Game Dont Laugh Jr

Family Game for Laughing and Fun: Bonding Games

Board game is a junior version of the partygame. Game produces bonding and laughing for families and groups.

Board Game from The Lolo Company: Game Review from CyberParent

Don’t Make Me Laugh Jr  

Don’t Make Me Laugh Jr is a zany family game that is fun forchildren and adults. The game:

  • Promotes creativity and imagination.
  • Builds confidence and self-esteem.
  • Helps overcome shyness.
  • Builds ability to improvise.
  • Is good for 2-5 players or teams.
  • Requires one player to read.
  • Is designed by teachers.
  • Is the winner of 7 awards.


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This junior version of a popular party game prompts players to perform various improvisations,individually or as a group. Players start at the Little Chuckle, then race in a crazy land to be the first one to theBig Guffaw.

Players move through the game while acting out funny improvisations to make the other players laugh.Players dare each other not to laugh at their foolishness. Some even get to wearthe clown nose. 

Game includes the game board, 242 laughter cards, 5 tokens, 1 die, and a red clownnose. It’s fun with two players but becomes better with four orfive. 


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There is no real strategy to Don’t Make Me Laugh Jr. It is a game with the sole purpose of laughing, having fun, and bonding withyour group.

Although the manufacturers recommend age 5 and up, we think it could beplayed with younger kids if you remove some of the more obscure or difficult tounderstand cards. 

Larger illustrations here.

Manufacturer’s Suggested Age: 5 and up.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD- Small parts. Not for children under 5 years. 

Game-Toy Review by Donna Green: Copyright © 2004 CyberParent. All rights reserved.


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