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Tapple - A Fantastically Fun Game

Hey Neighbors!

Here is a fantastically fun game for family game night, or when you get together over the holidays!  Tapple is done by the same company who did Telestrations, which is also a favorite of ours.  Some of you may remember our review of Telestrations a couple of years ago.  Anyway, Tapple is a self contained game, that is so much fun.  I actually had my first chance at trying this game a ChiTag in Chicago.  You really need to try to go next year if you can!



I played Tapple with the representative that was present and another blogger.  Our card was - Things at a Party.  The first player picks the card and chooses the category (this was Things at a Party).  They then tap the red timer button in the center of the game and call out an item found at a party that begins with one of the letters found on the outside of the Tapple game.  They name the item and push down the lever with the appropriate letter, then tap the timer for the next person.  The next person then names an item beginning with one of the remaining letters and pushes the timer button to start the next players turn.  The play continues until someone can not name something starting with one of the letters left before the buzzer sounds.  Timer runs for 10 seconds before buzzing.  Play continues until only one player is left.  This winner takes the card, and the game is reset and the next round begins.  The winner is the one with the most cards when you finally decide to stop.  The yellow buttons are pushed to the left to reset all the letters.  We had a great time playing Tapple after returning from ChiTag.  Watch the short video below to get an idea!






Be sure to think about adding Tapple to your gift list.  We will be playing this one quite a bit!  Tapple is available for $24.99.  You can find their social media:
Facebook - HERE
Twitter - HERE

Enjoy!  See you soon At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are our my own.

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