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University Games Who What Where Drawing Game (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Gather your friends and get ready for outrageous fun with the Who What Where Drawing Game from University Games
  • Pick 3 cards, then sketch a scene that includes all 3 elements - can other players guess what your scene is about?
  • Don't worry if you can't draw - the worse the drawings are, the more fun the game can be
  • For 2 - 4 players ages 12 and over
  • University Games offers you and your family creative games that are easy to learn and fun to play

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Customer Reviews

Great Game - All AgesWe're a big game-playing family and this is one of my favorites. Basically, each player draws three cards (a who, a what, and a where -- for example, the cards might be: Einstein (who card); Skiing (what card); On the Moon (where card). Each person gets their own "scenario" and has to then sketch it. (So you would try to draw Einstein skiing on the moon.) It comes with a timer for the drawing time but we generally just draw until everyone is ready. Then each person passes their drawing around the table and each other player jots down a guess of what the drawing is supposed to be. When the drawings get back to their original spot, each person reads through the guesses and points are awarded for people who got some/all of the elements correct. This is one of those games where the fun isn't necessarily in getting points but in the laughs that happen within the interpretation of the doodles. Lots of fun. And you do not need to be an artist; each person can draw at his/her level because you are not competing on artistic talent. Lastly, we've played with a group that included people from 10 to 70 and it's a game where adults and kids can play together without it being too hard for the kids or too dumbed-down for the adults. 5Box was sticky and ripped!!We didn't even get to play the game because the box was sticky from previous tape and ripped!! This was supposed to be a NEW item. 1Pictionary+++Who? What? Where? has become one of my favorite board/card games since I've bought it. It's a light party game that can be challenging but not stressful and often the groups I've played with end up laughing quite a lot during the course of the game.The game works as such: Each round, every player draws a card from each of the three categories: Who, What, and Where. It's pretty easy to guess what each card will have on it: Who cards will have the name of a specific (never a general category like "policeman/woman") person - fiction or non-fictional, What will describe an action (like "skiing" or "being chased by the police."), Where will have the name of a place (Texas and the Lost City of Atlantis are two I can recall). Then each person must draw a picture involving all three of their cards (Elvis being chased by the cops in Texas, perhaps). After time is up, players pass their drawings around and each person, individually and quietly, writes down what they think the who what and where of each person's drawing are. And then scoring. (I won't go into how scoring works, but it is done really well. Google the game and you may be able to find more in depth mechanic/rule descriptions, for those who desire them.)One of the things that makes the game so great is that the way the rules and mechanics are set up, there is practically no downtime for anyone (no one is sitting around watching other people take their turn). Everyone draws and guesses at the same time. Also, with every group I've played with, being a good or bad artist/drawer doesn't add or subtract from the game and often the "good" artist isn't the one who wins.To sum up: I love it. I have yet to play with someone who hasn't loved it. Don't worry about your drawing skills. Highly recommended!Oh, and I would say that this is a game that could be played in family groups or with an adult crowd. I haven't run into any explicit card, so how "adult" the game is depends on the group of people you're playing with. But I haven't read every card yet! So, if you are getting this to play with your kids, it should be safe but it wouldn't hurt to do a little research just to make sure. At the very least, you could just remove any offensive cards you find (there are a lot of cards, so removing a few won't hurt the game.)Explanation of individual star scoring: How much fun: 5/5 - it's a lot of fun. Education: 5/5 - Anytime you practice drawing, seriously or for fun, it's educational. Also, I consider it a game where you learn things about other players, which is also educational to me (an important type of education.). Durable: 4/5 - It uses cards and although they're good quality cards, eventually without card sleeves, all cards wear out. But these are pretty tough and I wouldn't worry about it. 5Great group gameEasy to learn, easy to score, and anyone can play. I used to play this with friends when I was in middle school, but it was as fun now, rediscovering it as an adult. Children who are too young might not know some of the "who"s or "where"s, and sometimes someone might get unlucky with their cards, but it will still be great for laughs. Only problem is the timer being too short (even flipping it as the instructions say) to get down more than one of the three things you have to draw. More fun without a timer, in my opinion. 5Fun for most agesThis was a fun game that doesn't require excellent drawing skills. We played with other adults and had a great time. When we added in a couple younger kids we assigned them an adult that could help with words/terms they didn't understand. If it was a concept that they just couldn't grasp, we let them pick again until they got something they knew or that could be explained to them. It's interesting, too, to see how the players break down the three cards of Who, What and Where and whether they draw them as a scene or as individual components. Overall, really fun! 5Great fun, you don't have to be an artist to play!This game is SO much fun! Don't worry if you can't draw. We played with a large group that included talented artists, and their drawings were easy to guess, but the drawings from people that couldn't draw were much more fun! I don't think I've ever laughed so hard! They need to come out with expansion packs of cards because we've played this so much we know every card. 5Hilarious & Entertaining for everyone!This is our absolute favorite family game. Whenever we have a new couple over for game night it's the first one we pull out and when people come over they request we play it. Not only is the art pretty funny but the answers folks come up with are great! My young kids can even get in on the action (even though there is, and we own, the Jr. version too!) by drawing something we come up with and participating in the guessing (their answers are sometimes more funny then ours). You can make this game as short (just playing one round of draw and guess) or as long (playing the recc. 3 rounds or more) as you'd like. FUN FOR EVERYONE :) 5Great game even for people who "can't draw."This is one of our favorite games to play with our 10-year-old granddaughter and 12-year-old grandson. Grandpa and I are 68, but our daughter likes it, too. Grandpa draws stick figures, and he wins 1 out of 3 times!The game is lots of laughs, especially when you try to guess (dependent upon the "artist") WHO it is (e.g.,Bill Gates), WHAT he is doing (e.g., bowling), and WHERE he's doing it (e.g., in an airplane).The younger children might not know some of the "who's" - if that happens, just have them draw another card.Add pencils and the game - the game gives you 3 decks of "cards," a blank drawing tablet and scoresheets. You get a score not only for how many people guess your drawing correctly, but also how many you get correct for others. Shuffle the decks and you have a whole new game!In my opinion, more fun than the other drawing game :) 5Unending fun!I was introduced to this game, this past weekend. We (first, just 2 of us, then 5 of us) played this game for HOURS, then again for the next two days. I don't remember when I laughed so hard. If you don't have any drawing ability, it's even funnier! The game is simple. You draw a "Who" card, a "What" (action) card, and a "Where" card. then you draw a picture, incorporating all three cards. then you try to guess what each person drew, gathering points for each correct answer.The woman I drew with, saves the drawings (with names, dates, and what the "Who, What, Where-s" were). I would recommend the game for adults, since a lot of children may not know who a lot of the "Who-s" are... Looking for a game which will make you laugh real hard? This is it. 5So Much FunThis game is great for parties or gatherings with at least four players. I hesitate to purchase games with cards and set questions that you have memorized after only playing a couple of times and therefore becomes unplayable. This game has unlimited playing potential. You select a card from three categories and then try to draw the scene they depict. The results are hysterical. Even though none of us are good at drawing, we had a blast playing this game and even more fun with the incorrect guesses. I highly recommend this! 5
University Games Who What Where Drawing Game (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

University Games Who What Where Drawing Game (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

2.9
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Regular price
SG$ 195.00
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SG$ 195.00
Regular price
SG$ 322.00
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Save 39% (SG$ 127.00)