Faux Cabulary - The Outrageous Game Of Wild New Words
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- Ages 13 to adult
- For 3-7 players
- 5 minutes to learn
- Great party game
- Over 300,000 possible Faux Cabulary combinations
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Top Customer Reviews
It is a FUN game!!!
Like Apples and the T-shirt game, players take turns being the "Wordmeister" or judge. The other players all try to make up a nonsense word based on a given definition and the cubes they have in front of them. There are 21 cubes, each six-sided with a different letter or syllable on them, like UBER, FWAP, Y, TION. Player get three cubes for each round. They use these cubes to form a word for the definition on the card that the judge reads, like "the sticky stuff on movie theater floors." One at a time, players reveal their words by lifting the cube holder that hides their words from others. After hearing all the choices, the judge picks a winner. That person gets the definition card. Depending on how many are playing, the first one to get a stated number of cards (like four or five) wins.
Up to seven can play and everyone plays each round, so there's no sitting around and waiting your turn, like Trivial Pursuit. You'll get laughs from some of the words you make. A fun game that will liven up your game night.
The game is simple enough, there are a bunch of dice with 6 different words or word parts on them. A definition is read and you put together 2-3 of these dice to create a word to fit that definition. Then the reader picks the one that makes the most sense/is their favorite.
Like I said, neat idea. But there's only a small number of dice in the game (when playing with the maximum 7 players there were only 2-3 dice left un-chosen each round. This means it can be pretty hard to come up with a workable word for each definition and you can end up picking the same dice several times a game or even in a row. Truly funny or fitting words end up being rare and you can get bored or even frustrated playing when you see the same dice repeatedly or can't come up with anything using your limited options.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My full video review - http://www.gameboygeek.com/#!faux-cabulary/cwxePublished 7 months ago by Game Boy Geek
We played this game once and we were not entirely satisfied with it. Words were very hard to make up with the letters provided. Would not recommend.Published 18 months ago by Jennifer MacDonald
We love the game! Rolling laughter filled the room and family and friends. Even little ones enjoyed making up funny words. Read morePublished on May 2, 2014 by Caitlin Gardner
If you have friends who think really randomly, this game is perfect. Its an ADD person's dream. There are so many hilarious combinations for dice words.Published on April 4, 2014 by Amazon Customer