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Mattel Apples to Apples Party Box The Game of Crazy Combinations
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- This infamous wild card and party game provides instant fun for 4 to 10 players
- It's As Easy As Comparing Apples To Apples, Just Open The Box, Deal The Cards And You're Ready To Play
- Select The Card From Your Hand That You Think Is Best Described By A Card Played By The Judge
- Each Round Is Filled With Surprising And Outrageous Comparisons From A Wide Range Of People, Places, Things And Events
- The Party Box comes complete with 504 green and red cards; the green cards have 2 clues per card, the red cards have 1 clue per card
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Apples to Apples are the game of hilarious comparisons. It's as easy as comparing apples to apples just open the box, deal the cards, and you're ready to play. Select the card from your hand that you think is best described by a card played by the judge.
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Top Customer Reviews
My guess is they are making the games smaller now so that you are forced into buying additional extension packs.
*See attached picture. Box on the left is the standard version, box on the right that I ordered from Amazon is much smaller.
What arrived was the 500 card box that is 1/2 the price. Not what I paid for, but no time to return it before Christmas.
This is best played with 3 or more people. We've played with as many as 9 people and it was so much fun!
This game has cards that are current and relevant to today's news, memes, fads, sayings and fashion.
Every player gets a turn: you take a green card with 2 words on it. You choose which word you want and the others choose from their hand of red cards which one matches your word the best. Whoever put the winning red card in, takes the green card as a win.
It is a fun way to find out just how twisted and fun your family and friends are!
Although this game is called 'Apples to Apples', it is definitely not 'Hi Ho Cherry-O'
This had everyone in stitches and after 2 complete rounds (the winner is the one who has 4 green cards)
We might need an expansion pack for more cards!
This box set is both good and bad in my opinion. There's a ridiculous amount of cards, meaning there's potential for many amazing and hilarious combinations, but on the other edge of that sword is the fact that there's way, way more potential for combinations that make no sense, giving you terrible hand after terrible hand. If you play to win, you shouldn't play. The main satisfaction derived from this game is playing with a large group of people and having 30% of the cards played be delightfully funny. Can I fault the game for these perceived transgressions? No. This game was made to be playable by a large age range, and I think it is.
Other notes: they've added to the rules from what I remember. It doesn't matter, you can play however you want, but the new set of rules feels convoluted. Maybe I just played the wrong way the first time.
I still love this game.