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Quao Card Game

by QUAO

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  • Contains: 127 cards in five categories
  • Perfect for: teens, slumber parties, family fun, college study breaks and ultimately, a really good laugh
  • For ages teen and up
  • 30 minutes to play
  • 3-6 players game
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4 x 5.2 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000V85CBS
  • Item model number: WBG 011
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 months - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,427 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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Quao (pronounced ‘cow') is the absolute, supreme ruler of an unruly wasteland at the edge of civilization where attempts at democracy are futile. Quao is the ultimate dictator — an evil bovine with secret Rules. What does it mean to be Quao? Being Quao means you know the rules and everyone else has to figure them out. As you play this fast and fun card game, you'll be challenged to discard all your cards first to win each round, as you try to become the QUAO.Along the way, you'll have to play along with Quao's loyal subjects. Each of them has their quirks: Quak will ask you to entertain your friends; BullyQ is Quao heavy and has some crazy rules of his own; JaQuas will ask you to reveal something about yourself, and Cheata' just wants to make everyone's life hectic with her random requests.

Product Description

Quao (pronounced 'cow') is the absolute, supreme ruler of an unruly wasteland at the edge of civilization where attempts at democracy are futile. Quao is the ultimate dictator - an evil bovine with secret Rules. What does it mean to be Quao? Being Quao means you know the rules and everyone else has to figure them out. As you play this fast and fun card game, you'll be challenged to discard all your cards first to win each round, as you try to become the QUAO.Along the way, you'll have to play along with Quao's loyal subjects. Each of them has their quirks: Quak will ask you to entertain your friends; BullyQ is Quao heavy and has some crazy rules of his own; JaQuas will ask you to reveal something about yourself, and Cheata' just wants to make everyone's life hectic with her random requests.

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Everyone I've played this game with has really enjoyed it.
J. Shaw III
Whoever wins the fifth and final round becomes the ultimate dictator and winner!
Ann
I have never laughed so much with our family -and we are a crazy family!
Mary Moore

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer A. Dykstra on April 1, 2008
I asked for "Quoa" for my birthday because I am a huge fan of "Quelf". The first time I played the game with my daughters it was really fun. The second game was still fun, even though many of the cards were repeated from the first game. After this, it wasn't so much fun anymore. There are only so many times you can tell about an embarrassing moment or recall something you dream about.

I do like the concept of the game a lot, but I think several expansion decks would really enhance the whole experience.

All in all, this is still a good game as long as you realize that you'll be repeating the same cards if you play often. It would be a great game for a one-time event like a slumber party or a church youth-group activity night. My 13-year-old daughters enjoyed it, it was appropriate for their age group and the directions were easy to grasp.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tim on May 8, 2012
Most of the other reviews of this game are pre-2009 when the second edition of the game was printed with nearly twice the cards of the original version, thereby addressing the issue (somewhat) of replay value.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lawa on January 21, 2010
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This game has a great concept. Cards allow for players to be silly and get to know each other without having to reveal anything too personal. It also keeps things lighthearted. This game was perfect for me when two families came together at the first time at Christmas (several having never even met before). It is also a game that can be played with players with large age differences. It says for age 12 and up but most 8 year olds will get it.

The downside is the limited number of cards. The game is played with several rounds to decide who is the ultimate dictator. This works fine with the Quao cards but all the other cards can be repeated in each round. This is more likely to happen if you have 4 or more people playing.

This game is great for one time events or with small groups of people you don't know very well. It is not a game that will be played repeatedly within a family.

As all the other reviewers have said- more cards are needed. But if you are looking for a quirky game for a one time gathering, for people who are meeting for the first time, or for weekly meeting that needs to be livened up, this is a great way to go. I think I may expand this game for my own use by creating index cards.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Shaw III on September 15, 2008
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Everyone I've played this game with has really enjoyed it. The only problem I've found is that the cards really start to repeat themselves after a while. It would be nice if there were extra cards available to purchase.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ann on September 21, 2007
What a great follow up game to Quelf! Both are a MUST!

As the absolute, supreme ruler of a disorderly land on the very edge of chaos, QUAO sees to it that attempts at democracy are futile. Only QUAO (pronounced 'cow') knows the rules, and she runs the show deciding when the rules are broken and if punishment should be meted out. Each player is dealt five cards and has the chance to discard one of them during each turn. The player that successfully completes and discards all the cards in their hand first, wins the round and becomes the high and mighty dictator, QUAO. Whoever wins the fifth and final round becomes the ultimate dictator and winner! QUAO comes with 71 cards in 5 categories.
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A little confusing to play the first time, but I think once we get the real hang of it then it will be a fun family game to play.
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By DME on June 3, 2014
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Our family really enjoyed this, and so many ages can enjoy it!
It's good for people like me who don't really care about strategy or winning or games in general. The point is to have fun, break the ice, make things hilarious and slightly awkward for recipients of the rules.... eg I had to use a term of endearment (sugarbooger, hun) with my sister's new
#totallynotawkwardatall #goodsportsmakethebestbrothersinlaw

I would definitely like to have been around when this game was made. It would have been hilarious to see!
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By Deadhuckabee on January 11, 2014
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played it with all age groups a Ginormous hit with all too much fun to be had remember not to break the secret cow rule CORN!
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