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Pictionary Air Family Drawing Game £15 click and collect at Argos

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Introducing Pictionary Air, a hysterical way to play the classic family drawing game! Draw in the air, see it on screen in this exciting twist on the quick-draw classic. Download the Pictionary Air app to your smart phone or tablet to get started. Point the in-app camera at the illustrator and they'll appear, along with their sketch, on the screen of your smart device.

Get up and get moving with Pictionary Air, a hilarious twist on the original drawing game.

Download the free Pictionary Air app, point the in-app camera at the illustrator and they'll appear, along with their sketch, on the screen of your smart device.

Take turns drawing clues in the air while your teammates guess the images that appear on the screen. The team with the most points after 10 rounds wins.

The easy-to-use app lets you record your performance and play it back for more laughs in between rounds, or save and share it with your friends.

Custom mode allows you to adjust the round timer and number of rounds to give beginners or younger kids more time to draw. Freestyle mode allows you to draw without any time limits or rounds.

Contents: Includes 112 game cards, card box, light pen and instructions.
2 or more players.
Batteries required: 1 x AA (included).
For ages 8 years and over.
Boxed dimensions: H26.5, W20, D5cm.
1 year manufacturer's guarantee.
EAN 887961810530.
WARNING(S):

Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Only for domestic use.
To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.
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    Don't do it. Get a pen and paper or whiteboard version.
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    Nooooooo imagining my family staring at me through their phones makes me feel sad inside. Why does this have to have screens involved? Maybe I'm just an old fashioned twit...
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