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I was introduced to this game a year ago and fell in love with it. It's great for kids and adults and sure to provide plenty of fun.
Each player has seven red cards in their hand. They have actions or nouns on them. Things like "Charging Rhinos," "James Bond," "Paying Taxes," "Mirror," or "Walt Disney."
Each round has a judge. The judge turns over the top green card, which contains an adjective like creative, handsome, feminine, horrid, scary, etc. Each player then picks the card from their hand they feel best matches the green card and plays it face down. Now the fun starts. The judge picks the red card he or she feels best matches the green card. Obviously, there are some loosers since it's hard with seven cards to always match everything. But there are usually some good options as well. Once the winner of that round has been chosen, they take the green card and then become the judge of the next round.
Obviously, the more you know about the people you're playing with, the better off you'll be. And the funnier it can get. And you'll get to know other people quickly this way.
So what makes the Party Box Edition different from the regular version? This box contains not only the original cards, but also the cards that are in the first two expansion packs. You get twice the number of cards as the original box for only a little higher price. More fun. More outrageous comparisons. What's not to like?
This really is a game that kids and adults can play together and keep everyone entertained and competitive. And it's rather addicting. I can't wait to play it again.
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Initial post: Dec 7, 2006 8:51:18 PM PST
Elaine Vigneault says:
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 28, 2006 1:04:27 PM PST
It looks to be Amazon's fault for linking the reviews for the adult version to the junior version. You might want to check on this before you post irrelevant comments.
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 12, 2007 9:15:46 AM PST
Mark Baker says:
I'm sorry you're seeing it on the wrong product, but I can assure you I wrote a review of the party edition and that's still how it shows up to me.
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