The Game of Things(Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- It’s humor in a box
- This outrageous party game includes 300 hilarious topic cards that provoke even more hilarious responses
- For 4 or more players
- Includes 300 topic cards, 1 response pad, 1 score pad, 8 pencils and instructions
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You won’t believe the hilarious, creative, outrageous and unforgettable Things your friends will say during this provocative party game! Draw a topic card and read it out loud. “Things a chimp thinks about when he sees you at the zoo.” Then the other players write down their own responses: “You think I’m weird looking?” “What are you looking at?” or perhaps “Are you my mommy?” Then try to figure out who said what! Remember, you can write anything that comes to mind… so be as fun as you want!
From the Manufacturer
Laughter is what it's all about in The Game of Things. In each round, players write an answer to a topic such as "Things you would like to ask a psychic" or "Things you shouldn't do with glue." Answers can be as outrageous and hilarious or as straight-forward and precise as you like. Everybody then takes turns trying to eliminate each other by guessing which player wrote which answer. The last person left wins the round. The Game of Things comes packaged in a wooden box with a sliding lid. Contents of The Game of Things: 300 Topic Cards, 1 Answer Pad, 1 Score Pad and Instructions.
Top customer reviews
So it starts out as a game of knowing your friends and how they would respond. And I did love how the game can adjust to how innocent, weird, or vulgar the group your playing with is. But eventually everyone TRIES to answer like someone else and really the guessing stage is just blind guessing at that point and not as much fun. But with different groups that haven't played it as often it can still be a fun party game.
-Appropriate for children. My nephew (8) and niece (11) play with us and actually do well.
-Best to have large, diverse group to play with to make the guessing a little difficult
-If playing with 6+ players I recommend getting a large white board or chalk board to write out everyone's responses rather than reading them over and over again. (This is the only reason I give it 4 stars).
-There's enough cards and blank sheets to play for a long time.
-We usually play for 2 hours before we are done with it.
First, this is a game that you play with adults that you are friends with who are not shy. When we play, we have about 8-10 friends over that we know will be OK with this type of game and are also outgoing, which really makes this game much more fun. We make it a potluck and provide drinks.
How It Works - There are cards in the game that ask questions like "Something you wish you didn't know about your grandma" or "Things that should not be recycled". Someone reads the card and everyone writes down an answer, folds it up, and then give all the answers to the person who read the card. That person then reads all the answers, and everyone takes turns trying to guess who wrote the answer.
The more you play, the more outrageous the answers become. Of course, at ours, the booze helps a little, too, but it sure doesn't take much if you have the right people playing, which is really the key. We end up laughing so hard that your sides hurt and you are unable to stop laughing to breath.
Although this is not how the official rules work, we found it more enjoyable to let someone keep guessing as long as they guess correctly, and give 1 point for each correct guess. When they are wrong, go to next person. Continue going in a circle until all answers have been guessed (someone who guesses wrong gets to try again if it comes back to them during the same turn, too).
I highly recommend this game as long as you have a sense of humor, some fun friends/family, and are not easily embarrassed.