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Quao Card Game
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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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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.
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.
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.
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
I would definitely like to have been around when this game was made. It would have been hilarious to see!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I gave this game as a gift to my brother, and he said that it was not his favorite game. Him and his friends said they found it difficult to get into and they didn't stay that... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sadie
While the game is about being a dictator, its just far too sided towards the Quao that it just isn't fun for anyone else.Published 1 month ago by John
My 11-year-old and her friends have a great time playing this. Most adults she's asked to play haven't enjoyed it. It can be pretty funny, not a lot of strategy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by reluctant reviewer
Download the extra cards. This game makes any game night insane! Her majesty the Quao is the best part. Get the crown also!Published 6 months ago by andrew brunstein
Great fun! If you have adult children, they will come visit more often.Published 9 months ago by kk
My husband and I provide foster care and we are always looking for games that can be played across many different types of personalities and skill levels. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Emily Margret
One of the most fun games we've ever played. We laughed all the way through it!Published 13 months ago by Shelley Mosley