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Would You Rather Board Game


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  • Would you rather have to wear a tuxedo made of taxidermied squirrels, or a swimsuit made of live starfish?
  • Would You Rather is packed full of fun dilemmas; Guess what other plays will choose while everyone waits to see their decision
  • With Over 800 dilemmas to choose from, Would You Rather is a great icebreaker for parties and will have players laughing all night long;
  • Would You Rather is outrageous, but perfectly suitable for young teens and traditional adults; Ideal for 3 or more players ages 12+
  • Easy, out of the box play; Includes 161 Question Cards, 8 Voting Cards, 4 Player Tokens, 1 Game Board, 1 Player Guide
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00421AGP2
  • Item model number: 20042803
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 15 - 19 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,800 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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Would You Rather is the hilarious game of crazy choices packed with over 800 dilemmas. The trick is to pick how others would answer. Would you rather have seven samurai sworn to protect you, or 500 hamsters? It’s non-stop fun as you guess what others would choose. And you might be shocked by their answers. It’s the zany game of deranged dilemmas and difficult choices. Discuss, debate and laugh your way to the finish in the ultimate ice-breaking party game as you ask: “Would You Rather…?”

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Customer Reviews

This was a good game that we could unite both adults and children and laugh, which was fun.
Parajunkee
Even the smaller kids can play although all the reference to boogers may keep them too much engaged in rolling on the floor laughing rather than moving the game along.
Kitty
I was disappointed in the game which to me doesn't require any skill and doesn't offer much to sustain my interest.
Emory Daniels

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Kingsriter on October 22, 2011
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You know you're in for a treat the moment you crack open the box and start reading the snarky (but simple) instructions. This game is remarkably simple in concept and easy to play: You're to pick between 2 of an endless stream of preposterous situations (i.e.: "Would you rather A) Fight Mike Tyson, or; B) Have to talk like him?") and then guess what your fellow players are going to say. That's it. There really are no "right" answers, which can be fun for a change. The board game portion is largely superfluous, but it does provide a "goal" for competitive types. The fun in this game is the groan-inducing options included on the game cards. Heavens, you'd probably have as much fun just sitting around flipping through the cards. It's a perfect ice-breaker game that can also be enjoyed by family and friends. You're nearly guaranteed to learn something about those you're playing with.

One concern I had about the game was the card content, as some of the books' content (off which this game is based) can be quite saucy. After reading through a few hundred of the ridiculous choices, everything has been decidedly rated PG, which to me is a major relief. There are A LOT of body-related topics (boogers, poop, and farts are on prominent display), which could embarrass some. I wouldn't mind playing this with my Baby Boomer parents. In fact, I bet that when they're over next, they'll get a kick out of it. The game says it's appropriate for ages 12+ and I'd largely agree. Younger ones might not get a few of the references.

It's not brilliant and it may be an acquired taste, but we've had fun and a lot of laughs playing "Would You Rather...?".
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Israel Drazin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 24, 2011
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This game, based on a rather clever idea, can be fun, but it can also embarrass players and destroy relationships. Its goal is similar to that of such games as The Dating Game where the fun comes when players reveal something startling and ridiculous about themselves. The "aim of the game is to find out all the deep dark secrets, the strange inner truths, and bizarre and unusual desires of the people you're playing with." Players are given a card and must reveal their chose between two options, "to decide between dilemmas, then speculate and vote on the choices of others," see if you can guess what choice the other person made and why. The rules suggest that we shouldn't reveal to the uninitiated that we will either silently or openly laugh at them and their choices.

Examples of choices are: Have a genie grant you three wishes, or have every fortune cookie you read come true? Be reincarnated as Paris Hilton's Chihuahua, or a water buffalo? Use cat food flavored toothpaste, or use horse manure scented soap? Get ahead in life using your mind, or your looks? Be raised by chimps, or reality show contestants? Share a dorm room with Batman, or Spider-Man? Spend a month with Lady Gaga, or get her cloths after she wears them? Live in a world where every day was your birthday, or New Years Eve? Be able to talk to any animal, or be able to change into any animal? Have your life be a big musical, or an adventure movie? Lose all your teeth, or lose all your toes?

The Game suggests playing with at least three players. This suggestion was probably made because if only two people play - which they can - there won't be embarrassment. Since most people enjoy making fun of others, this game should be a success.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer L. Vido VINE VOICE on November 22, 2011
Would You Rather? board game is based on Justin & Dave's bestselling books. The game consists of a board, spinner, cards, and mover pieces. Each player starts out with an A and B card. As each player takes a turn answering silly questions, it's up to the other players to guess which option (A or B) he or she chose. Depending if they are right or wrong, the player(s) advance. The player that makes it to the finish line first wins the game! Even though the game sounds a bit complicated, it's easy and fun. It's the perfect game for a rainy Friday night with family and friends.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Duckett VINE VOICE on February 20, 2012
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This is a great game to grab when you are trying to get to know other people. When I played this with family I was never really surprised by any of the answers. But when I played this with some people at work I did get some insight in their personality I hadn't seen before. So if you are bored at a party, this "game" might mix things up a bit for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By pixels and bits TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 10, 2011
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I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone looking for a game to play with the family or as a gift for young people. It is perhaps best geared to the college crowd as some of the questions can be pretty embarrassing and construed as suggestive. The game isn't really very exciting in a competitive fashion - it seems to be more of a social experiment designed to give insight into the personalities of the various players. If you're the least bit reserved, you aren't going to be happy playing this game for very long. I wouldn't advise using it while imbibing alcohol unless you don't mind having next day regrets about divulging too much information. Just sayin'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Leanez Sulaiman on July 4, 2013
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Got it for my niece for Christmas, the whole family loves it. Now, I have to get one for my household as well.
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We absolutely loved this game. It's rare to find a game that I can play with my 55 year old mother, 14 year old cousin and 12 year old daughter that we all enjoy.

The setup was quick and the rules were easy to understand. We were ready to play in less than 5 minutes from opening the box. The questions/choices were fun and zany without having to worry about them being too risque for the kids or boring for mom and I. I would feel comfortable with my daughter playing Would You Rather unsupervised with her friends as equally as I would love to play with friend of my own age (plus a few cocktails).

My only complaint is the game board is very small, which makes the game fly by very very quickly. We played twice in about 45 minutes time, with 4 players. I would have liked a larger board, but the way the kids were begging for another round - it was clear this game was a hit.
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