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Blogger Board Game Club review: Who Did It?

Blogger Board Game Club review: Who Did It?

We are a family which loves to play games. If they can be squeezed in a bag for a weekend away – even better! As members of the Blogger Board Game Club we were recently sent the small game called Who Did It? to try out at home.

Who Did It? from blue orange

“My parrot did NOT poop in the middle of the living room, but I think a rabbit did it!”

Who Did It?

As the proud owner of a cute little rabbit, you need to quickly clear it of this deed and put the blame on another’s pet. You must trust your memory and your reactivity or you might blame a pet already proven innocent and be left with clearing the mess!

Who Did It? family game review

This is a fun, family game which my children just love (probably because of the poo tokens!). The idea is simple enough for children to grasp – defend the innocence of your 6 pets by getting rid of all your cards. Quickly find the right card as they are accused, lay it down first, and then pass the blame to another animal.

Who did it? game

To avoid being the owner of the guilty pet, make sure to act fast and remember which animals were already proven innocent. It’s ben a big hit in our house. It’s fun and fast-paced and perfect for entertaining the kids when we’re short of time.

Essential information:

What’s inside the box: 36 cards (6 animals in 6 colours), 13 poop tokens, instructions and game box

Who Did It? is priced £10.99

Perfect for ages 6 and over

Can be played by 3-6 players

A game takes around 15 minutes


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  • Reply
    Mellissa Williams
    October 24, 2018 at 8:25 am

    It sounds like a good game to play with primary age kids and it’s priced well too. Perfect for a stocking filler

  • Reply
    October 24, 2018 at 11:48 am

    What a fun game to play! It sounds like it’s enjoyable for adults as well as children 🙂 The perfect game for school holidays.

  • Reply
    Holly king
    October 27, 2018 at 8:56 pm

    Hocus pocus

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