When I say the game was a hit, I’m not kidding. It is the most played with Christmas gift! And the adults have enjoyed it too. There are many ways to make the game less or more challenging. My kids (ages 5 and 6) can set it up and play by themselves or it can be made more challenging with riddles- as well as blank cards to make your own clues. I am a Speech Language Pathologist in an elementary school and I am also using this game with my students to work on goals of sequencing, inferencing, teamwork and following directions. It’s a wonderful way to get them up and moving during lessons.