Battle Of The Sexes Board Game
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- 4 or More Players in Teams
- Endless Fun Where Men Are Pitted Against Women
- Easy, Out Of Box Game Play
- Great Adult Party Game
- Included are 5 Tug of War Movers, 56 Challenge Tokens, 220 Questions Cards, 1 Game Board, 1 Instruction Sheet
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From the Manufacturer
- 4 or more players in teams
- Endless fun where men are pitted against women
- Easy, out of the box game play
- Great adult party game
- Included are 5 tug of war movers, 56 challenge tokens, 220 question cards, 1 game board, 1 instruction sheet
Top Customer Reviews
Overall it was still fun, but they really could do a better job with the questions!
Updated from the first Battle of the Sexes with new questions this game finally puts to rest the age old question, who know more about the other men or the woman?
It is a fun, quick game and the ladies won the first two rounds. That doesn't mean the men didn't do well. We had a great time laughing at the expense of each other.
The woman questions were hard even for some of us woman. Like: Who is Christopher Guest married to? We had no idea. And, Inky Dink is a brand of What? None of us had a clue. Do you?
The men's questions weren't any easier for the guys: What's the second rule of fight club? "You don't talk about fight club".
All in all we had a really good time. We really liked the Wild Cards but there were a few fun arguments when the other part of the couple didn't agree with the answers.
Really fun for couple get togethers or unisex parties.
Then there are the questions. Players are asked questions that are such a mindless mixture of popular culture and weird facts. For example, "In the movie Shopgirl, Claire Danes' character works the glove counter at which department store?" (answer: Saks Fifth Avenue) and "What useful office product did Bette Nesmith Graham invent?" (answer: Liquid Paper). It's such a mindless mix of "who cares" kind of facts. There are a few interesting rules thrown in, but I feel certain that at least 90 percent of mixed groups can think of something more worthwhile to do than play this game.
We have an entire closet full of games which we enjoy, often with our guests, but this one will not be joining them. Not recommended.
If you are the board game type and have a couple of hours to kill, then it's an acceptable time-passer. I wouldn't make it the centerpiece of a couples' night gathering though. I didn't find the questions too "racy" for today's teenagers, but I doubt that it would hold their interest for long anyway.
We tried out this game with 4 people (2 guys, 2 girls). The object of the game is to answer questions and move tokens from one side of the board to the other. The guys have their own questions and the girls have theirs. There are also wild card slots where teams could potentially get a big leap ahead, and teams can kidnap the other team's token if they land on the same spot. There are 3 questions on each card. A team moves one space for each correctly answered question. The questions are very much like a trivia game, with pop culture and celebrity questions scattered in as well. Many of them really weren't all that gender specific.
The strongest positive of this game is that it works well for groups and can be played in teams. That makes it a fun game for parties and family gatherings.
It was a lot of fun, but we thought it was plenty long and it took us a long time to get one token moved across the board. With 4 people, we were supposed to use 2 of them, but we did a speed round and decided just getting the one across the board was long enough. We also decided not to worry about taking hostages from the other team by kidnapping a token. We were having enough fun and enough of a challenge just getting our tokens moved.
I think if we had more people playing, it would be easier to answer some of the questions. We liked the ones that had multiple choice because we could at least guess at an answer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is just what I was looking for. The transaction went very smoothly. Product was in perfect shape. Thanks for making it so easy.Published on February 22, 2014 by Colleen C. Turpin
This game is very entertaining and you will love the competition between the sexes when you get going with the fun and interesting questions.Published on February 10, 2014 by Windywinemaker
This game was fun for the whole gang. Great game for every person in the group, no matter how young or old.Published on December 5, 2013 by Dani
Have played this game with my family and my i laws. Some of the questions are tricky but for the most part - anyone can play this game - adult that is. Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Mary Polcari
Can't complain its a great game for adults to get together and play! I don't recommend for children to play and give them something to talk about.Published on April 30, 2013 by esolorio04
this was a family game purchase we all have a lot of fun playing this game and have learned a lot of thingsPublished on April 25, 2013 by vicky swaney
This seemed like it would be a fun board game, pitting the men against the women. And, it was okay, just kind of boring. Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by L. Staley