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Quelf Board Game


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  • Get ready for a hilarious, unpredictable game night Winner of over 6 awards, including Board Game of the Year, Quelf will make you laugh till you cry
  • There is no right or wrong answers, just read each card aloud and follow the instructions
  • Have you ever balanced a shoe on your head? How long can you go without blinking? Have you ever wanted to sit underneath the kitchen table? Well now is your chance
  • If you obey the card, you move forward Be the first player to the finish space that completes the Scatterbrainz question and you win
  • Quelf is the ultimate party game made for 3-8 players ages 12+
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2 x 10.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00421AGGG
  • Item model number: 20042851
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 - 16 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,318 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

 Quelf creates hilarious social occasions for any party. There’s no right or wrong answers, as you can get as creative or crazy as you want. Just pick a character (will you be Super Ninja Monkey, or Mrs. Pickle Feather), roll the die and move your character around the game board. As you land on different colored spaces, you’ll have to complete instruction cards from five different categories. As the game progresses, crazy things start to happen. Have you ever balanced a shoe on your head? How long can you go without blinking? Have you ever wanted to sit underneath the kitchen table? Well now’s your chance. When the dust settles, the laughing finally stops and someone crawls away a winner you realize ... you’ve never have this much fun playing a game in your life.

  • 3-8 players
  • Easy, out of the box game play
  • Great party game
  • Included are 440 cards, 1 pad of paper, 1 dice, 1 sand timer, 8 game pieces, 1 game board, 1 instruction sheet

Product Description

Quelf is the game that gives random a new name! Use your creativity and imagination to answer crazy questions and perform ridiculous stunts. There's only one rule - OBEY THE CARD! If a player obeys their card they get to move ahead! You'll laugh until you cry with this outrageous, unpredictable, and fun filled party game. Be the first person to cross the finish line and you win! Enjoy a non-stop hilarious adventure with Quelf!

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Customer Reviews

The general rules and board game play are very simple.
Mitchell M. Tse
It is so much fun to play with other friends who don't mind making silly noises or doing silly things for the sake of having a great time!
Liolania
I would recommend this game to those that enjoy having fun and playing games.
ThisThatNEverything

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By sqertle on April 12, 2011
I found this on clearance at Walmart and so bought it without knowing anything about it. I played it with a couple friends (we are all in our mid-20s) and it was HYSTERICAL. We were laughing so hard we were crying. It's extremely easy to learn - basically you just do whatever the cards tell you. It's very similar to Cranium in that there are different categories such as trivia and performing, but the characters, board, and even the questions and activities are all a little edgier and more creative. What gives it a real twist are the "Roolz" cards (rules cards) that remain in play for the entire game once they are drawn. They are anything from "Repeat everything you say twice" to "Snort like a pig every time you laugh" -- and trust me, you'll be laughing.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Margaux Paschke VINE VOICE on August 25, 2011
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I got this board game for a family vacation with guests. We gave it a test run before packing it and found ourselves laughing and having fun but I'm not sure it would work for our vacation of adults with small kids. The game is rated for 12+ but I'd recommend even older (15+). I think this game would appeal best to the college crowd. Also, more people playing equals more fun.

There are 8 characters to choose from (super ninja monkey, Mr. Lugnut, Queen Spatula, etc.) and although it has colored coded categories like Cranium, they have a different spin. Each card has instructions with a Quelf Effect. Blue is Roolz (speak like a charismatic preacher every time you read a card aloud), purple is Showbiz (using interpretive dance as language, perform the following sentence), yellow is Stuntz (lick your elbow and then an opponent's elbow), red is Scatter Brainz (gives 2 topics to choose from to talk about - reasons you loved or had a crush on someone or reasons you have broken up with someone) and green is Quizzle (name the 3 ingredients of Tabasco Sauce). The instructions warn that if you do not think you can complete a card's instructions safely (?!) to just pick another one. This made us curious but have not found anything we considered dangerous so far.

Before breaking out this board game, know your crowd since some of the the instructions can cause fights and some of the Quelf Effects are very silly. It's not a game for everyone but it is a lot of fun for the right crowd. I'll stick with our usual board games (Scattergories,
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30 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mike Wallace VINE VOICE on September 3, 2011
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I just finished playing this game with my extended adult family. We are all Cranium fans and get a kick out of funny board games. Things started off a little slow because we had to read the rules and it was our first game. The instructions were clear and not too long. So once we read the first side of the instruction sheet, we were ready to play, and just used the rest of the instructions as sort of a cheat sheet.

The cards you draw tell you what to do so most of the game is just rolling die, moving, and following the instructions on the cards. Because I like Cranium and other quiz games, my favorite categories were Quizzle and Scatterbrainz. Although, you will probably get the most laughter out of the Roolz, Stuntz, and Showbiz categories. This game is very similar to Cranium, just a little more zany.

There was one point in the game where I had to snort like a pig everytime I laughed, while my Dad was stuffing fruit in his shirt. It sounds silly, but we had some hysterical, tear-inducing, laughter going on, during a couple parts of the game. This game is silly, and fun, and moves really fast. You would have the most fun playing it with fun loving, less inhibited people.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By twoznuf on December 27, 2011
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We have had game night with our friends once a month - we have been doing so for years. We have a blast each time, but Quelf took us to a whole new level. We literally were hurting from laughing so hard. It is pure silly fun! When the evening consists of opera singing, ballet dancing, and playing the entire game with your elbows on the table, you know it's a good time!
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mary Esterhammer-Fic VINE VOICE on September 16, 2011
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This is a fun game, IF you play with the right people who are in the right mood. You have to allow yourself to be silly, because some of these game cards are just ridiculous.

I'm not sure what demographic the designers were going after. A lot of the cards seem most suitable to the tween audience (younger than that and it's too complex, not in a difficult way but very "busy"; older than that and the players lose interest and complain that it seems childish.) In our case, the game was tested with a (mostly) young adult group. Everyone seemed to have fun up to a point, and then some of the rules that seemed arbitrary became bones of contention (the card that asks players to say "izzle" at the end of every sentence was just not funny after the tenth time).

The game cards can also be used alone as ice-breakers for a large group, and I'm sure there are other modifications that work.

The board and pieces definitely seem geared to a younger audience, so visually that may be off-putting to grown-ups. I also don't much like the name.

One of the other reviewers suggested this would be a huge hit with "theater" types, and I agree. It does force you to lose some of your inhibitions! (It would also probably be popular with "beer-guzzling" types, for the same reason.)

If you have the chance to give this game a practice run at a party, and if you like it, then you may want to have your own box. But if you're an introverted, over-21 teetotaller, you may want to give it a pass.
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