Munchkin Monday: Hisss Game Review

Munchkin Monday: Hisss Game Review

My sister and I are on summer vacation and always looking for something to do. So we sit down and play some games! Today’s game was called Hisss! This is how you play. You shuffle the cards and put them in a neat pile, or just spread all the cards out on the table. The colors are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, and RAINBOW! Then you find someone in your house or someone nearby to play with you! Then you can start!

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The youngest person goes first. Player 1 picks up a card from the pile and puts it on the table, face up, so all the players can see what it is. Let’s say the card has 2 colors on it: Red and Orange. Since you are the first person who drew a card, just put it in the middle of table.

The player with the most pieces of snake wins! Hisss by Gamewright. - SahmReviews.com #KidReview

Player 2, takes a card. If one of the colors match the colors that Player 1 put down, like Red and Purple, then you place the red by the red. In other words, if Player 2 drew a card with Blue and Green, then Player 2 will place the card on different part of the table, away from the other card, to start a new snake.

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All the players do this over and over again. Then Player 3 draws a Red head! The head’s color has to match one of the body’s end colors. For example, there is a really long snake with the colors Purple and Green at each end of the not-yet-completed snake. Then one person draws a Green head! The person who drew that card puts the head by the red end, and it stops there, because it is the head of the snake! Then the only way the snake to get bigger is to add on the other way.

Let’s say the next player draws a Purple tail! The player who drew that card puts the card by the purple end, and completes that snake! The player who completed the snake claims it, and puts it in that player’s winning pile.

Hisss by Gamewright is a great kid-friendly game! - SahmReviews.com #KidReview

So back to the regular thing, Player 3 puts the head next to the Red spot. Or if there isn’t one, place it somewhere else on the table.

Players keep drawing cards and completing snakes until there are no more cards left. The not-completed snakes go in a discard pile, and all the players count how many cards they have. Or, if you want, you can count by how many snakes you have. The player with the most snakes or cards wins!

If you think you would like these snakes at your house, for under $11 you can grab a copy of Hisss on Amazon. Connect with Gamewright on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with their other great games.

Madison

About Madison

Madison is currently a student excelling in math and science. She's active in orchestra, band and various competitive sports. When she isn't participating in one of her many extra-curricular activities, you can find her playing video games or watching Netflix.

31 comments on «Munchkin Monday: Hisss Game Review»

  1. Terry says:

    Love the name of that game!! HISS! I bet this snake could become very long, or maybe even be on the short side. I have 3 Grandkids who are younger, one of them I know would really like this game. Thank you so much for explaining it so I can understand it.

  2. Amy Desrosiers says:

    Wow Madison, this looks like a fun game for my kids too! They love card games as well.

  3. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    Both of my boys love games like this, too! We play lots of games, but I had never heard of this one before. I think I might get it, though, because I think my two boys would love it.

  4. Lori says:

    This looks like a fun game! I bet my daughters would love it. We have family game night in our home regularly.

  5. Rosey says:

    This is just the kind of game I like when I want to play something with the kids, but we’re short on time (so it has to a game that moves fairly quickly). I like the addition of the rainbow colored card, that makes things just a bit cooler. Great review!

  6. Looks like a great game! I think my niece and nephew would enjoy playing this! Might have to add this to the possible Christmas Gifts for this year!

  7. This looks like a fun game! Congrats to your daughter on her first game review – great job!

  8. Meagan says:

    We love family game night at our house! This game would be perfect for the whole family! Looks like so much fun!

  9. Michele says:

    This game sounds like fun-somewhat like a jigsaw puzzle. You explained it wonderfully so that even I (who is not really good at these things) could play with no problem–unless I kept picking cards with the wrong color!

  10. Nolie says:

    What a neat game. My kids would probably enjoy it.

  11. Daisy says:

    How fun is this!! I need to get this for my family to try out.

  12. What a neat game. I’d love to get this so I could play with my kids for family game night. Great review.

  13. I loved your review; and fell in love with the game. I had never heard of this game but it looks great and like a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing.. can’t wait to read more of your posts soon…

  14. Pam says:

    That game sounds like a lot of fun! What a great review, now I really want to play it.

  15. kristin says:

    That looks like a really fun game. My girls would have a lot of fun with a game like this.

  16. I haven’t heard of this game but it sounds like a fun game for the family. I will have to keep my eye out for it the next time I am shopping for a family game.

  17. Great review! This looks like a great game for my nieces and nephew to play! Thanks for sharing.

  18. Shauna says:

    Oh what fun. My kids love playing games and it is the one time I get peace in the house when the kids play together:) HA! This sounds like a lot of fun

  19. Jennifer says:

    This looks like a great game. It’s simple to play, but it looks like one of those “all night” games. Great review. Keep writing!

  20. Dawn says:

    This is one of those games that can lead to some great laughs. I can just tell. I’ll have to get this for game night.

  21. Stefany says:

    What a great game review! I think my kids would love this!

  22. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    Thanks for sharing your great review. It sounds like a fun game for kids to play.

  23. We have this game! My kids enjoy it, it’s simple and the concept keeps my kids entertained!

  24. Looks like a super fun and educational game! I will have to check it out for my two kids!

  25. lisa says:

    We have family game night a lot and this would be perfect. Great review and it looks/sounds fun!

  26. Jenna Wood says:

    I love visual games like this! I think I’d even have fun playing with the younger kiddos, and I think the older kids would love making their own snakes!

  27. Emily says:

    What a wonderful game review! My son would love playing this – my husband might not though because he’s scared of snakes which makes me want to buy it more.

  28. This looks like a really fun game. I love the matching aspect of it and the bright colors and graphics on the cards.

  29. Jenn says:

    Looks like a super fun game! I love the name HISS…
    You did a great job writing this up too, keep writing!!

  30. Liz Mays says:

    This is exactly the kind of game I’d buy! It looks so fun and the matching of colors is neat!

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