The game looks very nice with the wooden balls and rolling cage. However, the balls fall out of the cage if not turned carefully. This issue can be dealt with but then all the cards do not work. The number covers get stuck and if pushed too hard can fall out. It was just very frustrating for the group of kids playing with it and they quickly lost interest.
The 5 members of my clan, ranging in age from early 20 to mid 50s, recently played this game again after what seems like a while, and the verdict remains unanimous, as it did when we first played Wits End many moons back. This is the best trivia game on the market by some distance. It is smart, challenging, and filled with a diverse set of questions and formats. Teasers, Wild Card, Odd 1 Out, Sequence, just take your pick. I choose the Teasers when I can because I am addicted to those riddles. The board is large and interesting. Even when you do not know the answers, you feel like you are learning something useful. It is for those who like to discover fascinating facts, and those who like to test how much is actually stored in their noggins. A one of a kind game, for sure.