Pairs in Pears Review

After playing Bananagrams and Appletters, we were sent Pairs in Pears to review.

Pairs in Pears

We played Pairs in Pears with my two year old daughter.  This game contains four sets of the alphabet on slightly different fonts on the tiles.  My daughter was particularly taken with the pear shaped bag that the tiles came in.

Playing Pairs in Pears.
Playing Pairs in Pears.

There are several different ways to play Pairs in Pears, which are explained on the information leaflet inside the packaging.  We decided to play the matching game, where my daughter matched the four sets of letters with each other.  We placed them in four long alphabet rows, with matching letters vertically matching.  My daughter really enjoyed finding and placing the tiles in the correct place.  She has played this same game repeatedly and has yet to try all of the other wonderful game ideas on the leaflet.

I think that there is a lot of scope for these tiles.  I think that they could be used in many different ways.  I am impressed that the tiles in the Pairs in Pears, Bananagrams and Appletters games are all different, so that they are easy to sort out if they get muddled up.

Overall, we really enjoyed playing this game and I think that we will play it a lot more in the future.

Disclosure: We were given one Pairs in Pears game in exchange for this review.  All opinions are honest and my own.