Rating: 5.8 Fair
Popularity:8
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:1985
Players: 3-16 players
Playing time: 90 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: Rob Angel, (Uncredited)

Published by: AS Company, Desyllas Games, Diset S. A.

Alternate Names: Dicciopinta, Imagem & Ação, Pictionary: National Parks Edition, Pictionary: Salem Holiday Edition, Pictograma

Description:

Playing Pictionary may remind you of Charades, but with drawing on paper instead of acting out the answers. In Pictionary, though, both teams' (or even all three teams') clue givers may be drawing at the same time as players strive to be the first to guess the correct answer.

When the answer is not designated "All Play", one team simply tries to come up with the answer before the timer runs out, which is usually but not always possible thanks to the varying difficulty levels of the answers. No great drawing talent is required; instead, players gain an edge if they have a good imagination when guessing, empathy for their team mates, and/or a general ability to communicate in restricted circumstances.

A board is provided, just to keep score on, which focuses the competition. Pictionary was a big hit when it first appeared and has been a classic on the party game scene ever since.

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Components

  • 120 Adult Cards
  • 80 Junior Cards
  • 2 Card Boxes
  • 4 Category Cards,
  • 4 Pencils
  • 1 Drawing Pad
  • 1 Game Board
  • 4 Movers
  • 1 Sand Timer
  • 1 Die

Object of the Game

The object of the game is to sketch your way from Start to Finish. The first team to reach the Finish Square and guess a final sketch correctly is the winner.

Setup

Remove the category cards from the Adult Card Deck, then place it in a Card Box. Place the Junior Card Deck in the other Card Box. Place the Card Boxes and Sand Timer where all players have easy access to them. …



Components

  • 88 Picture Cards (2 Sets in Blue and Red)
  • 66 Clue Cards
  • 2 Category Cards
  • Instruction Sheet

Object of the Game

Be the first team to reach 5 points by correctly guessing clues built with the Picture Cards!

Setup

  • Divide players into 2 teams.

  • PICTURE CARDS feature a variety of simple drawings. Spread out the blue Picture Cards in front of one team and the red Picture Cards in front of the other team - make sure all the cards are visible.

  • CLUE CARDS feature ADULT clues on the blue side and KID clues on the yellow side. …



This edition of Junior Pictionary has been specially designed for children aged 7 to 12 and contains 1200 carefully chosen words. Just as in the popular adult version, players sketch clues and teammates have one minute to guess the mystery word.

Components

  • 120 Cards (1200 Words)
  • 2 Pencils
  • 2 Drawing Pads
  • Game Board
  • 2 Playing Pieces
  • 1 Timer
  • 1 Die
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

The object of the game is to sketch your way from Start to Finish. The first team to reach the Finish square and guess a final sketch correctly is the winner. …



Pictionary Showdown is a game where you get teammates to guess a clue not by using words, but by drawing on it out on a pad of paper!

Components

  • 1 Electronic Unit
  • 72 Cards
  • 1 Card Box
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Each team has the same amount of time on their time clock to begin.

On your turn, the time counts down as you sketch and your teammates guess the clue. The quicker you get it, the more time you leave on your clock. …



Components

  • 1 Clear Drawing Window
  • 1 Base (with storage compartment)
  • 1 Timer
  • 1 Wet Erase Marker
  • 150 Cards
  • 1 Die
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Use the clear plastic window to sketch clues for your team in each of the three categories.

If your team guesses the clue correctly, you win the challenge and keep the card. The first team to earn 5 cards wins!

Setup

  • Open the base and remove Timer, Marker, and Die. Leave the cards in the tray.

    Note: clean the screen with a damp cloth between turns. …



Components

  • 2 Flexible Tubes
  • 100 cards
  • 1 Timer
  • Tube Base
  • 1 Instructions Sheet

Object of the Game

Be the first team to win 5 cards by correctly answering clues given while using the Bend-A-Clues flexible tubes!

Setup

Take out the Sand Timer and Card Deck. Open the Card Deck, shuffle the cards and then place them into the card slot in the middle of the Tube Base.

Next, place the two flexible tubes within reach of both teams (players may also use the Tube Base as a prop to hold the flexible tubes during game play). …



Pictionary Team Relay is a game where you get teammates to guess a clue not by using words, but by drawing it out on a pad of paper!

Component

  • 1 Disc Holder
  • 1 Timer (60 seconds)
  • 50 Discs
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Your team will attempt to draw and guess FOUR clues in one minute. It's a relay because as your team guesses each clue, a NEW teammate draws the next clue, and so on.

If your team guesses all four clues correctly before time runs out, you win the disc. The first team to earn 5 discs wins! …



Components

  • 1 Figure
  • 1 Rectangular Prop
  • 1 Dry Erase Marker
  • 1 Wiping Cloth
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first team to reach 15 points by correctly answering clues drawn on the PICTIONARY MAN and his prop!

Setup

Divide players into 2 teams. The team that goes first will be Team 1.

Each team selects who will be the Picturist - the player who will draw the clues on their first turn. The role of Picturist will rotate among the team players on each turn throughout the game. …



Components

  • 2 Pictionary Man figures
  • 1 Sphere Prop
  • 1 Box Prop
  • 4 Card Props
  • 150 Clue Cards
  • 2 Card Boxes
  • 2 Erasable Markers
  • 11-Minute Sand Timer
  • 1 Die

Object of the Game

Be the first team to win 3 clue cards from EACH category deck.

Setup

Divide into 2 teams.

Shuffle both the PAIRS and the CLASSIC decks of clue cards separately and return them to their boxes. Place the boxes on the table.

Give each team a Pictionary Man figure and a marker. Place the props and the sand timer in the center of the play area within reach of both teams. …



Components

  • 12 dice
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first team to win two of three rounds.

Setup

Choose teams. Each round will need one Picturist (drawer) on each team. All play is head-to-head so each team will be playing each round. It might get noisy!

These rules will be used as a screen between the two teams. Set it up between the Picturist and the teams so that only the Picturists can see the dice.

Game Play

Randomly choose 3 of the purple dice and 3 of the orange dice. One of the Picturists should roll all 6 of these dice. …



Pictionary Game

Count on big laughs when you and your friends get together to find out who's an artist and who really isn't! In this quick-draw classic, the guesses can be just as hilarious as the sketches as you use markers to draw your best rendition of the clue on the card.

You have one minute to convey what's on the card. Is it an animal A person An action Just what is that word you're drawing If your team members just aren't getting it, try a different direction. …



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