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True Colors


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  • Includes game cards, voting box, voting cards
  • What do your friends really think of you
  • Mixes up fn and surprises
  • For 3 to 6 Adult Players
  • Fun for the whole family
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 7.9 x 10.9 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00004TFZI
  • Item model number: 3601-06
  • Our recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,019 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
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OK, there are no secrets--at least not from your friends when you play this entertaining, but revealing, party game. Here's how it goes: at the beginning of each turn, a question card is read that asks about character traits of people in the group. The question might be something like "Who most likes a bargain?" All the players--three to six adults--secretly write down their votes. Each player then guesses how many votes he or she got on that particular question. If you know yourself well, and what your friends think of you, you should do just fine. It's when your friends think you're something you're not (or you don't think you are) that things get interesting. The game comes with question cards, voting cards, a ballot box, and a score pad. --Marianne Painter

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What do you friends really think of you?

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Customer Reviews

You learn so much about you friends and the game is really fun.
Scott
I have played this game with close friends and even with people I have just met.
A. Sullivan
If you know people that can laugh at themselves, it makes for a great evening.
B. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Gerald Mahoney on July 30, 2002
Sure, there are lots of fun party games on the market. But True Colors is more than just fun. It's a good way to get to know your friends better. When I played with my friends, it started a few discussions and got us all to open up to each other about things we might never have discussed if not for this game.
If that scares you, this may not be the game for you. But if you're worried about the questions being overly personal and embarrassing, fear not. Most of them are fairly harmless and innocent, and the players can pick which questions they want to use, so if anything makes the group uncomfortable, you can just toss it out.
Of course, for the game to work, you HAVE TO know the people you're playing with. You can't play with strangers, since you won't be able to answer the questions honestly.
One drawback is that the game doens't have a lot of replay value if you only have a small group of friends, since once you've done all the questions (and there aren't all that many included), you've done them. Of course, you can always make up your own questions. And every time you play with a different set of people, it's a whole new game!
If you want a game that's fun in the moment, play Beyond Balderdash or Pictionary, but if you're looking for something that will resonate long after it's over, try True Colors.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By William Jacobs on January 16, 2001
This is a very good party game that lets you find out about others opinions of you. Question cards, such as "You just found out that you've been eating choclate covered ants. Who keeps eating?" (not intended as a direct quote) are placed in a container and each player gets one. You put two color cards (each color represents a player) in the container and pass it on. When you've gotten every card, you guess whether you've gotten some, most, or none of the votes and score for correct guesses. This game is easy to learn and play and very enjoyable. I recommend this especially for adults and good friends.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Michael J Woznicki HALL OF FAME on August 19, 2000
When I look for a game I try to find ones that are challenging, interactive and fun. When I came across True Colors I found the game that met my qualifications and I am glad I have it in my house. True Colors is not your ordinary game and the fun start when you open the box.
The one page simple to follow directions makes getting started a breeze. The playing pieces are clothespins, which is certainly different than any other game I have. The game is fast paced and this one will give you a closer look into what people think of you/
Each player votes on the question that is read aloud but before opening the ballot box you also must decide how votes you will get. Then you tabulate your votes as compared to the predictions you made and you score point based on this.
The next round begins after the votes are counted and you play ten rounds to find the winner. I found that 6 players make the game more interesting and fewer rounds also helped, but you can make that decision yourself. A great party game or when friends come over - well done again Pressman Toy!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D. W. Young on October 30, 2008
I played True Colors many years ago with friends while working at a camp, and it ended up being one of those games we went back to frequently just for fun, and a lot of it!
HOWEVER, it turns out that the version we played was an earlier release by Milton Bradley released in 1990, this version is very scaled down, so much so that it takes a lot of the fun out of it. In fact, I sent it back and got my money back.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 28, 2000
This was one of the most interesting and meaningful games I've ever played. The key is to play with a group of people you know very well, and go into it with the understanding that you won't take it personally. I think I learned so much about myself and the way others view me, and I also learned that I know myself better than any of the people I was playing with. As for the review that said 4 girls ended up with hurt feelings, being a girl myself, I know that girls tend to take these things more personally. Learn to lighten up when you play this game! Or don't play at all!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Sullivan on August 13, 2003
I first played this game with my family while we were cooped up in a cabin up north. I have never laughed so hard at a game. Ever since, I've been trying to find my own copy of the game...and haven't found until now. I heard they had stopped making it. Fortunately, here it is!
The game is pretty simple. Each person picks a card with a question on it. The questions can be serious, simple, funny, gross, offensive, endearing and much more. (The one that haunts me still is "Who here is most likely to have a closet full of clothes from the 70's?") Each person votes for one person for each of the questions. You then choose whether you got most, some or none of the votes for each question. The person with the most points wins. (Just being a little tyke in the late 70's I'm still confused as to why I got all of the votes for the 70's question.)
I have played this game with close friends and even with people I have just met. Either way it's a whole lot of fun. Some of the questions can be taken offensive. You can skip them or go for them. It's a game. Have fun with it!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peter Swift on November 17, 2003
This game is absolutely fantastic. It's a lot of fun and you learn a lot about how other people perceive you. However, beware, it can be extremely insulting as well as enlightening. Many a game leaves people secretly upset when they find out how other people truly think about them, so be careful who you play with. Also, many of the cards have an "adult" theme, hence the "18 and up" playing suggestion. Though sex is a topic on some of them, there are PLENTY of others to make up for that. If you use some disgression, you can easily pick cards that won't be innappropriate for your group. Fantastic party game, but only if you play with people you know. This isn't a game to play with strangers.
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