Say Anything Game Review

Heather —  October 27, 2011


Want a new family game that gets people laughing and is hard to cheat or be aggressive about? Do you just want to see people have fun without strategizing for ages?

Then get Say Anything Family this Holiday Season.

Seriously. This family and party game is hilarious and easy to play. In a spin on giving your opinion, in this game, you must talk, write and vote on opinions and guess how others will vote.


The game is good for multi-age play and for lots of players. We played a few times with just three players, but, the more the better. If you have more than six, you can make teams.


Pieces are all included and pack back up nicely. Kids seem to love the little dry erase boards and pens. I liked the bright colors and modern look to all the pieces. The cards cracked me up!

Say Anything Family Edition game retails for $19.99.

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See what my crewmates have to say about Say Anything and Northstar Games.


I received Say Anything Family Edition through the TOS Crew for review purposes. I have given my honest opinion.


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2 responses to Say Anything Game Review

  1. Heather,

    Did you play the game? I’d like to hear some comments from your family about whether they liked it or not. That would be helpful.


    Co-Designer of Say Anything
    Designer of Wits & Wagers

    • Hi Dominic:) Yes, I did play. Honestly, my boys were not too into it, but my two daughters thought it was the best game ever. I noticed my husband kept trying to get my daughters to vote for his choice by choosing things he knew they would like, like when the question was “who is the best actress?” He put Rapunzel. Yeah right…:) Overall it was fun and rowdy and the questions were applicable for all ages, so no one felt left out. The one thing i felt stupid about at first, was that it took me a moment to find the spinner. I asked Emma what she likes best about it…”everything. i liked the questions and that my Dad plays it with me”. My older daughter took it to a slumber party and they had fun.