Morphology

Family Game Night is something that I do with my kids. We have a large family and sometimes they invite their friends over or different family members to really step up the competition. It is a great way to bond and spend time together. Especially because in this day in age, things just need to slow down sometimes. I was on the look-out for something new to introduce to them for a game so things didn’t get so boring. That’s when I stumbled upon a game called Morphology.

Morphology is a fun game that is sure to get your imagination going as well as get some laughs. So, how does the game work? One way to describe this is that it is a unique spin to the game Pictionary. You choose a card and have to use various objects that are included with the game like sticks, marbles, blocks, hoops, string, figures. You roll a die for your turn which determines your fate one how you will be playing. Reading this, you are probably thinking this is going to be really easy, but in reality, it isn’t and the comedy that comes from playing is priceless. The biggest challenge for me was trying to make something with my eyes closed. It looked no where near what I imagined it would look like that is for sure.

This game is recommended for ages 8 and up and can use 4 or more players. This would make a wonderful game to play with your guests for the holidays. This is by far the favorite game for game night and I am excited to bring this out during the holidays.

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