Doodle Quest is Fun!

Visual perception, eye and hand coordination and memory skills are just a few of the skills which is tapped into while playing this game.

I like that the game can be played as a group or alone. Testing your memory and spatial skills against the slides is fun, and since I’m the worse player — an excellent way to gain greater skill while the kids aren’t paying attention.

When it comes to group play there are a variety of challenge levels so each doodle feels unique. When my family played the game we did a blind draw which kept it fresh and everyone on their toes. At times, we do some slides with a timer to see just how good we (they) really are.

Unlike many games, there was nothing to dislike about the product. The instructions were simple, no batteries needed (always a plus these days!) and it encourages creativity. It was age appropriate, fun and the materials help up well under continued usage.

I did have one concern, which was that there doesn’t seem to be anyway to get upgrade packets for the doodle slides. I guess we could make our own, but it would be great to add more challenges as we¬†get more proficient with syncing our memories of the spatial information with the reality of the slides.

I think it’s a great addition to the family’s gaming endeavors, as well as a great tool for the “There’s Nothing to Do” Blues.

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