Outfoxed (Board Game)

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Description

Mrs. Plumpert's prized pot pie has gone missing, and now it's a chicken chase to crack the case!

In Outfoxed, you move around the board to gather clues, then use the special evidence scanner to rule out suspects. You have to work together quickly because the guilty fox is high-tailing it towards the exit! Will you halt the hungry hooligan before it flies the coop — or will you be outfoxed?

Product Details

Barcode
0759751004187
Department
Boards & Dice
Released
12 Apr 2017
Genre
Children's Games
Category
Game Mechanic
Year Published
2014
Family
Animals: Foxes
# of Players
2 - 4
User Suggested # of Players
Best with 2 - 4 players, Recommended with 1 - 4 players
Suggested Ages
5 and up
Playing Time
15 minutes
Publisher
User Suggested Ages
5–10
Language Dependence
No necessary in-game text
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

Everyone will love this game!

Reviewed by on (Verified Buyer)

My two nephews have given me an excuse to indulge my love of board games. Luckily they love games as well! My 3-year old nephew especially loved it, although he needs some guidance to play. Overall I would say that this is a really great family game. Everyone (including teenagers and grandparents) want to join in, and the cooperative aspect means that even those that hate losing join in. Most notably this is the game that will be played again and again as soon as the previous one is finished. This game has also gotten Gamewright as publisher on my radar. They have great games and the quality of the game board and all the accessories is excellent. You will be buying this as gifts as well!

A lovely family game

Reviewed by on (Verified Buyer)

This is a delightful family game, and ideal for playing with young children. Instead of playing against each other, players co-operate to outwit Mr Fox - thus relieving you of 'sore-loser syndrome' which can sometimes spoil family games. A fascinating feature of this game is a little plastic case in which a window slides open to reveal clues. Players need to remember these clues in order to identify the thief who has stolen a piece of pie before Mr Fox reaches his burrow at the other side of a gameboard. The age suggestion on the box is 5+ and it can certainly be played by children from that age onwards. I found 7 and 8 year olds loved it, as did we, their grandparents.