This game will wip your flig (flip your wig). Sometimes known as a spoonerism, we’ve renamed this clever wordplay exercise Splickety Lit. Each question has words or phrases that have their beginning fonsonants clipped (consonants flipped…you pet the gicture). The challenge is to answer the Splickety Lit question correctly in the mame sanner. So, if asked who Skuke Lywalker's father was, you can confidently shout out (spoiler alert) "Varth Dader" Engaging your memory, word skills, and comprehension speed, Splickety Lit is a winner that'll keep everyone guessing, from fart to stinish.
The IdeaAnswer trivia as spoonerisms, words with beginning consonants flipped.
The BrainsBuild focus while improving auditory processing & listening comprehension.
The A-HaTeams face off in Rattle Bounds & Beam Tattles to be first to get from Fart to Stinish.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
Were you born with a silver spoonerism in your mouth? There's only way to find out!
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Good overall, could use minor tweaks
Great concept...but too cumbersonme...
To suggest this game was a "wakecalk" would be a lie, but we are sorry the game was not a "hash smit" with your family. The next time you give it a try, we suggest doing a quick scan of the four questions on the card and then choosing the one you think is the most possible for everyone playing to answer. (That way players have a chance to warm up and get in the right "sind met!")