MATTEL's Apples to Apples Dice Game – The Game of Hilarious Comparisons!

Pop open the container for fast word-play fun! MATTEL's Apples to Apples Dice Game is newest way to play the award-winning game and everyone loves. This ever-popular card game is now available to the shores of Malaysia.
This is a game of hilarious comparisons with a roll of the dice. Instead of the cards, the person acting as the judge rolls a green 20 sided die with letters on it, and makes up an adjective that starts with the rolled letter.
Judge awards a chip to the noun he or she deems the best comparison and the first player to earn five chips wins.

Apples to Apples Dice Game Includes One 20-sided green die, Six 6-sided red die, Twenty Five green apple chips and instructions.
Manufacturer Recommended Age: 10 years or older.

Retails Price: RM 29.90

MATTEL's Apples to Apples Dice Game can be found in major department and toy stores nationwide.
Some playing tips to share:

• Remember, judges will often pick the most creative, humorous or interesting response.

• Lobbying and “table talk” are encouraged! Players can comment on responses and try to convince the judge to pick a particular answer – either their own or a favorite choice.

• Playing choices that appeal to the judge can improve your chances of winning. This is often called “playing to the judge.”

My 2 cents:
I let my cousins and nieces played the wonderful Apples to Apples Dice game during the Holiday yesterday. From my observation, teenagers love to play Apples to Apples Dice game because they could imagine and think of a best noun to win the judge's heart. Unlike any computer games, this is an interactive game and the kids can’t stop laughing while playing it. Feedbacks from them on the game rating: 6 out of 10 found that MATTEL Apples to Apples Dice Game is a fun and must play game. More over, this game can be played with more than 3 players so, it’s perfect for game nights with friends!

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