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University Games presents Sort It Out, the trivia game of putting things in order!

Who knows the biggest, fastest, loudest, smallest, longest everything?

Sort It Out is the fast-paced game of measurement where knowing just a little about something can help you win it all.

This is not your average trivia game — guessing is half the fun! Perfect for your next game night, ideal entertainment at Christmas lunches and a great icebreaker at social gatherings.

There are endless laughs as players try to figure out the right order for a Topic Card. Sort earliest to latest, most to least, oldest to youngest, highest to lowest and more! When you think you have the correct order, using the Playing Board paddle and coloured Pegs, turnover the card and learn who got the answers in the right order! 

Do you know the answers? Is a moose heavier than a giraffe? Does a box jellyfish have more eyes than a scallop? Did Garfield or Hello Kitty originate first? Is Liam Neeson taller than an average fully-grown llama?

Many facts you never knew, and you have great fun learning them. Collect points for correct answers and move the coloured Moving Pieces around the Game Board to win!

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Contents: 1 Game Board, 4 Moving Pieces, 4 Playing Boards, 20 Coloured Pegs (4 sets of 5 pegs), 250 Topic Cards and Instructions. For 2-4 players. Ages 12 years and up.

University Games features exciting, original games for kids and grown-ups. Creative gameplay and quality components are our standard, but that's not all we offer. We offer party games that are perfect to play with the whole family, as well as several titles that are ideal for a rowdy evening with your adult friends! So, spend time with us and you can have a great time with the family, get to know the neighbours or even learn how to read!

Available to order from U. Games Australia.

Sort It Out, WATCH NOW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJHWNn4_vdk

www.ugames.com.au

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