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A great game for family gatherings
Fast, fun, and super-creative, Morphology forces your family to think about everyday objects in a completely new way. And with no limit to how many people can play, Morphology is a great game for family get-togethers.
The perfect balance of competition and collaboration
Morphology is the perfect balance of competition and collaboration. Using wooden pawns, glass beads, small colorful wooden blocks, a bit of string, popsicle sticks, and more, Morphology asks players to create an image for their teammates to identify. Without spelling out the words or speaking, the creator/player assumes the role of a puppeteer rather than that of an actor. From "butterfly" to "nose hairs," if the teammates can guess the word within the allotted time, their team frog moves forward toward the finish.
However, when a team player lands on a Lily Pad with the word "Roll" he must roll the die, and depending on the results may be required to build the word with his eyes closed, using his non-dominant hand only, or even create with only the string. The twists and turns the die creates add another layer of hilarity to this crazy-fun game.
All ages play together
Morphology is one of those rare games that allows for social interaction with mixed age groups and is so straightforward that it is almost intuitive to play. Plus, since the rules are not complex, non-gamers are not frightened away.
Morphology includes 600 cards, over 60 various building components, timer, die and more. Be aware that there may be a card or two that you'll want to skip. Recommended for ages 13-plus because of the limit on the timer; younger children will love playing but may need more time to make their words.