Age: 6 years and up

MSRP (CAD): $16.99

MSRP (USD): $12.99

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WHAT THE KIDS SAY

Blaze

8

The monsters look so funny and they have super funny names. I think the walls are a great idea so nobody can see what you have because they can then try to ask for a top or bottom and you could end up giving them the top or bottom that they were looking for! The Swap is good because if someone is already winning, they have to give all their tops or bottoms to the next person and maybe then they would be losing! You really have to pay attention to the pictures at the corner of the cards because sometimes it looks like you have a match because they fit together and have the same colours but then you realize it's not the same as in the picture and you were wrong!

Carleigh

4

These are silly monsters, not scary ones! They're really fun to match up together but you have to be careful! I didn't know what a wuzzit was but now I do. It's a monster with the right top and bottom.

Cohen

6

I like this game, the monsters are really silly. The blue monster is my favorite.

Ryan

8

I liked the monsters in this game, they looked pretty cool! Some were really gross, and that was funny! I liked being able to put the cards on the table and having a wall to hide my cards. It was easier than trying to hold all of them. My favourite part of the game was when I got winkers’ or stinkers, that usually meant I was going to win!

WHAT ADULTS THINK

Tasha L.

Parent

This was a great game for my son (6,male). Once he learned the rules and how to play, he had so much fun. The monsters are silly and there are a couple of different ways to play!

Tammy W.

This was a great game for my son (6,male). Once he learned the rules and how to play, he had so much fun. The monsters are silly and there are a couple of different ways to play! Tasha Lebelcited to play this game that they began playing with the cards mixing and matching tops and bottoms before I even had the instructions made! It's a great game that we can all play together. The cards are bright and funny and the kids were full of giggles right from the start. We started playing on the floor but soon realized we had to move to a table to avoid seeing each others cards behind our walls. I would like to have the cards be a bit larger (maybe half the size of regular playing cards so that when a match is complete it is about the size of a regular playing card). I find them too tiny to pick up! There are many variations to the game, and we tried the simple way, and then added the Winkers and Stinkers into the strategy, which are the wild cards. I am anxious to play the other variations with points, but I think this might be too much for F4 so I will wait until I can play with the older two. There was a nice big sticker included with the game which was a nice added touch. The games last about 15 minutes each, and we played 3 games in a row before I called it quits, but the kids all wanted to continue playing and were able to do so without my help. I like how the tin box has storage holes for the cards so they are not scattered everywhere in the box. The Swap feature is a fun little curveball that forces everyone to pass either all of their top or bottom monster parts to the player beside them and almost resets the game when it is played. I find the pictures of the complete monster on the cards difficult to make out as they are so so tiny, so for me, it's easier to make the match based on the family name and points #. I really think this game is definitely going to be a keeper! It is very different from other card games we have played and it's just a very fun and silly game!

Tammy W.

We all (M8, F6 and F4) really love this card game. It's a great game that we can all play together. The cards are bright and funny and the kids were full of giggles right from the start. There are various ways to play which mixes things up a bit. The games last about 15 minutes each, and we played 3 games in a row before I'd call it quits, but the kids all want to continue playing and were able to do so without my help. I like how the tin box has storage holes for the cards so they are not scattered everywhere in the box. The Swap feature is a fun little curveball that forces everyone to pass either all of their top or bottom monster parts to the player beside them and almost resets the game when it is played. The monsters themselves are fun and the game is very engaging. I think they could even add another way to play for younger children, just to try to find matching tops and bottoms. I love the tin box that it comes in, it's sturdy and I'm not worried about the box falling apart. The game is silly with the Stinkers and Winkers which are the wild cards, and the game becomes more challenging when you play using the points version. We started playing on the floor but soon realized we had to move to a table to avoid seeing each others cards behind our walls. I really do wish the cards were bigger. I find them too tiny to pick up, and, they're difficlut to shuffle - they are just so tiny! Still, this game is definitely a keeper! It is very different from other card games we have played and it's just a very fun and silly game!

Mireille S.

This was a fun little game that was easy to learn and quick to play. I was easily able to squeeze in a game or two with my son on a school night. This game was along the lines of other matching card games, but this time you had to match the monster’s head with the correct set of feet. Some of the cards showed monsters that were really gross. That was the best if you ask my 8 year old, the grosser the better!

Rebecca Y.

The kids (M6, M9, M10, F12) have gotten a kick out the different monsters - especially the Winkers and Stinkers! This cute card game appeals to different age groups. Ezra (M6) had a great time playing and trying to build WuzzIts. A 4 year old came over and took out all the cards to match the tops and bottoms. The game is easy to play and the added variations make it more challenging for older players. Sometimes the game is too short - we've sometimes been dealt a winning hand right away, which is actually a bit frustrating since you want to actually play the game!

FEATURES

Manufacturer Description

Enter the wacky world of WuzzIts and watch to see what they morph into next! Clever choices and a sharp eye are rewarded in this fun monster match up. The WuzzIt population is divided in five families, but the mischievous WuzzIts like to combine with each other to create a confusing cast of characters. The right moves will help you match up the monsters. On each turn, players choose one of their top or bottom cards to exchange for a surprise card. Playing is easy, but victory is tricky. Round up the most WuzzIts to win! Skills: Visual Perception; Arithmetic; Strategy; Social Play

Model Number

#00860

Year Introduced

2014

Contents

  • 62 Cards