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- Morally-bankrupt adaptation of a popular children's game - Ages 17+ only!
- A hilarious, competitive card game for 3-8 consenting adults.
- 168 cards (150 Picnic/Letter, 10 Prompts, 8 In/Fail markers)
- Complete instructions with 2 ways to play + extra variations!
- All contained within sturdy two-part box and shrinkwrapped for your protection.
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Epic Picnic is a fast and crazy card game inspired by a verbal memory game from childhood that we corrupted with humor from our adult life. You might bring figgy pudding on a picnic, fashion a makeshift weapon out of Peter Piper's pickled pecker, or inherit a Nicaraguan death squad from your grandfather. Best of all, it's super easy to pick up and play! Players flip cards to represent the ridiculous and terrible things they are bringing on the picnic (or other scenario) while at the same time trying to stay focused and remember what everyone else is bringing. Miss just one card and you're out in this last-man-standing, brain-hemorrhaging face-off!
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I love this game. It's just that simple. This is one of those few games that is fun to play drunk or sober. It's a very different game, but both versions are highly entertaining. You can play with friends you've known forever or people you just met (in which case it makes a fantastic ice breaker). It's easy to learn but impossible to master unless you have an infinite memory. But the two big sells that make it a perfect party game are this -
- it's a competition but rarely causes hurt feelings. Sure, there is a clear cut winner, but players aren't really playing against each other so much as against their own mental capacity. It's the first competitive game I've played in a long time where I left the table without making any enemies. Or at least any new ones.
- it keeps players engaged. And that's what tabletop gaming is really about isn't it? After one round, no one is checking their dumb Twitter feed or seeing who tagged who in an endless series of insipid photos. It forces players to actually be present at the table, listening and memorizing, watching and laughing. You know, like people used to do.
My personal record is 24 cards, which is sad compared to most players but impressive amongst my group of friends. I highly recommend this game if you enjoy fun and aren't morally outraged at the occasional off color joke.
If you like memory games... or even if you don't like memory games but just like drinking, cursing, and laughing... you'll probably enjoy this. I sure did.