Tuesday, December 4, 2012

You've Been Sentenced Country Music Edition Review and Giveaway 12/12/2012

I had the pleasure of reviewing You've Been Sentenced, now I have the chance to review the new version called You've Been Sentenced Country Music Edition.  I had the pleasure of receiving their latest game, “You’ve Been Sentenced!: Country Music Edition.” Once again, I’d like to thank Donald McNeill, the CEO of McNeill Designs, for sending me a free copy.  Since this edition plays the same way as the base game, we will stick to the newness of this game.

Like the base game, there are a total of 540 cards that will test your sentence structure skills.  Your goal remains the same: score as many points as you can by forming grammatically correct sentences with some or all of the ten cards that you’ll draw every round.  A sand timer is available to keep things moving and your peers will be the judge of the sentences you throw together, so be ready to attack or defend a questionable sentence when appropriate. This is the beauty of You've Been Sentenced. You play a game with your kids that is actually educational and tests their grammar skills.

This You've Been Sentenced Game is based on Country Music. You don't have to be a country music fan to enjoy the game or play it. You can make your own strange sentences to make the game both educational and enjoyable.
When you are buying your Christmas gifts this year, I know you are interested in the costs. Who knows what taxes lie beyond the new year? The game costs $29.95 which will turn some people off. However, the educational value is worth every penny. If you have the first You've Been Sentenced game, you can actually mix the two games together and play. This can enhance your gaming experience.

I love this game because it is fun and educational for my children. They have fun and learn. They are pushed in a fun way to learn. Games like this are a great educational replacement to video games that turn our children's minds into mush.
You've been Sentenced! Country Music Edition


In recent years, this country has seen a tremendous increase in the cocooning behavior of singles, married couples, friends and families alike. A correlating revitalization of the board and card game industry has opened the door for many new games, as well as increased sales of the classics.

Founded in 2004, McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds launched into this marketplace with a series of innovative board, card, and party games including its flagship product, the word game You’ve been Sentenced! The game has consistently been recognized by both the toy and game industry, as well as the education community, and is the recipient of numerous national awards including:

• PTPA Seal of Approval 
• Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, Gold Seal Award
• Creative Child Magazine, Seal of Excellence 
• Dr. Toy Best Products
•Tillywig Award
• National Parenting Seal of Approval
• iParenting Media Hot Product Award
• FAO Schwarz Toy Auditions, Winner
• Spewgie Award, Best Family Fun Game
• George Lucas Educational Foundation's Edutopia magazine, Hot Media for Educators
• Mr. Dad Seal of Approval

Following up its success with You’ve been Sentenced, McNeill Designs’ added the award-winning memory game Twisted Fish, numerous You’ve been Sentenced! themed add-on decks, and more to its roster of products. Most recently, the firm announced the launch of a NASA Space Terminology Deck themed add-on deck for the You’ve been Sentenced! word game.

Our philosophy of giving back

From the earliest stages of the firm’s development, McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds has been committed to using its success to help support important charitable causes. McNeill Designs currently donates a portion of sales of the word game You’ve been Sentenced! to Success Won't Wait, Inc. a 501c3 non-profit organization that helps fight illiteracy through the distribution of books. 

Today, you have your chance to win a copy of You've Been Sentenced Country Music Edition. One lucky person will have McNeill Designs send them a free copy

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