Watch Ya Mouth \"90s Edition game for families and perfect for a holiday gift #sponsored #usfamilyg
By: Betsy K.
Posted: Nov 2nd, 2018
Are you a fan of fun games and always looking for a great way to introduce your kids to the joys of board games as well? This new game from Watch Ya Mouth'90s Edition is a great way to get kids as young as 8 thinking on their feet. The '90s are so in now so the kids will be very excited just like mine was. The game is compact and colorful. The game is well constructed and has lots of bright colors to engage the mind. The rules of play are simple and very basic so they are perfect for even the uninitiated beginner too!
US Family Guide sent me the Watch Ya Mouth ’90s Edition in exchange for a review. I feel like I say “Watch Ya’ mouth! to my daughter a million times a day every day. For me it seems like even maybe a trillion times a day from sunup to sundown. Teens are really tough these days and I try not to give her an inch because you know she will take a mile just like every other teenager out there. Playing this game is a fun way to laugh about it though and we really enjoyed playing it. This family friendly card plus extras game is great for kids age 8 and up.
Did you know that Watch Ya' Mouth was originally launched on Kickstarter? It is a hilarious party card game great for the family or teens. It works for small or larger groups too. You use FDA and CE certified mouth guards along with the deck of cards to play to win. The mouth guards are dishwasher safe so you can be ready to play anytime. How does the game work? You play in teams of players and try to read the phrases on the cards with the mouth guards in your mouth. You are probably already imagining how it sounds. Yup…you will be laughing out loud like we were this past weekend. You can play with as many people as you want too. If you are looking for a unique holiday or Christmas gift Watch Ya' Mouth is an easy win and a no brainer. It is easy to learn how to play even for the little ones. The company recommends 8+. You can get a little addicted to this fun and challenging game--just a warning.