In my family, we are OBSESSED with tabletop games. Whether it’s card games, board games, RPG, or logic games; We just love them all. This can be an issue because we have a 4-year-old son and he wants to play too. It’s hard to explain to a preschooler that they can’t play games with us because it’s too hard. I’ve been on the hunt to find something we could do together. I saw Clue Master at Target and thought it looked adorable. It really stuck with me; I wished I would have grabbed it for my son.
As luck would have it, I got a offered a copy for review not even a day later. I was beyond excited, even though I knew it was a single player game. I didn’t expect to enjoy this game as much as we have so far. My son will sit on my lap on the couch and help me solve these little puzzles forever. It’s working his brain, the TV is off, and we’re bonding over something we both enjoy. The harder they get the more hints I have to give him, but he does pretty okay with it in my opinion. I’ve had to call dad over because we’ve been stumped a few times. This is the first ‘Think Fun’ game I own but based on this one, I would be willing to buy others. I am very impressed.