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Consensus Board Game (The exciting new game where majority rules)
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- Perfect for family game night or parties
- Takes 30 seconds to learn how to play
- Not recommended for people who can't handle uncontrollable laughter!
- Requires no Prior Knowledge of Anything Whatsoever
- Learn How Your Family and Friends Think About All Sorts of Things
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Top Customer Reviews
It's what you might call a "voting game," where "right" answer is the answer that receives the majority of votes. This shifts the focus from being "correct" to learning about the people you are playing with. Since players end up focusing on each other more so than on the actual content of the game, it creates the kind of fun that unites people, regardless of who wins or loses.
There are currently two versions of Consensus®, both of which function the same way.
In the Movie Edition, (the one we would recommend for adult groups) a "Movie Question Card" is read aloud. For example: "Which of the following movies best conveys the concept of: "Anything's Possible?" Ten "movie cards" are then arranged on the playing board, in the spaces numbered 1-10. For example: (Field of Dreams, Jurassic Park, Braveheart, Pretty Woman, Rocky, Back to the Future, The Shawshank Redemption, The Ten Commandments, E.T., The 40-Year-Old Virgin.) Using the "Voting Cards," each player privately votes for the movie title which he/she feels best answers the movie question. After all private votes are cast, the players reveal their answers.Read more ›
This is the first game in years that my entire family found to be pretty boring, and I think the reason we all found it boring was because it's just like Apples to Apples.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game was given as a Christmas present, and we played it as a family. We had a very fun time doing so.Published on January 22, 2014 by Lynn Maxfield
This is an easy game to play. It sometimes is surprising when you see what people choose as their answers. Good for a laugh!!Published on January 11, 2014 by Lisa S.
I enjoyed this game because it's not based on being a super genius to win it's about opinions and what you and your opponents might think about a particular topic.Published on November 30, 2013 by EDY