Me and my oldest daughter use to play this game a long time ago (she is in her 20's now so you can debate if she is still a kid) and we enjoyed it. The 3 of us decided to break this out and see if it still holds up.
Players use cards to bid on various items that might come up for sale on eBay. An electronic gizmo determines turn order and decides when a particular auction is over. Players only have a few seconds to place a bid when their color is called by the gizmo or a buzzer will sound and bidding moves to another player. Items up for bid are shown with an estimated value. The real value of the item can be higher or lower and known only when a player actually wins the bidding on that item. Players can double-score items if they can get a collection of three or more items of the same color/category
Dad - $3850
Joan - $2850
Tyler - $7750?????
Wait what??? he has almost $8000???? Well what i found out is that every time my millennial daughter comes over they almost always play ebay. And that is why the clown is names proxy, but it is also why Tyler, being the gamer that he is, already had a full strategy in place for domination. And he did.
Board Game Geek Rating: 6.0
"If you go on Ebay at all, and who does not, this is the closest thing to an ebay simulator. You get to live the anger of getting out bid, or the last minute victory. You also get to experience buyers remorse when you pay too much for something. Still fun after all these years."
"It's fun but not great."
"Yeah, I agree with Joan, I like it enough to play it but not amazing."