First introduced in 1985, the board game Pictionary quickly became a big hit. The game plays like classic charades except players draw the answers on paper rather than act them out. Skill in drawing really isn't necessary; imagination and empathy for one's teammates helps to win the game. Pictionary has proved a classic through the years and has passed through many different publishers.
|Manufacturer||Seattle Games, Inc.|
|Material||printed paper | cardboard|
|Style||drawing | race|
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