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Oh Really! The Lively Games of What Matters Most

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  • Oh, really newly released the lively game of what matters most
  • Opinions count as players try to guess how their friends really feel about what matters most
  • From the seemingly trivial to the highly debatable, "Oh, really" reveals players' true feelings about everything from "emotions" to "underwear"
  • Perfect for the car or stuff it in your backpack, or display it on the living room coffee table for all your friends and family to enjoy
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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The Lively Game of What Matters Most! In this family game opinions count as players try to guess how their friends really feel about what matters most. From the seemingly trivial to the highly debatable, "Oh, Really!" reveals players' true feelings about everything from "Emotions" to "Underwear". As a party game you'll be rolling with laughter and caught by surprise when players rank 5 random items based on their own priorities. Then just when you think you have someone figured out, they rank "Makeup" ahead of "Memory", making you exclaim "Oh, Really!"

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Oh, Really. Newly Released The Lively Game of What Matters Most. Opinions count as players try to guess how their friends really feel about what matters most. From the seemingly trivial to the highly debatable, "Oh, Really." reveals players' true feelings about everything from "Emotions" to "Underwear". You'll be rolling with laughter and caught by surprise when players rank 5 random items based on their own priorities. Then just when you think you have someone figured out, they rank "Makeup" ahead of "Memory", making you exclaim "Oh, Really.". Ages 10+ Players: 3-8 (or teams)

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11 x 11 x 15 inches
Item Weight 1.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B004054ZX4
Item model number 1041
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #190,953 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#5,194 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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This was my go-to gift for 2013 xmas. There are no embarrassing moments or words - yet you can take the game discussion in any direction you want. The idea is to prioritize the one or two word concepts which rotate through about 200 cards, on the "game board" You either rate these for a partner or some designated member of the group. Discussion following the silent round of
" wait, you would put coffee over honesty?" etc, is the real fun of the game, for which the cards are simply a catalist. After reading posts where unsuspecting uncles were devastated to have sent their niece or relative what turned out to be a raunchy game, this is a safe and still fun bet.
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I was pleasantly surprised by this simple party/family game. The cards cover a wide variety of lighter topics (like toothbrushs, television, leisure, and smiles) to more complex topics (like government, rights, self-esteem, and religious freedom). Sometimes cards create great conversations, such as why did you rank prisons as more important than teachers, but less important than smiles? The more time you take to talk about people's decisions the more this game shines. It was easy to split the cards up into a lighter and heavier themed deck, and we liked starting off light and working our way into the heavier topics as our comfort with the game and each other grew. I like that none of the cards require knowledge of historical, pop culture, or Hollywood stuff (like celebrities, movies, or historical figures like Apples to Apples requires). The game is also not threatening to non-gamers or people who don't feel creative enough for other party games that require skills like drawing (or creative expression/interpretation like Dixit, Pictionery, or Telestrations). The game allows up to 8 people (or teams) to play, which will fit many families, parties, and even social ice breaker situations. (I was provided a review copy of this game but have no connection with the game, creator, or publishers, etc.).
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I have children ages 19 - 8 and it is rather difficult to find a family game that everyone can enjoy. LOOK NO FURTHER - you found a wonderful game for the family. Please it does give you major insight as to priorities of your family members. Now, this is both good and bad. Depending on how your adult children honestly answer some of the questions, might cause you to shake your head in disbelief. Truly a fun family game. I highly recommend this one.
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