Educational Insights Freeze Up!

Let’s play Freeze Up, the keep-your-cool, countdown category game. Quick. Name an animal that starts with C. How about a fruit that starts with B or a flower that starts with T? Sounds easy, right? No clue? Losing time? Press the button to change the category or the letter. Think fast, but think smart—other players may challenge your answer. With the clock ticking, players must keep their cool and answer before their time’s up and they’re frozen out. The last player left in this fast-paced electronic category game is the Freeze Up ch-ch-ch-champion. Features two challenging ways to play—nail-biting AUTO mode and self-paced MANUAL mode—plus 170+ think-quick categories, built-in timer and scorekeeper, crystal-clear speech, and fun sound effects. Fun for the entire family. Requires 3 AA batteries (included). For 2 to 8 players.

Product Features

  • It’s an icy hot game of pass around word play! Name an animal that starts with a C. Sounds simple, but with time ticking, it’s easy to freeze up!
  • Select number of players, press “Go” for a category and letter, and answer fast! If you FREEZE UP, press “New Letter” or “New Category” and try again.
  • Continue passing Freeze Up around until time runs out-the last player standing with time on the clock WINS!
  • Features over 170 categories and 2 modes of play with automatic scoring.
  • Includes portable, handheld Freeze Up! Game and instructional guide. Requires 3 AA batteries (INCLUDED!).
  • For 2-8 players or teams – the perfect pass-around party game!
  • Winner of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award and Teacher’s Choice Awards for the Family.
  • Fun indoor activity at home or at school!

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|| Comments

    By Liz on October 10, 2017

    Better for a Younger Audience To start with, let me say that I play games quite often and own what most people think is a ridiculous number of games. That being said, this game is way too easy for adults. It’s a shame, because I like the concept.Decide on the number of teams first (we did 2, even though there were 8 of us, because it would have taken all night otherwise). Each team gets 60 seconds separately and time deducts each round until you run out. So for example if I was on my own team, I’d have 60 sec…

    By McNamee Erin on October 10, 2017

    Best for 8 and up

    By Anonymous on October 10, 2017

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