Monday, December 23, 2013

Pointing Fingers a fun game where you can learn more about your friends and family #Giveaway



Are you looking for a fun family game? A new and unique game, unlike any you have ever played before? Would you like to learn some fun facts and cool information about your friends and family, perhaps something you never even knew about all while having a fun time together?  Well you are all going to love this new Hasbro game, Pointing Fingers! Here is a little more information about Pointing Fingers from the website:

Who's done what? You'll find out in the hilarious game of Pointing Fingers! You'll also find out how well you know your family and friends in this fast-paced question-and-answer game. Each person reads a question from one of the cards, then everyone else writes down how often they've done it on their Truth Meters. Then you point out who you think has done it the most with your funny Foam Finger! 
If you're right, you score. Don't miss out on the big laughs and hilarious discoveries of the Pointing Fingers game! Hilarious Pointing Fingers game lets you learn more about your friends and family Ask questions like "Have you ever talked your way out of trouble?" Guess who's done it the most for the score Point at your choice with your Foam Finger. Ages 12 and up.


We were very fortunate to be able to check out the cool new game from Hasbro, Pointing Fingers! Get the party started with the new POINTING FINGERS game. Pointing Fingers game is the hilarious game of who did what!  Friends and family will have non-stop fun as they wear over sized foam fingers and point out hilarious and outrageous things about each other! Have you ever sleepwalked? How about eaten something off the floor?! Point out the person who you think is most likely to do so and earn points for being right!

  • Hilarious Pointing Fingers game lets you learn more about your friends and family
  • Ask questions like "Have you ever talked your way out of trouble"
  • Guess who's done it the most for the score
  • Point at your choice with your Foam Finger
  • Game includes 6 Foam Fingers, 6 Truth Meters, 100 cards and instructions

 (Ages: 12 & up/Players: 4 - 6/Approx. Retail Price: $14.99/Available: January 2014)

We had a little pre-holiday get together with some friends and family and we decided that it would be a great time to play Pointing Fingers. Our group was a combination of tweens, and adults, and this was a game that appealed to all ages at the party. So we gathered around the table, and took out Pointing fingers. Of course the first think the kids gravitated to was the foam fingers, they could not wait to start “pointing fingers”.
This is an easy to play game where each player gets one truth meter and one foam finger. When you put on your foam finger, you must take the Oath of Honesty and tell the truth while playing. (this is kind of hard to do without laughing at the foam finger) Then the players  take turns drawing cards and reading one of the card's 3 questions out loud. Everyone, including the reader, rotates the finger on their truth meter to "No! Never!", "Once", "Sometimes", or "Yes! Always" (make sure no one can see what you pick).

Then count to three and, all players point their foam finger at the person they think is most likely to have picked "Yes! Always". The player with the most foam fingers pointed in their direction is to reveal their truth meter 1st. Depending on what you picked will determine your score. The breakdown of the point system is simple, "No! Never" is worth 0 points, "Once" is worth one point, "Sometimes" is worth 2 points, and "Yes! Always" is worth 3 points. To keep score all you have to do is , rotate the wheel on your truth meter. As you go long and play the other players continue revealing their truth meters, and players continue to score based on what the person they pointed at chose. To win all you have to do is be the first to get 21 points then you are the winner!

We laughed and laughed… I had quite a few fingers pointed at me! I learned a few funny things, including, my daughter and my niece have eaten food from the ground, lol. The Pointing Fingers game includes 6 Foam Fingers, 6 Truth Meters, 100 cards and instructions. For my family, the kids were 9 & 10 and they loved this game so for us the 12 and up age for this game worked for the younger kids as well.


The generous folks at Hasbro are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a Pointing Fingers game from Hasbro. Would you like to win? Please let me know what game you love to play on family game night? Would you love to add Pointing Fingers to family game night? What do you think about Pointing Fingers? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.


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31 comments:

  1. Our granddaughter would love this game.

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  2. I think this is meant for kids, but my friends and I would definitely play this. :) And we could play it when my niece and nephew come to town. On game nights I usually play Phase 10, gin, dominoes or Clue.

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  3. My daughter would love this game.

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  4. I would love to play this game with family! This sounds so fun!

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  5. This sounds like a really fun game. I have a 6 year old son and we love to play Sorry and Old Maid on game night. I also love Skip Bo and Yahtzee.

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  6. Would play this game with my husband, daughter and sister-in-law!

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  7. My whole family would love to play this game. It would be a wonderful addition to our family game night.

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  8. I would play this game with my three daughters.
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  9. My niece and nephew would love playing this game. It looks like a lot of fun!

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  10. We like to play charades and woul love to try this game! Cmamimed at yahoo dot com

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  11. My family and the kids I babysit would love this.

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  12. My family would love this game. This would be so much fun for our family game nights.

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  13. We enjoy playing games together as a family.

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  14. My daughter would love this game. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

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  15. I would love this game and would love to play it with my family and friends

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  16. We would love to have this game for game night. What we play usually depends on how many people we have. Last night it was only the two of us, so we played Sorry and Rummycup

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  17. This would be great when my granddaughters came to visit - Livie will love this game :)

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  18. I think the entire family would enjoy this.


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  19. My grandsons would love this game!
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  20. We like to play Close the Box on game night.

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  21. My daughter would love this game. We usually like to play Monopoly on Family Game Night.

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  22. I would love to win it for my niece!

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  23. I would play this with my 5 Grand children.

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  24. I think this game would be fun to play with my daughter.

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  25. id love to play this with my son he would love it :)

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  26. I would love to play this game with my grandson.
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  27. my grandkids would love this!

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  28. We have 7 grandkids and they would all love this. I think Grandpa and I would love it too !!

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  29. This would be fun to play with my son. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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