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Apples to Apples Blank Cards

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Product Dimensions 11.6 x 8.7 x 0.1 inches
Item Weight 4.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces
ASIN B000JQ8RKK
Best Sellers Rank #793,289 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#8,252 in Toys & Games > Games > Card Games
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4.0 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Ok, first of all, I'm going to assume you know the game. Great, lots of fun, etc, etc. These cards allow you to add your own things, like family member names, pets, animals, places, cities, and so on - which are not normally listed

With this product; (8 green, 32 red)
8 cards per sheet, 1 sheet of green, 4 of red
Look just like the actual cards, and they provide a website for templates to print them

Cards are slightly thinner, or not as stiff as regular cards, and of course, one side is not protected. I used that sticky film for protecting paper/laminate. Heck, I would like them to last, keep them clean from ink smear or dirt from hands.

Keep in mind, most printer ink is water soluble, if you don't know, wet your finger (not moist, wet), and draw across a print from your printer. Water based will smear (HP ink), others will not (Epson ink).
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About 3 years ago our oldest daughter asked for the game "Apples to Apples". Our family likes to play games together and with friends, so I bought it. We have played it so many times, and it has been one of the most fun games regardless of who we play with.

Sometimes the kids will suggest other words - good words when we play, so when I found these cards on Amazon.com I was really excited thinking about the upcoming holidays and the fun we'll have. I immediately knew I wanted to get them. There are 32 Red Apple cards, and 8 Green Apple cards. The green cards are for a broad subject, pulled by the person whose turn it is to choose the best red card to go with it. Everyone else has 7 red cards in their hand, and chooses what they think is the best, or funniest card to go with the green card. For example: say it's my turn to pull a green apple card, and I pull the card with the topic Dangerous, and my family puts down the cards Body Odor, Silly Putty, Worms, Cold Pizza, Poodles, The Far Right, Family Vacations, and Nine Iron. Given the way I play, I would choose Poodles. Given the way our family plays, the person who put in Body Odor would insist that's the most dangerous, followed by the persons who put in worms, the far right, and silly putty. Some, with not much sense of humor, might insist the nine iron would be the only possible choice. It really is a fun game, and especially when you enjoy each other and love the sense of humor of the others in the family.

The game box says it's for ages 12 to adult, but kids far younger than 12 can play! Our youngest was really too young to play until he was 6, so we had someone team up with him each time we played. Now he's almost 7, very bright, and very able to play the game.
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This is a very cool product, but way over priced. It's much more expensive than buying the product already printed! I am producing a set for my family in France, with French words, and of course the name of the various people in the family, their hobbies and passions and dislikes... It's fun to personalize. It's quite easy to use their program for filling in the cards. We are fans of Apples to Apples because people from all ages can play, there is no right or wrong.
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Like the other reviewers who love Apples to Apples, I also enjoy the ability to add customized cards. It's really fun to invent the words and then to surprise people when playing. The template is easy to use too. The only thing is that the cardstock is not as durable as the original cards, so I laminated the homemade ones. Now they don't fit in the box with the regular cards as well, but whatever. I still think it's a great product.
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This product is fun! If you play the game, it's great to put in your own cards. I used them to insert names of TV characters into my existing deck. My friends were pleasantly surprised when they picked those cards.
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It was quite refreshing to have the freedom to play this game with whatever words my friend and I decided to use.

I highly recommend this product.
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