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Colourbrain - Ultimate Board Game for Families | Top Board Games for Kids and Adults

Updated: Mar 7


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  1. Crafty colourful questions

  2. Colourful answers

  3. Race to the finish

  4. Suitable for Kids and Adults

  5. Easy to learn and quick to play








Product Description


CRAFTY QUESTIONS: Can you remember what colour the five Olympic rings are? How about the colour of the four Teletubbies? Or the lid on a jar of marmite?


COLOURFUL ANSWERS: Colourbrain is one of the easiest board games for families to learn. Each team holds eleven Colour Cards in front of them. Together, they have to figure out which ones to put down to answer the question.


RACE TO THE FINISH: Play the correct colours and your team can race ahead with the points... as long as some of the other teams get it wrong. First to reach 10 points, wins!


KIDS VS ADULTS: From Pot Noodles to Pubs, Noddy to Netflix, this board game is filled with 300 questions that the whole family can join in with.


EASY TO LEARN, QUICK TO PLAY: Like all our board games, Colourbrain takes about 2 minutes to learn and 20 minutes to play. Perfect for large groups (2-20 players) and ages 14+.


What colour is a phone box in Japan?

Or the lights on the wings of a plane?


If you’re used to watching Mum or Dad win every time at family games like Trivial Pursuit, it’s time to think again – this time, it’s anyone’s game.


In Colourbrain, each team faces a crafty colour-themed question. Luckily, they’ve been given all the answers to begin with – they just need to choose the right ones. Using the eleven Colour Cards in their hands, players must decide which cards to put down in answer to the question.


Techni-colour Questions


Hand each player (or team) eleven Colour Cards. Next, grab a Question Card and reveal the first question. Players must decide which colour (or colours) to put down to answer.




Colourful Answers

Everyone flips over their colour cards. If a player got it right, they only earn a point if another player got it wrong. That means if everyone (or no one) got it right, nobody gets any points!





Fun For The Whole Family

A super fun game for the whole family. If you’re used to watching Mum or Dad win every time at family games like Trivial Pursuit, it’s time to think again – this time, it’s anyone’s game.








What People Think of Colourbrain


"Great game - A lot of laughter had by all at some of the colours people though things were!" ... "Brilliant game for all ages (even our 7 year-old enjoyed it!) Games don't drag on and the rules are straightforward. Really gets you thinking about colours which you take for granted and see everyday, but don't really take in." ... "Bought for Christmas but due to being snowed in over the weekend, we opened it early and we were glad we did! 8 Adults between 18 - 52 years all thought it was a fab game, easy to master the rules but not so easy to answer the questions.."


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