Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Rainbow Go!, By Professor Puzzle - REVIEW

Nature/ Type:            Trivia game 

Rating:                       ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Recommended age:   8 year-old ++ 

Who would love this: Trivia/ pub quiz lovers 

 “Rainbow Go!” from Professor Puzzle is for everyone - those who are clueless and hopelessly horrible in Trivia (like myself), the amateurs, or the TRUE trivia kings and queens! Thank you Jedko Games for providing a copy! 

Why I love ❤️ this game: 

(1) 7 Clues & 1 Answers - A Competitive Trivia Game!  

I enjoy watching TV quiz show (and being a “judge” on my comfy couch). Rainbow Go! brings the familiar quiz show to our living room, where we get to test out our random facts knowledge as a family (without the “public pressure”). The box includes 149 double-sided question cards; each card has one answer and 7 clues. Player takes turn to be the host, picks a card, and reads out the clues one at a time. Each of the card features 7 clues and an answer, starting from Clue 1 (red) to Clue 7 (violet). Players / teams can either guess the answer after a clue is read, or wait for more clues before answering. The catch? The fewer clues you use, the more points you score! However, if your answer is incorrect, you are out for the current card (unless you use the “Go Again!” power). Compete over 10 rounds, and battle out to be winner with the most score. I love that this game involves a bit of strategy, risk-taking, and decision-making. The first few clues are always pretty vague and broad, and the later clues will help narrow down the possibilities. For example, “Chess” card starts with general clues like “Game”, “Two Players, before slowly revealing the more specific hints such as “64 Squares”, “Queen Gambit”, “Checkmate”. 

(2) 298 Questions Covering WIDE Range Of Topics

I love that the 298 questions cover a wide range of topics, from pop-culture, history, famous scientists, fictional characters, food and more! There are easy challenges like “Rudolph”, “Taxi”, “Panda”, “Cheese”; and there are also the difficult and more obscure ones like “Alexander The Great”, “Deja Vu”, and the 1941 movie “Citizen Kane”. There is sure to be something that you can answer! 

(3) Colourful Rainbow Theme 

I love the rainbow-theme and colourful components! Each player gets a “Rainbow Mat” score board to keep track of your points. The question cards are in the spectrum of 7 colours, and even the game box is in the shape of rainbow! 

# gifted in exchange for review 

Where to buy this: (Australia) (Australia) 

Enjoy the video! 

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