It can be hard to keep larger groups entertained, but PinPoint is a great choice if you like party games, have a medium to large sized group, and love variety! This little box has enough packed inside to keep your group laughing and engaged. Let’s check it out!

What Is It?

A 3-in-1 party game! The separate modes are equally simple to learn and play, and allow for a good range of players.

1 – 100 – Can be played cooperatively or competitively. Players take turns choosing a comparison from a card (i.e. 1 – mild to 100 – spicy) and a random number from a number card, and giving a clue based around the comparison to get everyone else to guess the target number. The clue giver and guessers can earn up to 3 points per round and after a number of rounds based on player count, the player with the most points wins! (In co-op, you compare your total points to a rank chart).

Least – Most – This has you use character cards (or the players in the game themselves) and read out questions of “who is most likely to …” something. Players secretly lock in who they think is the least and most likely, and earn points based on how many other players answer the same way. The player with the most points wins!

1 – 10 – Finally, this one is best played in teams of 2, but there is a variant for an odd number of players as well. Teams choose a comparison (often the two teammates themselves) and again players will go around reading out “who is most likely to…” questions and guess along the scale who the question best applies to. Your team will score points if you and your teammate answer similarly, and the team with the most points wins!

Who Is It For?

  • 2 – 8 Players – Only 1 game can be played at 2, and at that count is only cooperative, but it works. I’d personally recommend 3+ for all of them, and bigger groups are definitely more fun. You can play with more than 8 if you proxy other materials, but I think 8 is a good cap, and lets you just use what’s in the box
  • Ages 13+ – At any age, some of the character cards may be people not everyone knows, but you can swap them for familiar ones, or make your own!
  • Fans of party games
  • Groups that like comparisons and/or know how one another think


  • Components – Nice quality across the board
  • Aesthetics – No art, but the color scheme of the game is very attractive
  • Rules – All the rules are separated to make learning a single game easy, and the rules are well written; rules sets are small so it is fairly quick to learn and teach
  • Variety – There’s a good number of cards to allow variety play to play, and having 3 games in 1 box also gives you options when you play


  • “Character” Cards – Personally, I wasn’t a big fan of some of the cards (i.e. political figures), and I would have preferred to just have fictional characters in the game
  • A lot of the comparisons/questions can be very subjective (i.e. my definition of spicy is very far from some of my friends), so it’s good to keep in mind who is answering, and/or expect people to go off of an “average idea” of X, for instance

Final Thoughts

When I play party games, I feel like I’m pretty quick to decide that a game “works,” or it doesn’t. If my group doesn’t seem engaged, or isn’t laughing and having a fun time, it doesn’t work, and I probably won’t give the game another look. I played these various play modes with different sized groups, and it always led to a lot of laughter, and fun, so… it works!

I do think that the one 2-player mode is the weakest, and I probably wouldn’t keep it around if I was only going to play that. But, with light rules, and quick game play, this one is great for family gatherings, or a casual game day with a big group.

Personally, I liked the team game, Least – Most, the best, but it is definitely going to shine brightest when you play with a teammate you know well, and you use yourselves as the comparison.

Overall, a solid mix of party games that I’m glad to have in one convenient box to bring to various events.

Additional Information:
My Final Rating – 7/10

Designers – Brett Sobol, Seth Van Orden
Artist – Matt Paquette & Co.
Publisher – Nauvoo Games
MSRP – $24.99

*I was provided a copy of this game to do this review*

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