Apples to Apples Party Box Expansion 1
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- The perfect companion to the Apples to Apples Party Box this game generates thousands of new and outrageous comparisons! Just mix the 576 new cards from a Party Box Expansion Set with the cards from the Apples to Apples Party Box.
- Contents: 432 Red Apple Cards, 144 Green Apple Cards, Deluxe Card Tray, Game Play Variations Card
- The laughter continues as Party Box Expansion 1 Generates thousands of outrageous new comparisons!
- Add these cards to the Party Box Edition and play!
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The thing I like the most about the game is that it's fast paced, never boring, and doesn't take an hour or two to play most games only last 20-30 minutes TOPS!
On a side note about the expansion sets that are available for the game, the original "Core Game" and its expansions have been retired and replaced by the "Party Box". The "Party Box" contains the entire collection of cards from the original "Core Game" plus the "Core" expansion sets 1 & 2.
The "Party Box Expansion 1" contains cards from the third and fourth "Core" expansions, and a "Party Box Expansion 2" contains all new cards.
I know I had a hard time trying to figure out all of the different versions and expansions, so hopefully this will help somebody out there.
Basically, the judge, which everyone gets a chance to be, hands everyone five cards. Then, the judge lays a green card down in the center. Each player looks through their cards, which they don't show to anyone, and lays down one card of theirs facedown that fits the adjective of the green card. The judge doesn't lay a card down. Then, the judge turns the cards up and chooses the most creative card that fits the adjective. At the end of the game, whoever has the most green cards wins.
Try it today, or you're seriously missing out.
I bought this recently and tried it out at several parties, and it was a great success. In fact, it was difficult to get people to stop playing. And to make it even better, some blank cards are included, so you can add some of your own ideas to personalize the game. If you don't have this, you really need to pick it up. You'll love it if you do.
We were excited for this expansion pack, having played our other cards into predictability. But these are so awful! My wife described using them as being on 'a forced march'. Most of the cards are pairs of words, e.g., Surf & Turf, Chicken & the Egg, The Birds and Bees, which are virtually worthless juxtaposed against their supposed counterparts: Dazed and Confused, Bright and Shining, Short and Stout. Mom, Dad, two college-age daughters and a middle school son all thought the expansion pack to be worse than irritating.
We are so disappointed, because the original cards are so creative.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered this for my grandson's birthday and reportedly, he likes it! I'll get a chance to try it at ChristmasPublished 8 months ago by Minnesota Momcat
I have now played this game on 5 occasions with different combinations of people, some of whom I knew well and others I was just beginning to get to know. Read morePublished on February 2, 2010 by Gallant 4
I love this game! I could play it forever. I always thought it was a childrens game and thus never bothered researching it or anything. Read morePublished on February 19, 2009 by Female / Age 30 / MN, USA
this is one of the most fun games I have played in a while -- when our family got together we played by the rules for a while, then made our own.. Read morePublished on September 17, 2008 by ringram
We had so much fun playing this game. We had ages between 10 and 55 playing this game and we all had fun.Published on January 9, 2007
This game adds in a lot of missing words that really make the game a lot more fun. The only downside to this pack is that there are a lot of cards that have "&" as the word. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by D. Thompson