Bold Made Bundle is a remake of the classic game Old Maid but without the negativity in avoiding the older woman deemed too old to marry. Bold Made flips the script on this outdated game and includes bold women who made huge impacts on our world. We hope to celebrate these bold women and spark curiosity about their amazing accomplishments.
Bold Made Athlete Expansion Pack
not A Stand Alone Game - it requires a copy of Bold Made which Sold Separately.
Made For All Ages - This fun game is designed for the whole family. It's perfect for bonding with kids, children, teens, adults, and grandparents. Bust it out during a reunion and watch everyone dive in! Perfect gift for girls and boys 3 and up.
Supports Strategic Thinking - The basics are easy to master, but you'll need to keep your focus steady with every card dealt. Action cards take the game to a whole new level!
Gorgeous Art - Celebrate women athletes who changed the world such as Billie Jean King, Nadia Comaneci, Alana Nichols , Gabby Douglas, and Kathrine Switzer. Every card features original hand-drawn portraits of these strong women.
Quick but Endless Fun - Gameplay is simple and easy to learn. Every round runs for only 15 minutes and is great for 2 to 8 players. This makes our strong women playing cards perfect for game nights and birthday parties. Makes a great party game!
Bold Made is 3 games in 1. You can play similar to the classic Old Maid and Go Fish or chose to add the action cards to play Bold Made Advance which is great for older kids and adults!
My Opinion: This game is tons of fun as you play 3 ways and all ones I played as a kid. The thick cards and learning about women in our history along with athletes is a great learning experience for adults and kids.
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