Theme and What is it?
Game Build Quality
The cards are made from a thin card stock. After just a few games some of the cards started to get bent. Everyone is trying to slam their pet down at the same time it was very easy to slam your hand or arm into another players card. I wish the cards were thicker. The poop tokens are a normal token quality. They just sit in front of players reminding them of their pet’s shame of pooping in the wrong locale. The carrying case was the crowning component of the set. It is a fun, stuffed, plush emoji poop bag and zips up to hold everything in.
I am not really into poop…at all. Could this game have used a different theme and still been entertaining? Probably not. Blaming cute little critters for having an accident worked and so did the art direction. The animals all look miserable that they are being blamed for this malodorous happenstance. They are so pathetic looking that you really want to prove that it wasn’t them. The little poop tokens look like…poop tokens. The emoji poop is everywhere and this games makes use of this instantly recognizable turd.
Like I said before, I had way more fun playing this with adults. But you may be different and can put up with tons of little kid poop jokes. Maybe you even really enjoy kid poop jokes. Who am I to judge? Back to the point. Who Did It? has all the ingredients of a fantastic party game: humor, all players active, fast paced and easy to teach. All but the most stuffy of gaming groups should enjoy Who Did It?
Age Range & Weight
Who Did It? is for 6+. I feel this is a good age assessment. We had one six year old in the kid group and they really struggled to locate the animal and get the card out fast enough. The older kids were usually faster and the only time the six year old played cards was when everyone one else had played that animal. If it was a whole group of 6 and 7 year olds then it would be a more fair game for everyone involved. I would have to leave the house for that game!
Party games are a dime a dozen. So how do you make yours stand out? Make it about poop, of course. Who Did It? would be a great addition to any party game arsenal. Why not start the night by exploding some kittens and then finishing up with exploring who made the poopy on the floor. It just works like that. Party games are to make people laugh because that brings us together. In a world were we are constantly reminded of our own mortality, its great to know that we can enjoy a good game about poop before our little microsecond of existence is snuffed from the massive and every expanding universe.