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  • Winner of 30 awards!
  • A party game with no right or wrong answers ? just personal opinions and creative responses.
  • The perfect game to play at parties with your friends.
  • Ages: 13+; Players: 3 - 8; Play Time: 30 minutes.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 10.5 x 2.5 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B001CNS2L8
  • Item model number: 200NSG
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,837 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

From the makers of the award-winning Wits and Wagers comes the next great party game - *Say Anything*. Say Anything is a light-hearted game about what you and your friends think. It gives you the chance to settle questions that have been hotly debated for centuries. For instance, “What’s the best movie of all time?” or “If I could have a BIG anything, what would it be?” So dig deep into your heart or just come up with something witty – this is your chance to Say Anything. Say Anything combines the best elements of Wits and Wagers and Apples to Apples. 1) Ask any question from the card you draw, such as “What’s the best movie of all time?” or “If I could have a BIG anything, what would it be?” 2) Everyone else writes an answer and turns it face-up. 3) Secretly choose your favorite of these answers. Then everyone tries to guess which one you picked. Play *Say Anything* - and find out what your friends really think. Ages: teens and adults. Players: 3 – 8. Teach time: 2 minutes. Play time: 35 minutes.

Product Description

Say Anything will have YOUR friends talking and laughing in minutes! Every player answers a fun question like “What’s the worst thing to say to a cop after getting pulled over?” or “Who’s the most annoying celebrity in show business?” Then players try to choose which answer the judge will like best. Play Say Anything and find out what hilarious things YOUR friends will say!

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Customer Reviews

Game is easy to play, and fun for the whole family to enjoy.
Shell
Creativity: Say Anything With its open-ended answers to subjective questions, Say Anything by far ends up being the more creative game.
Cedric
The game relies on a very easy set of rules (so it's easy to teach) and a very simple mechanic that makes it interesting to play.
waetherman

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184 of 189 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin D. Lott on October 20, 2008
The guys who brought us Cluzzle and Wits & Wagers are at it again. They have produced another crazy party game that is geared towards gamers and non-gamers alike. So is it as good as those games? Read on...

What do you get with Say Anything? The contents of Say Anything include a nice big rulesheet, a score board, a stack of question cards, 8 dry erase markers, 8 answer boards in different colors, 16 betting chips in the same 8 colors, and one Select-O-Matic 5000. All the components are good quality and will hold up to repeated plays. And Northstar went the extra mile by adding a unique symbol to each color so that the game is 100% color-blind friendly.

How does Say Anything work? Gameplay is really fairly simple. Each player gets a dry erase marker, an answer board, and the 2 chips that match the color of their board. One player starts as the judge by taking the Select-O-Matic 5000 and a question card. On each card are 5 different question, and the judge gets to pick whichever question he/she prefers to read. The questions are fairly wide-ranging, for instance "What is the most overrated song of all time?" or "What would be the worst pizza topping?"
Once the judge reads a question, the other players write an answer down on their boards and then place them face-up on the table. When all the answers are down, the judge uses the Select-O-Matic 5000 to secretly dial up the color of the board that has their favorite answer. Then the other players place their chips on the one or two answers they think the judge is most likely to choose (both on one or split them between two.) Then the judge reveals the selected answer.
The judge scores one point for each chip that is on the selected answer, up to a maximum of three points.
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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Kelley on November 21, 2008
I first played this game at the Gen Con board game convention, not knowing at all what it was about. After our first demo I knew I had to get it. I was very surprised because this game was actually fun with a large group of people that I didn't know at all! Now that I've got it back to my family, it's even more of a blast playing with people I do know!

I just LOVE the fact that I can explain it to people so quickly; no long drawn out rules. I even had one match where a friend of mine had to leave and another sat in (who had just arrived) and really didn't even need to ask how to play!

Another great aspect is that the game is really customized to the group you play with so it can be great fun with both a G rated group and an R rated group. It definitely helps to have a creative and humorous group of friends playing it though.

The one complaint I have though is the pens, they seem to dry out rather quickly. Although I can't complain much because with a quick email to Northstar I received a whole extra set of pens that allowed me to replace the dried out ones.

Overall I would bring this out at any party and recommend it. A fun way to get to know people and have a lot of laughs.
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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful By ColtsFan76 on November 15, 2008
On the heels of the successful Wits & Wagers comes the 3rd offereing from Northstar Games: Say Anything!

Say Anything comes packed with a ton of random questions that players select to read to their friends. After eveyone writes down an opinion on their little wipeboard, the reader secretly decides the answer they like best. Everyone then bets on the answer(s) they think the reader will select. Once the reader's choice is revealed, points are scored.

This game plays a lot like Apples to Apples but is better on a few counts.
- The questions and anwers make sense. Since everyone writes tehir own, it is always applicable tot he question. There is no forcing of two unrelated cards.
- The game is more personal. It's all about you and your friends and what they like and think.
- There is a maximum 3 points that can be awarded to each player, each round. So it keeps the game tight until the end and balances a windfall of points on "obvious" answers.
- Though it is subjective, there is a chance to be consistent in answering if you know a little about the reader.

My friends have all enjoyed this game. This is another game where they play it and want to go out and buy it the next day. This is a great game that should be added to every party gamer's collection!
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J. McQuinn on November 23, 2009
I used to think that Apples to Apples was the best party game around, but Say Anything has knocked it off the top of my list. It has never failed to liven up a gathering, whether the participants all know each other well, or are just getting to know each other. With A2A players are limited by the cards in their hand, but with Say Anything, the only limitation is your imagination. My only complaint is that many of the dry-erase markers included with the game went dry too quickly. However, my understanding is that they have corrected the problem with later editions. Highly recommened.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Cedric on June 6, 2010
Introduction:

Say Anything is often seen as a better game and successor to Apples to Apples, but Apples to Apples has some practical merits as well. In this review, I'll list various differences between the two games worth considering when comparing the two games.

Rules Recap:

Apples to Apples: Each player is dealt a hand of Red Apple cards. At the start of each round, one of the players sets aside his hand and takes the role of the Judge. The Judge draws a Green Apple card and reads it off (eg. "Dramatic"). Each other player then plays a Red Apple card that they think the Judge will select as the closest match (eg. "Fourth of July", "Tornados" and "The JFK Assassination"). The Judge then selects one of these played cards. The player playing the card scores a point. Play passes to the next player, who then becomes the Judge.

Say Anything: At the start of each round, one of the player takes the role of the Selector and reads a subjective "In My Opinion" question, (such as "If I could have a "BIG" anything, what would it be?"). Each other player then writes down his answer they hope the Selector will chose, and shows his answer. The Selector then secretly chooses his answer. The rest of the players then bet their two betting chips on which answer the Selector will choose. The Selector reveals his answer. The Selector gains points depending on the number of players who choose his answer. The players who choose the Selector's answer score points.

Creativity: Say Anything

With its open-ended answers to subjective questions, Say Anything by far ends up being the more creative game. For example, the above question of "If I could have a "BIG" anything, what would it be?
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