North Star Games Say Anything Party Game | Card Game with Fun Get to Know Questions
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- Say Anything is the hilarious “get to know you” party game about what you and your friends think.
- What’s the worst thing to say to a cop after being pulled over?” Be creative. Be outrageous. Be opinionated. This is your chance to say anything
- How to Play: You read a question. Everyone else writes an answer. Secretly choose your favorite answer. Then everyone else tries to guess which one you picked!
- Contents: 80 question cards, 8 dry-erase pens, 8 dry-erase boards, 1 Select-O-Matic 5000, 16 player tokens, 1 dry-erase score board, 1 full color rules
- Winner of 30 awards!
- A party game with no right or wrong answers – just personal opinions and creative responses.
- The perfect game to play at parties with your friends.
- Ages: 13+; Players: 3 - 8; Play Time: 30 minutes.
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Say Anything will have YOUR friends talking and laughing in minutes! Every player answers a fun question like “What’s the worst thing to say to a cop after getting pulled over?” or “Who’s the most annoying celebrity in show business?” Then players try to choose which answer the judge will like best. Play Say Anything and find out what hilarious things YOUR friends will say!
From the Manufacturer
From the makers of the award-winning Wits and Wagers comes the next great party game - *Say Anything*. Say Anything is a light-hearted game about what you and your friends think. It gives you the chance to settle questions that have been hotly debated for centuries. For instance, “What’s the best movie of all time?” or “If I could have a BIG anything, what would it be?” So dig deep into your heart or just come up with something witty – this is your chance to Say Anything. Say Anything combines the best elements of Wits and Wagers and Apples to Apples. 1) Ask any question from the card you draw, such as “What’s the best movie of all time?” or “If I could have a BIG anything, what would it be?” 2) Everyone else writes an answer and turns it face-up. 3) Secretly choose your favorite of these answers. Then everyone tries to guess which one you picked. Play *Say Anything* - and find out what your friends really think. Ages: teens and adults. Players: 3 – 8. Teach time: 2 minutes. Play time: 35 minutes.
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 10.5 x 2.5 in||10.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 in||4.13 x 3.15 x 0.98 in||12.5 x 12.5 x 12.88 in||10.5 x 8 x 2.62 in||10.38 x 3 x 10.38 in|
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Say Anything Family: 3-6 Players, Ages 8+, Average Play Time = 30 Minutes
I'll keep this short and sweet...out of all of the games in my household, this one is the game most requested. The kids really enjoy coming up with silly answers, especially when it comes time to point out my opinion in various situations. Every answer I received on my turn revolved around "Star Trek" in some way...perhaps they are trying to tell me something? We even brought this game out during a family & friend get-together, where most of them are not gamers by any sense of the definition. Rather than score points, we just passed around the trivia deck and answered questions in humorous and inappropriate ways...this was, of course, after we sent the kids upstairs. Pictures were drawn and secrets were revealed, though it was all in good fun.
There isn't that much difference between the two games, in all honesty. The cards in "Say Anything" are a bit more open-ended to where adults can take advantage of "dirty-minded" answers, though playing it with family and keeping things PG is easily doable. Likewise, the cards in "Say Anything Family" are bit more cutesy in nature, but can be used in an adult setting. Both games are flexible that way, which I appreciate. The regular edition is designed to accommodate eight players, making it a tad more appealing than the family edition, which only accommodates six.
Is either game right for you? Well, that depends. "Say Anything" and "Say Anything Family" is a very social experience, one that gets better the more people you have playing. If it's just you and a spouse, it may not be all that rewarding unless imaginary friends are involved somehow (hey, I'm not judging). If you host or attend parties on a regular basis or have regular family game nights that involve more than three people, then either game will fit the bill nicely. It's a great way for people to learn about each other and well worth the investment.
I give it 4 out of 5 because it has two major flaws.
One: I played this with 2 people that couldn't wrap their heads around the concept. These weren't kids, they were a 34 year old and a 33 year old college graduates. They are boring. They gave boring answers. No one picked their answers, because they were boring. Then, these 2 people felt that the rest of the group was against them and it caused some hurt feelings.
Two: It is a dry erase board, so you can write anything. Make sure the sensibilities of your group mesh. Depending on the group and the level of alcohol involved, this game can get as dirty as Cards Against Humanity. And you don't want that to happen if Grandma is playing.
Other than those items, well worth it.
We played with two couples and had a blast. The rules are dead simple, the components are durable and high quality, and there are plenty of questions to last you through more gaming session than you are ever likely to have.
Each turn one person in the group is "The Judge", who picks a question off a card and asks it. Everyone else writes an answer on an erasable card and throws it down on the table. The Judge then secretly picks his favorite of the answers. Players vote (two votes each, which may be split) on which answer they think the Judge picked. Point are awarded to the answer selected, to each vote placed on it, and to the judge if players voted on the selected answer.
Answers can be serious or comical, there are no right or wrong answers, which makes it a perfect low tension, high entertainment game party game.
We'll be playing this a lot more in our rotation of games, and looking forward to it.
I really like the materials provided. You are given nice hard cardboard stock writing boards that use dry erase pens. There is a pen for every player in the box and they'll be simple to replace when needed. This way you aren't running out of the 'answer' sheets as with so many other games. You just wipe off the answer boards at the end of each turn.