Your mind is an open book with Magic Jinn- review/giveaway

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Have you ever noticed that some times your mind is an open book?  You could think of the most obscure animal, like the ? And someone will guess that exact animal?  Are you that predictable?  Did you give a certain clue?  Is it just magic?  It's time to challenge Magic Jinn

Magic Jinn is the new interactive guessing game from Hasbro. The premise of the game is simple. First think of an animal. Magic Jinn will ask a series of questions. Respond with yes, no, I don't know or maybe. Based on your responses, Magic Jinn can determine the animal. Could he read your mind?  Can you stump Magic Jinn?  It is all part of the fun. 

We have been playing with Magic Jinn a lot. The kids love trying to stump him. Whether it's a boa constrictor or a porcupine fish, they try to think of the most obscure animal that they know. A few times they have stumped Magic Jinn. I would suggest that a parent play the game with the kids a few times. Incorrect answers or unclear answers can affect the game. Still, it is fun to be creative and learn the art of deductive reasoning (just don't tell the kids).

Magic Jinn is available at toy stores, mass merchants and online. It retails for $19.99. Magic Jinn has additional categories of Food and Drink. 

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Disclosure: I received this product to review and to giveaway. All opinions are my own.  

15 comments:

  1. I would choose an unusual sea creature like a Narwal

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  2. Id pick a hammerhead shark or a rhino beatle.

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  3. I'd pick a irukandji jellyfish. Dunno, my hubby came up with this one.
    Michelle Tucker

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  4. A Hippo

    shelly sawicki lash neuhouser

    mneuhouser at gmail dot com

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  5. I would stump Jinn with a 2 toed sloth

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  6. I would stump it with a Komodo Dragon
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  7. Maybe the Aardvark
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

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  8. I would use a seal.
    Laurie Emerson

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