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Who's Got Game? by Neil Strauss
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- The perfect game for any party or social gathering!
- An amazing follow up to the international New York Times bestselling books The Game and The Rules of the Game, featuring never before seen material and routines from seven-time New York Times bestselling author, Neil Strauss.
- Each round the leader picks up a script card, reads it aloud, and transforms into the most interesting person in the room.
- Script cards can also be brought to cafes, malls, and bars, and used to meet new people.
- Ten different types of script cards, including revealing personality tests, fun physical challenges, social intelligence questions, secret persuasion missions, handwriting analysis & palm-reading games, partner-based conspiracies, and more!
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The perfect game for any party or social gathering!;An amazing follow up to the international New York Times bestselling books The Game and The Rules of the Game, featuring never before seen material and routines from seven-time New York Times bestselling author, Neil Strauss.;Each round the leader picks up a script card, reads it aloud, and transforms into the most interesting person in the room.;Script cards can also be brought to cafes, malls, and bars, and used to meet new people.;Ten different types of script cards, including revealing personality tests, fun physical challenges, social intelligence questions, secret persuasion missions, handwriting analysis & palm-reading games, partner-based conspiracies, and more!
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Neil Strauss, seven-time New York Times bestselling author who brought you the international bestselling seduction books The Game and The Rules of the Game is back with one question in mind: "Who's Got Game?"
"Who's Got Game?" adds a new twist to being social and can be played anywhere. Whether or not you're currently a player or playette, there is more game in this box than in most people's brains. Play it for fun, for training, or for a better social lubricator than alcohol. Like The Game itself, these cards can be used to break the ice and get to know people-whether strangers or your own partner-in minutes.
"Who's Got Game?" is engineered to bring out the fun and attractive qualities in every player. From physical challenges to personality tests to secret conspiracies, "Who's Got Game?" has it all. So if you're looking to turn an ordinary night into a memorable adventure, this is the game for you.About the Author
Neil Strauss is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Game, Rules of the Game, and Emergency. He is also the coauthor of three other New York Times bestsellers-Jenna Jameson's How to Make Love Like a Porn Star, MÖtley CrÜe's The Dirt, and Marilyn Manson's The Long Hard Road Out of Hell -as well as Dave Navarro's Don't Try This at Home, a Los Angeles Times bestseller. His latest book, Everyone Loves You When You're Dead, collects the 228 best, craziest, and most soul-baring moments from his adventures with musicians, celebrities, and icons while writing cover stories for Rolling Stone and the New York Times. Strauss lives in Los Angeles.
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First, I'd like to touch on how easy the game is to pick up and play. There aren't that many components, but having a boatload of pieces doesn't always make for a great game. Sometimes, all people want to do is play something quick and easy as opposed to losing an entire weekend to Risk.
I also want to mention that I like how the script cards have ten different types of categories. Let's face it, some of us aren't as social as others and some of us aren't as comfortable in revealing our personal pleasures when in a group setting (sorry, I'm old-fashioned). Uncomfortable with massaging your partner as the script card tasks you to do? Draw a new card! Giving players a variety of ways to interact allows the game to be customizable to suit a particular group's needs or wishes.
Creative minds can have a lot of fun with the script cards without keeping score. You could take the script cards out to a social gathering (public or private) and just use the cards as an activity to help pass the time. I remember, as a kid, frequenting a particular Pizza Hut that had trivia cards at every table...and I had a really good time. The potential for creating a particular "deck" of script cards to match a particular situation is endless.
Overall, "Who's Got Game?" is a fantastic party game that has a lot to offer. Playing the game with your kids and family is possible, but this game is ideally meant for an adult group setting. You'll get the most bang for your buck by keeping the audience over eighteen years of age. If your kids do express an interest in trying it, I found that the best way to make this game family friendly is to go through the cards ahead of time and exclude the more raunchier ones.
The family and I played a full game (excluding the inappropriate and more difficult cards) and things went very well. We actually sat around for an hour afterwards, playing out the actions on the Storytelling cards and analyzing personality types on the Cold Reading cards without keeping score. I really liked how the cards were open enough to allow younger audiences to answer in a silly manner, much like we do when playing "Say Anything!" or "Apples to Apples."
Jennifer, my girlfriend, mentioned that this game would be "a hoot" to play for when her brother and sister came over with their significant others. Her thoughts on the game paralleled with mine in that playing the game with kids is very possible, but it would be better with a group of adults...the more the better. Regardless, the kids had a blast and didn't want to stop playing.
If you're in the market for a new party game, give "Who's Got Game?" a look!