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Loaded Questions

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  • The Classic Game of 'Who Said What' with More than One Million Sold!
  • 1,300+ Questions and No Right or Wrong Answers!
  • Made in USA
  • This New version includes hundreds of new questions and custom pieces.
  • For 4 to 6 players
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3 x 10 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B00004S7ZG
  • Item model number: 4102556
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,578 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (259 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Loaded Questions is a multiplayer game that tests your knowledge of other people's opinions as you race your opponents. By correctly guessing your fellow player's answers to probing, opinion-oriented questions, you advance around the board. Over 1,000 questions are included along with pencils, one die, six game pieces, a score pad, and board.

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Loaded Questions

Our bestselling game tests players on how well they know each other with more than 1,000 questions designed to spark laughter, creative discussion, and lasting memories. Whether you're with friends, family, or people you're just getting to know, Loaded Questions is the perfect answer to "What should we do now?"

The Three-Step How To Play

  • Depending on the space the roller lands on, the player reads aloud the question from the corresponding category.
  • Every player (except the roller) writes a personal answer for the question.
  • After answers are collected by the previous roller and read aloud, the roller must guess which player wrote which answer. For every correct match, the roller advances one space.

Sample Questions

If you could 'dis-invent' one thing, what would it be? What would be a terrible name for a new celebrity perfume? What is your best advice for how to make a million dollars? What is your greatest hidden talent?

Components

Gameboard, question cards, answer pad, pencils, die, game pieces, and rules.

Quick Facts
  • The Classic Game of 'Who Said What?'
  • More than 1,000 fun questions
  • Made in the USA
  • Ages Teen to Adult
  • Four to six players

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My friends and I had a blast playing this game!
P. Clayton
This is a great party game that asks people to guess who answered a question a certain way.
HardyBoy64
This is a fun game to play with both family and friends.
V. Hutson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

483 of 491 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 19, 2000
Format: Toy
This game was recommended to us by another group of friends who loved it! This game is definitely meant to be played by people who don't mind sharing some information about themselves. At first, you think the game is all about self-disclosure, but eventually, the competitive side of you comes to the realization, it can be all about stretching the truth a bit.
The questions are hysterical, and have given us much amunition to constantly tease each other about answers given. Questions to the group range from "If you could rid the earth of 3 creatures, which 3 would you dispose of?" or "On a scale of 1-10, how hard of a worker are you?" The person reading the question then has to guess who answered in which way. Sometimes there is a reversal, and everyone in the group has to guess how the person reading the question would answer.
Lots of fun, for a variety of groups...I have played with friends, colleagues and family!
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172 of 182 people found the following review helpful By David Traill VINE VOICE on December 18, 2002
Format: Toy
We originally purchased this game for game nights with friends of ours. The questions supplied (there is an expansion box of questions available now, too) ask a wide variety of questions that will really open up your inner workings to your fellow players if you are honest.
Overall, we have gotten more enjoyment and entertainment by just taking out the cards and reading them aloud, pondering the answers given. Questions like "What is your favorite beer" are easy, toss-up questions, but the more diffcult, introspective questions are the real meat of what makes the game more interesting.
This game is best suited for adults, and would make a great party game for any kind of game night when you finally get tired of Trivial Pursuit or Cranium, themselves excellent, wonderful games.
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156 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Judith A David on December 5, 2003
Format: Toy
I absolutely adore this game. A bunch of my friends and I get together every once in a while and this is a favorite for us.
I have to admit, we don't always follow the rules. We tend to ask whichever question on the card we like (out of four choices) and most times we are having so much fun we race not just to the finish but also back again to the start.
How does it work? Well. very simply. Every one takes turns moving around the board ad whatever color you land on, you ask that question (or not - as we play) Everyone writes down their answer, someone reads them to you and you guess who wrote what. As many as you get right, that's how far forward you go. There are a couple of reversals, a couple of short cuts, but it's pretty straight forward.
So why is it so much fun that I have literally peed myself and also literally fallen on the floor laughing? There are just a lot of open ended questions, like "What are you most afraid of" "Who in this room snores the loudest" and frankly, my friend's don't take themselves terribly seriously. So we get raunchy or witty or tricky, and have a blast doing it.
I guess in the final analysis, the game is as much fun as you make it, but heck, in this narcissistic society of ours, what better way is there to spend an evening except by talking about yourself and your friends for hours on end? Beats the heck out of checkers!
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128 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Ryan T. Stephens on September 13, 2006
Format: Toy
Overall "Loaded Questions" is not a bad game, but it lacks the type of questions I had expected. Really the game in concept and organization is fine, but some of the questions are simply boring not "loaded". For example: "What kind of deodorant do you wear?" and "How many pairs of jeans do you own?" would fall into the `who cares' category for me. We played the other night with friends and finally got so tired of the boring questions we started making up our own. We had a few good laughs out of the games questions, but really had fun with some seriously loaded questions. However, I would like to see a version of this game with truly loaded questions and less questions that I could care less about. I would say this game is great for early teens but lacks the punch for adults.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By J. Abbott on April 24, 2006
Format: Toy
I usually don't write reviews for products, and am doing so only out of sheer love for this particular game. As can be easily gathered from other reviews, Loaded Questions simply involves navigating a playing board and reading the question on a drawn card corresponding to the color you landed on. The categories don't seem to matter. All are fun.

At this point the roller asks the question, and everyone else at the table answers it. This is the only game I've played where it's more fun to play during an opponents' turn, particularly if you and your family are creative.

It's fun to answer the questions honestly, but much more fun and challenging to goof around, and even if you do the game remains entirely playable. If members of your family and friends give you sassy answers of questionable integrity, knowing them well enough you can still guess by their sense of humor who said what.

Now onto the bad, which really doesn't need detract from the game. There are some questions which simply have the players answer something on a scale from 1 to 10. These questions aren't a lot of fun to answer, are difficult to guess, and generally we just skip them when playing. In addition to this, there are a very few questions that may be either slightly inappropriate for kids, or just not possible to answer. Questions about dating and kissing and such. These are very rare though. (I've seen one of each.) The least appropriate question I've seen asks what the players' favorite body part is. It can be taken innocently enough, but the game is obviously begging for certain answers.

Overall, the game is a blast, and even more so if you're willing to be creative with it.
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