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Truth be Told Game


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  • The Laugh Out Loud Party Game!
  • Players try to guess answer to host's question, such as "Truth Be Told, I like to wear?"
  • Players score if they match the host and if their bluff is chosen
  • Made in the United States
  • 3-8 playes, ages 14+
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2.5 x 10.6 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0038M5ILI
  • Item model number: 171
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,523 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Truth Be Told is the revealing new laugh-out-loud, pretend to know your friends party game. Each round, one of the players in the Host, and plays a question card. The Host writes a truthful answer pork rinds. All other players pretend to be the Host, and write bluff answers which seems like something the Host wrote - pretzels, prunes, sardines. The Host collects and reads all answers aloud, and players try to guess the True Answer to score points. Bluff answers score points too so there are a lot of ways to win, and a lot of hooting, snickering and giggling along the way. This game includes 564 Truth Be Told Questions (141 cards), 8 markers, 8 Fill in the Blank Cards, 8 Paddles, 1 Scoreboard, Instructions.

From the Manufacturer

Truth be Told Game by Buffalo Games

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's a fun family or friends game.
Connie Woods
We really enjoyed learning what each other thought from each question and trying to get others to think you had the right answer.
PegJake
Dry erase paddles, cards and markers are provided, most likely in an attempt to be environmentally friendly.
Jennifer Sicurella

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By L. on April 18, 2010
I laughed so hard I cried... twice. When my friend said she was having people over to play board games, I looked for any excuse I could to get out of it. I'm not much of a game person in a social setting. I either get extremely competitive or frustrated if people aren't staying on task. But I had an amazing time. This is the perfect game for a small party whether you're playing with people you know well or acquaintances, because it generates non-stop conversation. My favorite part is hearing how other people think you would answer a question about yourself. It's nothing invasive or super specific and you could still play with total strangers. The rules are easy and the scoring is pretty straightforward. The dry erase boards are easy to use. The only drawbacks were minor. I kept losing the top to my marker. I imagine if you played this regularly, you'd want to have some extra markers on hand. You need at least three people to play.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ceciliani on July 13, 2010
I read about this game on the "Buffalo Games" website (the makers of the game). Based on that, I bought this game at a game con in Maryland. It does encourage conversation and the questions will reveal things about you and your fellow players - but not anything risque, so kids and adults can play. Questions we played included Truth Be Told (they all start with this):

My favorite board game is __________
My favorite historical figure is ________
The one household chore I hate is _________

When it's your turn, everyone tries to figure out the answer you wrote down. The person whose turn it is collects the answers from all the players. After hearing all the answers, players then use their paddles to write down what they think the right response is. You score points by guessing the person's response or by having someone vote for your bluff response. If there are any duplications, the person duplicating has to come up with another answer. First person to score 15 points wins the game.

A nice game with no racy questions. The markers are similar to the ones in Wits and Wagers, which can dry up or otherwise not work properly. Go to your stationery store and spend money on better markers if you plan on playing this game often. You need at least three or four to play, ideally five or six is better. Up to eight can play. A good party game to get people talking.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By K. E. Ireland on April 18, 2010
If you're like me, "Truth" in the title of a game brings back horrid memories of embarrassing revelations at adolescent slumber parties. Sigh of relief, the "admissions" in this game are not terribly intrusive. You may be asked to reveal the name of a celebrity you've met, or a terrible job you once had. I enjoyed this game b/c there was the opportunity for discussion and laughs and I LOVE the dry-erase marker/paddle combo! So much better than golf pencils and pads of paper that seemed to be the solution for games of this style in the past. There was some controversy and confusion over the scoring system at one point, and I'm not sure we ever really resolved it, but this game is about laughs and possibly introspection, score keeping gave it structure, but is ultimately relatively unimportant.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kirstein Howell VINE VOICE on August 28, 2011
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Unfortunately, I have lots of complaints about this game. I mean we laughed and had fun only because the game was bad, but no one will ever play it again sadly.

1. Hard to play with multiple age groups. Played at a family birthday party.
2. Dry erase comes off card too easily, so because they have to be passed to the "host" of the turn and answers hidden, it is really hard given any touching takes the words off.
3. Many questions were too vague, so the answers didn't go together. Example: When I hosted, a question was, "I would go back to school for ______" I though immediately of going back to high school and wrote to get back my high school weight, my father though going back to college, so he wrote dietitian, my son I'm not sure what he was thinking wrote math class, my mother wrote I wouldn't go back, etc.
4. Here is where the laughs came in, in trying to get the whole family to understand how to play. It was not that the game was hard to play by any means, but there were a lot of rules and the scoring took some getting used to. Plus the who writes what where and where that goes with the Truth Be Told cards and the paddles, etc.
5. After playing, I could also see how in the wrong group, this kind of game could leave hurt feelings (had mine hurt once, but hid it), fights, etc.

I hate to give bad reviews, but I really don't recommend this game :( I gave it 2 stars rather than one only because it gave us one night of fun in trying to figure it out and complaining about it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Quintenz on April 19, 2010
I'm not generally a fan of big group games but this was a really fun experience. We played with a group of people, some of whom I knew really well and some of whom I'd only met once before - but it was still a lot of fun to try to guess which was the correct answer for everyone. Everyone writes their guesses on dry-erase cards and paddles, and the reveal of answers can be really hilarious. I'm thinking about getting this game to take back for holidays with the family. There are a lot of questions that offer some fun and quirky insights to people you might not think of asking yourself (though nothing too personal - which was a bonus!).
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