I am really pleased that the Welsh Mummy Blogs family are part of the Blogger Board Game Club. Our job is to review some of the best family games on the market over the next 3 months. In exchange for our honest reviews, we get to keep our new games!
Our second game on the list is, Who Did It?
“But, but…who did that?!”
In the card game Who Did It?, players race to get rid of their cards so that they can avoid the blame of owning the animal that pooped. Each game is as fun as it is fast; quickly find your card, be the first to throw it down, then blame someone else! Was it YOUR cat that pooped in the living room? Because it sure wasn’t my bunny!
The game is advertised at players over 6 years old. It can be played with 3-6 players and the game takes roughly 15 minutes to play.
This game has been the talk of my house for the past 2 weeks. Every time my 6 year old son’s friends come over, they want to play it. I am pretty sure it has something to do with the poop!!
Object of the Game:
A impressive poo was found in the middle of the living room. One of your pets or one of the other players’ pets must have done it. But who?
Defend the innocence of your 6 pets by getting rid of all your cards. Quickly find the right card as they are accused, lay it down first, and then pass the blame to another animal. To avoid being the owner of the guilty pet, make sure to act fast and remember which animals were already proven innocent.
Each round, the owner of the guilty pet collects a poop token. At the end of the game, the player with the least amount of poop tokens wins.
Playing the Game:
The youngest player starts the game by putting down the pet of their choice in the middle of the table and saying, for example: “It was not my turtle that pooped in the living room, but I think it was someone’s hamster”.
Everyone else must then race to find their hamster card and be the first to place it on top of the turtle card that is on the table, proving the innocence of their hamster.
The first player to place his hamster card then passes the blame on to another animal and then says, for example: “It was not my hamster that pooped in the living room, but I think it was someone’s fish”
Everyone else then races again to find their fish card, and picks a different animal to pass the blame on to. It’s really simple to follow, even my 4 year old son got involved.
It’s a fun game of memory and speed! The game definitely helps with getting the children off their tablets!
For more information and to purchase ‘Who Did It?’ please visit – Amazon