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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The first person to collect 7 cards loses. Pick up a card, now you are the judge for that one round. Read the card out loud and start debating with everyone in the group.. who does the card best describe ? Start pointing fingers, telling stories or even claim yourself !
• First I'll address the limitations in my opinion.
- Number of people playing
With this game, it's pretty important to
play with a large group of people. The more the
merrier. The reasoning ?? ... when a specific
card comes up and it simply doesn't apply to
anyone in the group, I/we have to discard it and
pick a new one. Our group of gamers were
constantly having to pick new cards because of
- State of mind
As the title of the game goes, it certainly helps
being drunk, stoned or stupid. The more
feedback and conversation, the better. One
example of a card reads "first one to call dibs
on people at a party" its certainly a lot easier to
claim or point fingers at others when the beers
are going down quick.
- Familiarity of people
This is the big one for me. The more unfamiliar
you are with others playing the game with you,
the harder it is to point fingers. Its extremely
difficult to say ... for example, " Tom would be
the first one to call dibs on people at a party" ...
when you just met Tom for the first time or
hardly know anything about him.
• Whats great about this game
- Quality of cards
The cards are actually decent quality, unlike
some other games I've purchased. The cards in
my game are used, passed around,
shuffled and held in hands plenty of times with
no issues. I think this is pretty important
because they are the only physical objects in
the game box, besides the directions. It's good
to see a company not being cheap about the
only thing that's in their box.
- Card content
By far the funniest statements and one liners
I've seen in a game ... that's including several
games similar to this. I found myself
uncontrollably laughing for minutes just trying
to read some of the cards.
- Number of cards
I'm pretty impressed with the number of cards
included with this game. There are
significantly more cards in the game then
comparable games... almost twice as many as
some of the similar games I own. I love this
simply because it takes longer to cycle through
back to the same card.
- Simple directions
The most simple and straight forward
directions I've ever read.
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!
We ended up devolving into a game where we only pulled out cards we liked, read them, and shouted out who we thought represented the card. About 10% of the cards are ridiculous if you are over 30.