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Swish, Jr. {Giveaway}–CLOSED

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As you may recall, our family LOVES playing games together.  The kids and I still play card games together almost every day, and my husband and I like to challenge each other to a strategy game at night once the kids are in bed. So, naturally, I gravitate toward game companies when seeking out products to review. I stumbled upon Think Fun and found out that they have tons of great family games in their collection!


I first heard of Think Fun in Parents Magazine. Their newest game, Word A Round, was named one of the Top 10 Family Board Games by the magazine, and it looked like my kind of game. The company makes all sorts of family games, from Early Learning to Logic Games to Brainteasers to Mobile Apps. They sell puzzles, card games, board games, and everything in between. In their shop you can search for games by Skill Set (reasoning, memory, math, etc.), Type, Age and Price, which makes searching for just the right game for your family so easy. One of their more popular card games, Swish™, has a kid brother, Swish™ Jr., and we were sent this game to review.


Swishâ„¢ Jr. is a visual game in which you ‘re trying to make matches, or “swishes. ” The cards are clear and have different designs on them–some designs are opaque and some are just outlined–and your goal is to match the designs so the object can “swish” through the hole of the other design. You can stack as few as two and as many as 12 cards on top of one another to make swishes, but no design can be left hanging.  And just like most card games, the player with the most matches at the end of the game wins. If my description made absolutely no sense to you, watch this short video below, and you’ll get it.

My husband and I played Swishâ„¢ Jr. and at first followed the easy variation of finding only two cards to “swish.” I am the first to admit that I’m TERRIBLE at anything spatial, so I knew I would be pathetic at this game. However, it wasn’t as bad as I thought. I was able to hold my own this round and had a good time playing.  After that, it all went downhill for me. The 3-card version (having to match 3 cards to create a swish) for me was way harder and was even challenging for my husband, though he was definitely smoking me. I realize that this is the junior version and is meant for kids, so I think after playing a  few times through and getting the mechanics of the game we’d be just fine. However, I do think it would be challenging for younger kids, but it is meant to be an educational, brain-building game, so a little challenge is good! Think Fun recommends the game for ages 5 and up, and I think depending on how you play (2 swishes vs. 3 or more), that is an appropriate age range.


We had a fun time playing together and I think it would be even more fun with a few other players (you can have up to 6 players). Having more people would definitely change the pace and the strategy of the game. This is a great game for your children who struggle with visual/spatial learning to help them improve that area while still having fun–I wish it had existed when I was younger! You can buy Swishâ„¢ Jr. online  for $12.99 and at select Walmart stores nationwide.

Enter to win a copy of Swishâ„¢ Jr. for your family!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

** This giveaway is open to U.S. entries only.

** The winner of this giveaway will be drawn no later than the morning of August 31st, 2013, and will be emailed within 24 hours.  If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn.

** This posting and giveaway were sponsored by Think Fun, but all opinions are strictly my own.

About Valerie

I love to run, sing, dance, read and goof around with my adorable hubby, "Kirk." My two kids definitely keep me on my toes, but there's nothing else I'd rather be doing than be at home learning, playing, laughing (and sometimes crying) right along with them.


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    This game looks like a blast! I love that it’s a game that is fun for both adults and kids and that you can play easy (2 card matches for kids) or more complicated with more than 2 card matches. We are crazy about card games at our house and we would love to add this one to the line up.

  2. This looks like the perfect game to play with my grandkids!

  3. I’m always looking for a great new game I can play with my kiddos.

  4. Sarah Mahan says:

    While my kids are still too young to play this game, I would love to have a nice stockpile of educational games to introduce when the time comes.

  5. looks like fun game to play with the little ones in my life

  6. sandra davis says:

    this would be a great game to play with my nieces who i keep alot. educational games are the best.

  7. Lyndi Malarchuk says:

    I think my boys would love to play this game! My youngest has some learning difficulties and two of the areas he needs help with are planning and reasoning. I think a fun game like this would be great for him.

  8. Raelyn Anderson says:

    I think my grandkids would love playing this games and it would help them learn as well.


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