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Apples to Apples Party Crate Card Game


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  • Collectible Edition of the hugely popular "Apples to Apples" game
  • Fun for all ages and plays well with groups from 4 to 10
  • Fast moving, refreshing and perfect for any get together with family and friends
  • Filled with surprising and outrageous comparisons from a wide range of people, places, things and events
  • Party crate comes complete with over 1,000 cards
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Technical Details
Brand NameOut of the Box
Item Weight5.1 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 3.5 x 11 inches
Item model numberOBG7730
Manufacturer Part Number7730
  
Additional Information
ASINB00008W72Q
Best Sellers Rank #65,322 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 21, 2003
  
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Product Description

When the judge's card says "dramatic," you decide which card in your hand best fits that description. Is it "tornado" or is it "Grandma"? If the judge agrees that your choice is the best fit, you win that round. Prepare for a night of hilarious (and enlightening) comparisons with the award-winning game, Apples to Apples. Over 1000 cards include every card from the original Apples to Apples, the Expansion Set-1 and the Expansion Set-2. For 4-10 players, ages 12 to adult. Imported.

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Everyone is laughing and we have a great time.
medstudentmom
Apples to Apples is an extremely fun game to play anytime and it only takes a few minutes to learn.
Airykah Tristan
What a fun game to play at parties both big and small and for such a varied age group!
L. S. Vakas

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Susan M. on October 16, 2004
As far as games that exercise your noodle this probably edges out cranium. Even though it seems really simple with having 7 nouns and trying to match up the best one with the adjective on the card in the middle the interactions that occur between contestants is great. Some people try to convince the judge that theirs is awesome, while other players specifically save cards for certain judges even if the adjective doesn't match up perfectly. This is less of a game about perfectly matching up a noun with an adjective and more about all the social interactions that follow.
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41 of 49 people found the following review helpful By C. Cener on December 28, 2005
I just went to a party last night with about 20 people. Now all of these people aren't the kind who would say, "OK! Let's play a board game tonite!". You know those kind of people. Well, someone brought out Apples to Apples. I had never played it before and was curious about it. Everyone wanted to play it! We played for hours because everyone was having so much fun! It was fun argueing about whose card was the best. My favorite was when the green card was 'desperate' and someone put 'Bill Clinton'. For those of you who don't know how to play, this is the version I played last night. We seperated into teams and each team got 7 red cards (nouns). Then, one green card (adjective) is flipped over. Each round, there is a different judge. So if your team is the judge, you don't put out a card for that round. So say the green card is 'weird'. And your 7 red cards are 'bubbles, cheap motel, inside the sun, a high school bathroom, bill clinton, james dean, and italy'. You have to pick the card that is the most weird. Each team picks their card and gives it to the judging team. They pick which card is the weirdest and gives the green card that said 'weird' to the team with the weirdest red card. You win when you get 5 green cards. This game is certainly fun for all ages!!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MHLeigh VINE VOICE on July 11, 2006
This is one of my favorite family games. It can easily be played by a large number of people, which is always a good thing. Essentially, in this game each player is given seven "red apple" cards, each of which has a noun on it, such as "a school cafeteria," "the FBI," or "sharks." Each card also has a little bonus description or joke, such as "many species living today are similar to those from 100 million years ago. Because change is scary." Each round, a different player is "it," and flips over a "green apple" card, which ahs an adjective on it, such as "hardworking," "foreign," or "shy." The other players each choose on of their noun cards they feel the "it" player will choose as being the best match for the flipped-over adjective. The player whose "red apple" card is chosen keeps the "green apple" card- first player to reach a certain number of green cards wins.

This game is a lot of fun- it has next to no set up and can easily be transported without the box if the occasion arises. Works well with large or small groups, and with people you know well or are getting to know. It is a really good buy.

Although this version does not have the nice shiny cover, it's still just as good.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By O. Cook on January 2, 2006
I played this game for the very first time at a New Year's Eve party. Just like the other reviewer said there were about 20 of us there and we weren't the ones to all sit down and say let's play a board game, but they broke it out and we all sat down to play. We didn't get into teams as that person did. We each played on our own with our 7 cards and 1 person being the judge of all our answers. We would go around in circles with everybody taking turns at being a judge. It was so much fun. We would read all the things that the card was NOT and then we would reveil the answer. That is why I'm online right now to find and order that game, because it was just such a great party game, NOT because I came out the winner!!! lol
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cara on July 22, 2006
Apples to Apples is the best game to play with your whole family!! You get dealt 7 red cards. The dealer(which changes every hand) puts down a green card. Say the green card says funny on it. You would choose one of your cards that best describes funny. You put that card face down in the middle of the table.(note that the dealer does not put a card down) Once everyone has put down their card, the dealer mixes them together and looks at them. They choose the red card that they think is the best description of funny. Whoever put down the card that the dealer chose, gets the green card. You need a certain amount of green cards depending on the amount of players to win. You always have seven red cards in your hand. You get a new red card after every hand. I have played this game numerous times and I have never been bored when I was playing it. I highly suggest getting this game!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By medstudentmom on July 8, 2004
This is a really fun and hilarious game. I own a ton of games and this is one of my favorites. The only problem is that you need at least four people to play. The more people, the better the game.
It takes about two seconds to teach people to play. The game moves very fast and is over quickly. We usually play three or four games. Everyone is laughing and we have a great time. Nobody's feelings get hurt.
This crate edition is worth the money because you get tons of cards. We go through a lot of cards every time we play, so it's nice to have so many.
Have fun!
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