Today, WizKids announced that its English release of the party game El Maestro is now available online and in stores. The game puts a new spin on the classic Charades formula as players will have to draw in the air with others trying to guess what they’ve made.
In El Maestro, one player leads the group in air drawing their Oeuvre (their fine work of art). The others physically draw along with the motions, doing their best to recreate the Maestro’s shapes and understand their signals. Sign your masterpiece, then guess what you’ve been creating – and try not to laugh too hard when you share!
Players gain points for artistic merit, as well as for words guessed correctly. The Maestro gains points depending on whether or not they spoke during their performance. The game ends after 4 rounds, and the player with the most points wins!
Perfect for game night, El Maestro is a fun new spin on charades-style gameplay that will earn a standing ovation from the whole family!
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