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Malarky An Imponderables Bluffing Game
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- Award Winning Game: 1997 Good Housekeeping - Number 1 Game of the Year
- Award Winner: 1998 FamilyFun Magazine's Toy of the Year Award Finalist for Games Ages 10-12
- Award Winner: 2003 Major Fun Award
- Zillions Magazine said "You have to be creative and think fast"
- Consumer Reports said "Kids found another good game called Malarky
- You don't have to know the true answer, just fool your opponents. Kids said it was hard to keep a straight face"
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
We laughed so hard my sides hurt. I would recommend that when you open the game, you shuffle the cards (for some reason, the questions at the front of the deck aren't as much fun as those questions scattered throughout the deck).
Anyway, we played for 3 hours. Even the kids loved this game. My 10 year old came up with bluff answers that the adults bought off on. That was pretty funny.
If you buy a game each year for your family, I'd buy this one. THis is really a great game.
This is going to be around for a long time. I would recommend this to anyone.
OK, "Why are red lights arranged, Red, Yellow and Green"? "Why was Green designated as being GO?"
"Why do roosters crow in the morning"?
One person has the real answer, the rest must make up their answers. It is funny to see people try to make up answers that are so stupid it makes you laugh.
I thought the scoring was easy.
In any case, I thought I needed to write a review about the relatively obscure game because I think you'll have fun breaking it out at your next party.
The game has the actual answers. You supply the bluffs.
a. Back in the days of the gold miners, Levi Straus got a great deal on gold thread. It became the trademark and the company didn't break with tradition. b. The gold thread matches the rivets on the pockets of the jeans. c. Ripped seams can be easily detected due to the contrast of gold thread on indigo denim.
Mind you, two of those possible answers are made up and one is the correct one. Unless you know the correct answer, all the answers look pretty believable. It doesn't really matter if you have the real answer or not, just as long as you can deliver your bluff with conviction so that the other players vote for you. Being right isn't necessarily the way to win this game; it's about being the most believable.
Everyone gets a chance to be creative. This really is a fun family game. We first read about it in Good housekeeping Magazine where it was voted, by parents and kids, as the best game of 1999.
That's my two cents. We really do like this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun game, though I really don't see me playing it repeatedly. Great for parties.Published 7 months ago by TJ Fitzpatrick
This is a predictive response as we didn't get to try it at all but I did scan the directions. I "think" it may be potentially offensive to some of my more thin skinned... Read morePublished 18 months ago by David D. Ogle
I received this this game quickly. It was a Christmas gift and was a hitPublished 18 months ago by angel
A wonderfully funny game keeps everyone laughing. A great game for oldsters and youngsters alike.Published 23 months ago by Natalie D. & Fred D. Weinstein
Gave as gift for Christmas. Receiver opened the game, today, to find the game has been used and re-packaged! Buyer beware!Published on March 23, 2013 by T. Pringle
We were looking for new family game when I noticed an ad on this game. We wanted something that could be played by most age groups and that would be fun for a family holiday... Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by JEA