The following is a guest post by my daughter, Barrie. Gamewright sent me a complimentary copy of their new card game Dweebies, and it’s been such a hit with my family that Barrie asked to write the review.

The game Dweebies is a very interesting game. The Dweebies are very cute. I like how you have to match up the Dweebies on both ends to collect the cards. One of the fun things about the game is that there isn’t always an even number of cards. Some of the Dweebies are Scientist Dweebie, Doctor Dweebie, Chef Dweebie, and Artist Dweebie.

I like how the game works. You don’t know if you’re going to get the cards or someone else will put down the card before you. One thing that isn’t so fun is that on some turns you have to put down a card somewhere even if you don’t want to [Ed.: when there are unconnected cards in the play area, the next player is required to fill in the gap]. Another thing I don’t like about the game is that sometimes you don’t know what the Dweebies are. Dweebies isn’t the most challenging game but it is very fun and cute.

I recommend this game to someone who is looking for a card game. The cards for the game are sort of thick so they are good and they will last. I like the game because the cards are very cute and funny. The game is a good game to play with the whole family. Dweebies is not too hard to play so it is easy to play with little kids.