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Codenames Pictures

$16.29
Enjoy a brand new twist to the game that has taken the party game world by storm! With a brand new way of deciphering clues, find out which spymaster is able to make contact with all of their agents first with Codenames Pictures!
SKU: 49763
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Enjoy a brand new twist to the game that has taken the party game world by storm! Find out which spymaster is able to make contact with all of their agents first with Codenames Pictures!

Based on the highly popular Codenames party game - in which teams must try to make contact with all of their coloured agents first before the other team does, spymasters give one word clues that can point to multiple words on the table. Their teammates must then try to guess guess words of their colour while avoiding those of the opposing team’s. Codenames Pictures brings a brand new way of playing as now you’re not playing with words, but with illustrations insteadl

In Codenames Pictures Instead of trying to guess words of their colour, players must guess pictures of their colour! Bringing a brand new flavour to the already highly popular Codenames game, Codenames Pictures will give you and your friends a brand new way of deciphering clues! Bring it to the table and play it with your family and friends for hours of entertainment and head scratching fun!

Codenames Pictures is recommended for 2-8 or more players, ages 14 and up.

Codenames Pictures is a standalone game and not an expansion. You do not need the original Codenames game to play Codenames Pictures.

Enjoy a brand new twist to the game that has taken the party game world by storm! Find out which spymaster is able to make contact with all of their agents first with Codenames Pictures!

Based on the highly popular Codenames party game - in which teams must try to make contact with all of their coloured agents first before the other team does, spymasters give one word clues that can point to multiple words on the table. Their teammates must then try to guess guess words of their colour while avoiding those of the opposing team’s. Codenames Pictures brings a brand new way of playing as now you’re not playing with words, but with illustrations insteadl

In Codenames Pictures Instead of trying to guess words of their colour, players must guess pictures of their colour! Bringing a brand new flavour to the already highly popular Codenames game, Codenames Pictures will give you and your friends a brand new way of deciphering clues! Bring it to the table and play it with your family and friends for hours of entertainment and head scratching fun!

Codenames Pictures is recommended for 2-8 or more players, ages 14 and up.

Codenames Pictures is a standalone game and not an expansion. You do not need the original Codenames game to play Codenames Pictures.

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