ICUP iPartyHard - Drunken Tower: The Grab A Piece Adult Drinking Game
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- For Ages 21 and over
- 4 Shots per pack
- 60 Blocks per pack
- Unique instructions on each block
- Blocks made of real wood
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Drunken Tower is the hilarious adult party game that simultaneously gauges your dexterity and sobriety. Product Features For Ages 21 and over 4 Shots per pack 60 Blocks per pack Unique instructions on each block Blocks made of real wood. Drunken Tower is the game of steady hands, big laughs - seeing double. this game has a wild twist! Each of the 60 wooden blocks has one of 15 challenging commands printed on it. Upon removing the block the person must read the block and the table or player must follow that command. After that challenge has been completed replace the block to the top of the pile and repeat until the tower comes down. This game has proven to be an extreme challenge even sober, so just wait until you get a couple of notches on your belt. Play by the rules or create your own.
Drunken Tower is the hilarious adult party game that simultaneously gauges your dexterity and sobriety.
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Also the wooden pieces aren't cut right, some of them have big dips in them. So we couldn't even stack the tower. Such a disappointment!
Just received today ... will be returning today. The concept is great - played it many times on Jenga blocks with handwritten instructions on the blocks.
The blocks are about the size of my ring finger, extremely difficult to play with given how small they are. In addition, half the blocks were blank blocks (assuming to "make your own" - at which point, just buy Jenga and make your own). Of the blocks that did have printing on them, the printing was not consistent - some blocks more difficult to read than others. In addition, there were only 13 basic instructions or "rules" on the blocks. There was also 1 block that was chipped.
Conclusion: buy Jenga and make your own version of this game ... at least the blocks will be adult sized and you can actually play the game the way it is meant to be played (or maybe my hands are just big so my complaint isn't valid for everyone, that's also a possibility).