In Malarky, you don't need to know the answers, you just need to make people think you do. A bluffing game that challenges players to invent answers to off-the-wall questions, Malarky is won by the person who tells the most believable bluffs. Players score points for voting on the correct answer or by convincing people to vote for their answer. Questions and answers are based on David Feldman's best-selling Imponderables books that explain the little mysteries of everyday life, such as "What does the 'Q' in Q-Tips stand for? Game contents include 942 imponderable questions. For 3 to 6 players, ages 10 and up. Made in USA.
Just how good are you at fooling your friends and family? Test your powers of deception with Malarky, the game in which players try to bluff answers to such questions as "What is the 'cottage' in cottage cheese?" and opponents try to determine the real answers from the ones that are simply malarky. It's based on David Feldman's Imponderables series, which includes the books Imponderables: The Solution to the Mysteries of Everyday Life
, Do Penguins Have Knees? An Imponderables Book
, and How Do Astronauts Scratch an Itch: An Imponderables Book
. The game asks the questions that everyone wonders about from time to time. After a question is read aloud, one player (unbeknownst to the others) reads the correct answer, while the other players present bluff answers--as convincingly as they can--and then each player votes for the answer they think is correct. Points are awarded when your bluff answer receives votes or if you vote for the correct answer. --Lisa Whipple