DRUNK STONED OR STUPID [A Party Game]
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- 250 prompt cards to decide who in the group is MOST LIKELY TO…
- More players the better (seriously, 10 people would be chill)
- This game can get real. Prepare to call out your friends.
- Contains the same cards as the game "WHO'S MOST LIKELY TO..."
- WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW in “Related Video Shorts” to see how to play!
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Original Instructions: Someone is a judge, picks a card, and passes it to the person on their left. That person reads the card, then accuses someone in the group that it is most like. The group has a minute or so to talk, then the judge finally decides who it goes to. The person who has 7 cards loses.
How we played: Someone is a judge, reads the card, and accuses someone in the group. Everyone in the group may now have time to argue the person they think it is, but the judge selects in the end who gets the card. Every time a player reaches 7 they lose, and we played until we had the last 3 people standing.
Our instructions allowed more people to get talking and a lot of people owned up to it which was always hilarious. Honestly, I am not sure if it would work with every group because I could see some people getting offended by it. If your friends all make fun of each other, and more importantly themselves, this is a great game for them.
UPDATE: I am still playing this game. In my primary group of friends we still have yet to get all cards (we have probably played about 10 times) and has had success in all new groups I bring it to. I highly recommend this game!
Essentially, someone would select a card and decide who the card most applied to. Everyone in the group could affirm or argue it, but in the end, the person who drew the card got to choose who go it. Once someone has seven cards, the game ends with them being the loser. It's relatively simple but a lot of fun. The replay value is iffy, if you're playing with the same group, especially if you toss the seven card rule out the window, like we did. I'm excited to see that there is an expansion, which will help solve that problem.
All in all, it's worth a try.
This game is really best for groups of people that know each other well, and that will not get offended easily. Some of the cards can be brutally honest! We played the game slightly different than what the instructions said (we had more of an open discussion about who fits each card, and had one judge per round- rather than going around one at a time and explaining who we were voting for)
If you like Cards Against Humanity- you'll love this game too!