it can keep a teen occupied.... I am all for it.