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Flippin' Out

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  • The all new outrageous party game from endless games
  • Category name game for whole family
  • Recommended for ages 10 and up and for 2 or more players
  • Fast paced board game that anyone can play
  • Letter flipping elimination game
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Product Description

Product Description

Flippin' Out

From the Manufacturer

Flippin’ Out: The outrageous category-party game where a Letter or a Player is eliminated with each Flip of a Chip! Can you come up with a Rock Band beginning with the Letter “P”? How about a board game beginning with “N”? Players and teams race back and forth flipping letter chips that correspond with the answers they come up with. Once a letter is flipped, it can NOT be used again for that category. You’re either FLIPPIN’ or you’re OUT!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 3 x 10.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0051SLQIG
  • Item model number: 385
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,134 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Customer Reviews

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Games and Grub on August 29, 2011
If any of you have played the old bar favorite "Shut the box," you'll immediately be able to grasp the concept of Flippin Out. If you haven't, no worries, it's incredibly simple. In a nutshell, Flippin' Out requires you to flip over a card, spin for the subject, and then have a back and forth battle of wits to give as many pertinent answers as possible. The catch? Once an answer is given, the active player flips over the chip that corresponds with the starting letter of his/her answer.

For example: if the category was "minor but painful injuries," one player might say 'papercut,' and then flip over the P-chip. The next player might say "Stubbed Toe," and so on and so forth. If a player gives an answer starting with a letter that's already been given, play stops and the opposite team gets the point. Oh yeah... did I forget to mention there's an omnipresent ticking clock (er, sand timer)? No pressure.

As a little divulging of secret information between you, devoted reader, and me: I'm unequivocally horrible at quick recall games. I like them, don't get me wrong, I'm just more of an analytical player. Analysis Paralysis doesn't exist in my world. Needless to say, the fiancee thoroughly whupped me when we played. Even in that case, however, I had a good time playing; and I had fun when we upped the number of players to 6 during Game Night. I will say, however, that this game can (and should) easily qualify as a party game--or a drinking game, though I'm totally not advocating that if you happen to be under 21 . It can also be used as a good filler while other friends are setting up more complex games like Small World, Dominant Species, or Dominion.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kailani @ An Island Life on January 15, 2012
My daughter and I had the opportunity to play this game and it turned out to be so much fun! Basically, we had to spin the dial and see what color it landed on. Then we drew a card and read the category that corresponded with the color on the spinner. The category could be anything from "Oval Things" to "Famous Boxers" to "Camping".

Then we had to come up with something relating to that topic using one of the available letters. Once we used the letter we turned it over and it was the next person's turn to come up with something from the same category. Sound easy? Wait until you only have letters like J, Q, or Z left. Oh, and did I mention there's a 10 second timer?

Whoever won the round got to move their pawn up one space. At first, I thought the game would go by pretty fast since there are only 5 spaces to move. However, going back and forth for each topic actually took some time and we were able to finish a game in about 15 - 20 minutes.

This is a great game to get you thinking outside the box. Some of the answers we thought of were not obvious choices but we decided that as long as we could justify our answers then it would be counted.

Flippin' Out is a great addition to our game library!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Katrina L Merolle on January 1, 2012
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I bought this game for my sister's family as a Christmas gift. The reviews were good and it reminded me of the camping game where you would say an actor's name and the next person had to use the first letter of the person's last name to come up with another name. In Flippin' Out, a category is given to you, and as you use the 1st letter of a word you turn the token over and it cannot be used again in another answer. If you make it through all the letters you then have to flip over the tokens and use the letter given to you. The problem we found with this game is that the categories were most often too vague for the answers. For example, "something you sit on". The obvious being answers like chair, ottoman, bed, rock, mountain, etc but then also there is an opportunity for creativity like Dad's lap, yellow chair, brother's head and so on, which makes the game a bit too easy and lenient with opportunity for never-ending answers. The rules state if one person accepts your answer then it is deemed good. The game would be better if it would give categories that have limited answers, like brands of soft drinks or car manufacturers. There are some categories like that given, but not enough. We altered the rules a bit to try to make it more fun but I don't think this game will ever get played again.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Game Maven on August 16, 2011
My family has been playing Flippin' Out for the past month, and we love it! It comes with two stacks of cards, each with four categories on it. We haven't even opened the second stack yet because we're still using the first stack. The kids love to play in teams and they become supportive and encouraging of each other - something every mom wants to encourage - while playing! It's amazing to find out that they know more teen actors than I thought, or that they can come up with the funniest creative ideas about reasons to fall down. We all seem to learn more about each other when we play. We've also found the cards useful to take with us to restaurants, on car trips, and especially in waiting rooms. The variety of categories makes for a laugh because you never know what you will be thinking of next. My kids are ages 5, 7, 9, and 12, and all seem to be able to play this game together because of the team play aspect. Most of all, we adults like to play too, and nobody feels that the game is too easy or too hard to be part of the fun. This is a great game to break out for a party or any time. We love it and think you will too.
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