Day: March 5, 2020


Scrawl Review

Scrawl reveals the artist in you starting with a phrase, a funny doodle and then giving it to your friend. By the time the circle s completed and the doodle gets back to you it will definitely have gone wrong.

The scoring of this game is fairly simple, points are given to the worst doodles and the most terrible guesses.

What we like

  • There are more than 200 phrases to pass your game night with laughs
  • Free Shipping

What we don’t like

  • No expansion packs are available
  • Markers included are of bad quality. For a better gaming experience you have to buy your own beforehand.

How to play

The rules of this game are very simple. To begin you have to get you’re your friends and place the score card in the middle of the table. Each player must also get a clip and a board which must be attached together.

You can choose between yellow, white, pink and black scenarios. Each player takes a card and starts to draw in secret. You have to draw what your phrase says.  For example if you chose the  pink scenario and it says Dutch Oven you have to draw it the best you can – while keeping your cards phrase a secret.

When everybody has finished their Ludacris drawing they have to give their drawings to the player seated on their left.

Now everyone takes a blank scrawl card and clips it over the drawing they see. They write down on the blank card a description of what they think it is. Then again they pass it to the player on their left.

Complete the whole process until your own card returns back to you. Now everyone shows their phrase and the original drawing and the other players descriptions of what they thought it was. When a player has put down all their cards every other player has to choose their favorite drawing. The point goes the owner of the card each player chose. Their marks go on the score card. If by chance  a players original creation matches the final scrawl card they receive 3 points on the score card.

When that is finished the process will be repeated. The game ends when a player has 2 more points than the number of players there is

Price: $29.99

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 240 Cards, dry erase markers ( get your own too) , instructions and 8 clipboards

bad people

Bad People Review

Bad People is a Card game where you get to know your friends and their true intentions better.

What we like

  • A lot of different variety of cards
  • Expansion packs available (Red, White, Green and NSFW packs)

What we don’t like

  • Very expensive
  • Not for sensitive people

How to play

The first step you have to follow before you play Bad People is to choose an identity. After collecting the Player Identity card you have to give every player a voting card. The Voting card makes voting easier so you can identify your friends with a picture when they vote for you.

The last player to arrive is the dictator (we all have friends who’s always late to everything). The Dictator picks up a question card and reads it out loud for every player to hear. For example, Who will most likely go to a strip club?

The Dictator secretly votes by putting a player card in front of them. Now it is the other players chance to vote. Each player puts a Voting card in front of them of the person they think the Dictator voted for.

The voting is the last step in the game. Every player turns over their voting cards one by one. The Dictator is the last to do so. Every player who guessed the same as the Dictator is awarded with 1 point. If any player has played their Double Down card they awarded with 2 points.

Price: $39.95

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 370 cards ( 10 player identity cards, 100 voting cards, 250 question cards, NSFW  expansion pack, 10 Double Down Cards.

Drawing Withiut Dignity

Drawing Without Dignity Review

Drawing Without Dignity is an adult version of Pictionary. In this game you are in a race against your friends to draw and guess uncensored material.

What we like

  • Uncensored game
  • A lot of cards in the expansion pack

What we don’t like

  • Drawing platform not added (white board)
  • No expansion packs available on Amazon

How to play

Drawing Without Dignity is a relatively easy game to play. You roll the Die and according to the number on that you draw a card to find your clue. The next step is to turn over the timer and to draw the clue that you got.

The goal is for your teammates to guess what you draw until the timer runs out. You can draw as many as you like before the time runs out.

Price: $24.99

Free Shipping: NO

What’s included: Rules, golf pencils, drawing pad, die and a timer.

Exploding Kitten

Exploding Kittens Review

Exploding Kittens is a strategic card game much like Uno and Russian Roulette. All the players take turns drawing cards from the deck until someone draws an Exploding Kitten, which will cause that player to be eliminated and the race to be the winner a little bit smaller.

The deck consists of different type of cards. There are cards that lets you peek at the deck before you draw, shuffling the whole deck, cards that defuses bombs and cards that you can use to make your opponent draw multiple cards

What we like

  • This game is for the whole family
  • An adult expansion pack is available
  • Multiple expansion packs other that the NSFW pack

What we don’t like

  • Older versions of the game is not compatible with newer expansion packs
  • Older versions are not durable
  • The game may not be suitable for smaller children as it requires comprehension and focus to play the game

How to play

You put the cards on the table and each player take turns at drawing a card. If you draw an Exploding Kitten card you are eliminated from the game. If you play a Defuse card you can distract the Exploding Kitten and escape from being exploded. There are also other cards you can play  to skip your turn or to peek at the deck. There are also cards that enables you to secretly relocate an Exploding Kitten Card.

Price: $19.99

Free Shipping: NO

What’s included: 56 Cards, box and instructions

Freedom Of Speech

Freedom Of Speech Review

Freedom Of  Speech is a card game that involves the guessing of a  word. The goal of the game is a lot like 30 Seconds, your teammates have to guess the word on your card before the time runs out.

You have to use the rules of the game to describe the word, like rhyming. The fist team to guess 21 cards correctly wins the game.

What we like?

  • Free Shipping
  • Multiple playing modes

What we don’t like

  • Expensive
  • Only 100 cards in expansion pack

How to play

Divide all the players into two teams. The rotation of the game will go counter clockwise. Rock, paper scissors will be used to decide which player will go first. The player that will start draws a card from the deck and start the timer for the round to begin.

Your teammates will have 60 seconds to guess the word on the card before the round is over. ( see the rules in how you can explain the word without giving a direct hint)

Price:  $29.99

Free Shipping: Yes

What’s included: 400 cards, button timer, instructions