We have as a family a game night and I have been looking for all kinds of different ones, that we can have some different choices. With me I want to have my son be able to play, we always want to have be part of the family night. Doodle Quest is the newest game we have to play.
It’s more like an arts challenge of sort, though there is a strong game component to it that makes it competitive fun.Players decide on challenges. There are boards with the challenges on them some are very easy, some are much more difficult, and in this house we all a bunch crazies, all of us try to beat the others and there a few that are sore losers.
Dive below the deep blue sea where there’s fish to gobble, treasure to discover, and divers to save! Challenge your visual perception, hand-eye coordination, and fine motor skills as you complete up to 36 different underwater quests! Players draw on separate transparent sheets and must trust their eyes in order to meet targets and avoid obstacles. Each player also gets a blank sheet, and a whiteboard marker that you use to complete the quest on a blank slate, while just looking at the challenge board. It takes visual spacial skills,and fine motor control
Points are earned and the value of each is listed on each playing card. The score card is recorded for each of the 6 rounds and added up to see who has the most points, and therefore wins the game. Very competitive people in this house, this game is not only fun, but teaches you how to see and perceive space which in turn could improve your drawing skills. Lots of fun for kids of all ages.
The picture cards are 2-sided, one side is a bit harder than the other. Even the pictures on the easier side can be quite challenging no matter what your age or drawing level
Every year, we carry out the tradition of the road trip that started it all. Our team of “Game Gurus” visits every one of our retailers in the United States. In 2013, the team made over 2,000 visits to specialty stores in a total of 47 states, covering approximately 136,000 miles. Spending time together in person has created strong relationships with our retail partners. In-store game nights and conversations with customers and players alike play a key role in our creativity, as the interaction inspires new games, improvements, and mutually beneficial marketing actions