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Zip-It

Zip-It is one of Madison’s favorite games. When my parents were here for Thanksgiving, we played multiple rounds of this great game.

Zip-It is a 2 player game. Each player picks a zipper color and that zipper is how you keep score. You each get twelve die, and your goal is to make a crossword puzzle with them the fastest. The words can be of any length. The first player who gets to ten wins.

I love that this game is small and self contained. This is another great game that I can throw into my purse, and we can take it anywhere (in the car, on a plane, when you are out to dinner, etc). It helps my daughter with her spelling, and it gets super competitive when you play with adults.

Zip-It is a quick, fast, fun game that everybody should try.

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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