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Cranium board games have been extremely popular since the original release of the ultimate party game in 1998. Party games of the past like Pictionary and Trivial Pursuit were fun, but players were responsible to only complete 1 task, which generally included activities like drawing pictures or answering trivia questions.
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Cranium Cariboo Game
The Cranium Cariboo game is great for the little kids, who are learning to match shapes, colors and letters of the alphabet. Hide 6 balls in the treasure chest. Receive a card, then open the corresponding door on the board with a key. Find one of the 6 hidden balls under the door and place it in the slot to the right. Once all 6 balls have been found, the treasure chest will magically open.
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Cranium Hullaballoo Game
Cranium Hullaballoo is loads of fun! The game includes 16 floor pads and a speaker unit. The pads have shapes, colors & pictures on them. A fun voice gives instructions for kids to answer questions by moving from one pad to the other using body actions that may include stepping, jumping, hopping and walking. After a few turns, a freeze command is called out, and a winner is chosen. This Cranium game is great for teaching little ones how to follow directions.
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Cranium Board Game Cadoo
Cadoo from Cranium is another winner. Players get to pick a Solo or a Combo card, each of which instructs the players to perform some activity which they have to complete in order to get their token on the board. Activities include puzzle solving, trivia questions and more in the Solo section, such as acting words out or sculpting them from clay so that the team can guess them. This is a sensational board game from Cranium.