20m - 40m
2 - 5 Players
You like Air Guitar? You will love Air Drawing!
The Maestro needs to draw a picture which only they can see for the other players. How do they do this?
They Air Draw!
By drawing in the air with their fingers and using the Maestro’s Signals to indicate the relative positions the shapes that they have drawn!
The other players will try to recreate the best they can on their sketch-pads what the Maestro is Air Drawing.
After they have finished, each player will try to name the two things which they think they reproduced in their drawings.
Finally, points are awarded for the artistic merit as well as for the elements of the picture that the players have correctly guessed. The Maestro’s score depends on whether he spoke or not during his performance.
A game is played in four rounds.
Air drawing, communication and a lot of laughter in a party game from 3 to 8 players (and even more) from 8 y.o.
2 Players, 3 Players, 4 Players, 5 Players, 6 Players
20m – 40m
Paper-and-Pencil, Team-Based Game, Acting
Mancalamaro, TIKI Editions Inc., Tranjis Games, WizKids
Encore un jeu de dessin ? Ben oui. C'est quoi cette fois... Cette fois il faut dessiner dans l'air pour faire deviner des figures à tes copains. Pour ça tu as des codes : taille du cadre, écartement des pouces, nombre de doigts etc. Quand tu vois les têtes médusées des dessinateurs qui ne comprennent rien, tu es juste mort de rire. Ah ben c'est rigolo alors. Oui c'est drôle, il est bien ce petit jeu.
Seems too easy. Even the hard one are pretty easy. It is some fun, but not that much and the mechanic doesn't elevate this game where I tought it would be. edit: it is oddly too hard for kids and teens as the references for the drawings are obscure to them. rating history 1st play: 6
I am always into drawing games, and this is more like air drawings with some Pictionary. Fun little party game. I would be happy to play it again.