How to Play:
Can you see a trumpet? How about a rabbit that's pink? Now mark a path between them in this clever game of links! Take turns calling out objects and marking off the spaces. Every board has the same pictures but found in different places. You don't want to help another player win, so be careful what you name. Be the first to link two sides together and Bingo! - You've won the game!
About this Game:
We love games with simple rules that offer infinitely engaging play. Such is the case with Bingo Link. From the moment we first played, we knew it not only had the makings of a great Gamewright game, but also that it was the perfect complement to Walter Wick’s amazing Can You See What I See? book series. The combination of four uniquely shaped game boards with 61 objects from Walter’s visually dazzling collection makes this a game that’s not only a treat for the eyes, but also an endlessly repeatable challenge for players of all ages!
This game is so much fun and my five and eight year old boys can play it alone together because the instructions are perfectly simple and no reading is required. I highly recommend this game!!!
If you need something to fill a few minutes, this is your game! My kids love this game, they switch the cards with everyone after every game. It's fun to find all the things the kids find! Great game!