Sunday, April 19, 2015

Academic's Choice's Color Clash Game Review

Color Clash by Blue Orange. is a fun game to play with the kids and it does not take forever!  I love playing with my son, nephew, and niece but I can not take a game that goes on forever like Monopoly.  This is  more age appropriate game for us and we can all play.  It has a way of making you think about what your doing instead of being on auto pilot.  It is a fun pretty fast  paced game.  The colors are very vivid and fun.  I think it makes it that more interesting
and engaging.  The pieces are made out of a thick strong cardboard material.  It is made well and the kids love it.

Color Clash
Race to find the correct tile as the colors clash in your mind! Each of the 36 Color Clash tiles has 3 Attributes: a Picture of different color chameleons, a Word that refers to a specific color, and a Color that the Word is written in. Your mind will be challenged to quickly recognize the color a word is written in when it spells another color, also known as the "Stroop Effect." Eight game variations are included in the rule book to mix up the fun!
  • Visual Perception
  • Focus & Attention
  • Processing Speed

  • 36 Clash Tiles
  • 6 Chameleon Tiles
  • Illustrated Rules
Ages: 7 to Adult
Players: 1 to 8
Play Time: 10 minutes

~~Disclaimer~~ I am a blogger and  I was sent a complimentary
product in exchange for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are Only my own.~~

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Joanne Smith is the head blogger for Mom In Nebraska. She currently resides in Omaha, NE. with her family. She has a wonderful miracle *her Autistic son Timmy that loves electronics.* Joanne has worked in customer service her whole life and loves it. She worked hard in College and studied a wide variety of subjects from Biology, Chem, Web Design, Early Childhood Education and much more. Now she is a SAHM, Blogger and Homeschooler. Next task for Joanne is trying to take over the world..... or at least her little part of it.