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Pointing Fingers Game Review

I was provided the Pointing Fingers game for free to review. All opinions expressed herein are my own.

Pointing Fingers


(Ages: 12 & up/Players: 4 – 6/Approx. Retail Price: $14.99/Available: January 2014)

Get the party started with the new POINTING FINGERS game. Pointing Fingers game is the hilarious game of who did what! Friends and family will have non-stop fun as they wear oversized foam fingers and point out hilarious and outrageous things about each other! Have you ever sleepwalked? How about eaten something off the floor?! Point out the person who you think is most likely to do so and earn points for being right!

Anything that is larger than actually size is automatically funny. Combine that with getting to somewhat embarrass a family member, and you have a hilarious game! My family was rolling around on the floor and laughing so hard we had tears rolling down our cheeks. As a family, we know each other probably better than anyone else. So when we all had our giant fingers pointed at one member and they vehemently denied the accusations, it was like looking at a deer in headlights. Wide eyed and in disbelief. But it is all in good fun and we were pretty lighthearted about it. This game made a successful family game night and we played for hours.

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michelle warner

Monday 13th of January 2014

we have a family night on sunday nights, we play games, do crafts, eat food, we bake we do it all together whatever we do. we are hooked on monopoly right now, my kids are loving it

Rod Jackson

Sunday 12th of January 2014

We love candyland, hihocheerio and monopoly


Saturday 11th of January 2014

we play apples to apples


Saturday 11th of January 2014

We have a game night every Friday. Monopoly and Life are the most common we play.

rochelle haynes

Saturday 11th of January 2014

We play cards sometimes

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