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How well do you know your family and friends? The hilarious Pointing Fingers game is a fun way to find out. This party game is easy to play and sure to bring on the laughs. Hundreds of hilarious, ridiculous, and off-the-wall questions, giant foam fingers, and truth meters all add up to lots of surprises and loads of fun.
This hilarious game of pointing out who did what comes with hundreds of questions that show how well you really know your friends and family. Have you ever texted on the toilet? Snuck into a movie theater? Ask the group a question, then everyone answers using the truth meters and gets ready to point using the giant green foam fingers. Find out who has ever tied someone’s shoelaces together – or who would swim with sharks!
After a question is read, everyone secretly sets the dial on their truth meter to answer how often they do the activity in the question. Will your answer be "No, Never," "Once," "Sometimes," or "Yes, Always"? Before any answers are revealed, all players point their giant foam finger at the player they think does it the most. Earn points based on the answer of the person you’re pointing at. Points add up quickly, and the first player to reach 21 points wins. As you discover each player's answers, get ready for some unusual and silly explanations!
Throughout the deck you'll find cards with a blank to be filled, so you can add a word and create your own unique and silly question. Feel free to be as outrageous as you want! No matter who you like to play with, this game is so much fun, it will soon become one of your favorites!
6 foam fingers, 6 truth meters, 100 cards
1. Lots of silly, hilarious and unique questions 2. Silly, light-hearted pointing fun 3. Fill-in-the-blanks cards let you create your own outrageous questions 4. Find out hilarious, silly things about your family and friends
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If you have a large group of people who know each other pretty well, this is a really fun game to play.
The concept is fine, not really new, but the game play is slightly complicated for what should be a simple game.
I am not sure how often this will get played as I don't see it being fun once you have answered the questions.
This game is hilarious. Questions are funny but some are very thought provoking. Great game to utilize as an icebreaker. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ariaceliz
This game, like most party games, is quite dependent upon your group. However, if you've got a group of friends who enjoy each others' company and some occasionally crude topics,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joe Peterson
Right out of the box, we were a little annoyed by all of the pieces which needed assembled, and the less than clear instructions. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Rothwells
This is a great little game, but only for people you know pretty well. I played this with five teenagers and they had a really good time. Read morePublished 4 months ago by CandysRaves (and Rants)
This is one of those games that you may like or have no interest in. Unfortunately, this didn’t interest our family. Instructions to set up the Truth Meters were inadequate. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Smith
The "Pointing Fingers Game" is basically "Never Have I Ever". The question list provided is family-friendly, so it could be used on family vacations, holidays, etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan Katz
Pointing Fingers is an ask and answer style game that is recommended for 3-6 people. It is definitely more fun with more than 3 people! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ted
I love playing games with my son and husband. We don’t have much in common when it comes to indoor activities or television shows, so games we all enjoy are... Read more