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The card and party game for ages nine and up.
The 576 cards provide hours and hours of fun!
How to Get Started
Just open the box, deal the Red Apple cards to each player, and you’re ready to go! Players take turns being the judge. The judge begins each round by playing a Green Apple card that features a one-word characteristic, such as Crunchy, Smelly, or Excellent. The other players must then look at the Red Apple cards in their hands and select the one they think is best described by the judge’s card. Will you play Pickles, Monkeys, or Flip-flops?
Big Talk Equals Big Fun…and Big Wins!
When everyone’s Red Apple cards are on the table, try to convince the judge that yours is the best match. You’ll find that table talk is a huge part of the fun. Just wait until you hear all the clever — and not so clever — ways people try to convince the judge to choose a particular card. Do your best, because if the judge picks your card, you win that round. The first player to win four rounds wins the game!
What's In The Box?
576 Red and Green Apple cards plus instructions.
Players will delight in the crazy comparisons while expanding their vocabulary and thinking skills.
We love the adult game and now the kids absolutely love this game! They would rather play this game then play on tablets! I love it!Published 16 days ago by kimberly walker
Gave this to my grandchildren and we have all enjoyed playing this stimulating game.Published 19 days ago by Nvillegranny
When I first bought this game, I was worried because this game is Junior, which is not a partybox one. I thought partybox would be better. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jae Yeon Park
My kids love this game. It's a lot of fun to play and you can involve multiple peoplePublished 1 month ago by Jessica
Couldn't figure this one out and ended up giving it away.Published 1 month ago by Jo Anna Price Hoppe
Skip the junior version. It uses very basic words that leave too little room for interpretation.Published 1 month ago by Mom with Ph.D.