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Loaded Questions Adult Version Review

Loaded Questions Adult Version Review

Loaded Questions is a fun game where you have to follow instructions given by the spinner board. You have to guess which of your friends wrote which answer to win 8 VIP cards and dominate the game.

What we like

  • Free Shipping
  • Everything you need for the game is included

What we don’t like

  • Customers suggest that the questions can be “tame” and not adult like, like the game suggests
  • Even though you get free shipping the game is still on the expansive side

How to play

The aim of this game is to get 8 VIP cards to win. You have to pin the two spinner on the bottom and top side of the board. The VIP and question cards must be face down separate from each other in stacks.

Every player must write their name on their answer sheets. The shortest player in the group begins the game. Players move clockwise.

You have to spin the spinner and pick the next question card. Now you have to read the question matching the color the spinner landed on.

If you land on choose you will be able to CHOOSE any of the four questions on the card to do. If the spinner lands in GIVE or STEAL, you will have to follow the instructions showed by the spinner.

All the players except you will write their own answer to the question showed on the answer sheet.

All the answer will be taken and shuffled. The answers will be read to the player at your right-side. After you have heard the answers you must choose your favorite one and the you will have to guess which players wrote which answers.

If You match 1 correct answer you must take  a VIP card. If you had all the answers correct you can take a second VIP card. The first player to have 8 VIP cards wins the game. If two players get the 8th card together on the same turn both the players win the game.

Price: From $23.96-$30.00

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: Loaded Questions include a Spinner, 6 Pencils, Instructions, Spinner Board, 55 VIP Cards, 308 questions and an Answer Pad

There are various versions of Loaded Questions available. There is the Original Version available. This is for ages 10+ to adult.

There is also a Party Version available to enjoy from ages 13- adult

Smaller kids also have the chance to play Loaded Questions with the family. Loaded questions Junior available for ages 6-adult  

For on the go fun the Loaded Questions On the Go is available for ages 8-adult

CoolCats & AssHats

CoolCats & AssHats

CoolCats & AssHats is a get to know your friends better game with over 400  cards. A subject card is read and all players must vote. This game may have adult linings but it is appropriate for all players. The game is entirely what the players make of it.

What we like

  • Expanion packs available
  • Free Shipping

What we don’t like

  • Types of cards are not equally divided
  • The game targets the younger audience, some adults may not find the cards appropriate for their age group

How to play

To begin the game you have to shuffle the Subject cards, the hands must be on the top side. The rest of the cards, AssHat, Tiebreaker and CoolCat cards must also be shuffles and put face down on separate piles.

To determine the player that has to kick off the game you have to draw a Tiebreaker that the whole group has to complete. The winner of the Tiebreaker is appointed the Master and will start the game.

The Master will draw subject cards and put them face down for the players to see

5< players= 5 Subject cards

6-7 Players=6 Subject cards

8-9 Players=7 Subject cards

10 > Players =8+ Subject cards

The other players will have to guess if their Master likes each Subject card or not. Once all the players guesses are in The Master will make his/her choices open. The Master will make his/her answer on all the cards with an thumbs up or down. When all the cards have been reviewed the player will begin with the scoring. A point per correct answer.

When a tie happens ( for the winner or the loser) , a Tiebreaker card must be selected. When there is a winning Tiebreaker, the players who comes first wins the round. (when more than 2 people where involved).When there’s a losing Tiebreaker te person who comes last loses the round.

There is Tiebreaker cards that only apply for 2 players at a time. When there are more than 2 people in a Tiebreaker, you have to start with the 2 players on the left of the Master and move clockwise.

Price: $29.55 Sale-$25.00

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 425 Cards,50 AssHats cards, 250 Subject cards, 75 Tiebreaker  cards, 50 CoolCats cards and instructions.

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

Gloomhaven

Gloomhaven Review

Gloomhaven  is a dungeon-based board game that reminds one a lot of Dungeons and Dragons, with multiple scenarios and classes to play trough. As a card and tiled-based game, your characters’ actions are controlled by cards. Each player chooses two cards to play per turn.

Each card has a bottom and top half that accordingly gives you certain actions to do. This game focuses a lot on strategic  tactics and well laid out plans. Gloomhavem held the title for the best boardgame  on the leading website BoardGameGeek for the most of three years.

What we like

  • There are several expansion packs available
  • Versatile game (multiple scenarios and characters to play with)

What we don’t like

  • Very expensive
  • Problem with Shipping

How to play

Before you start the game you have to choose a Character Class (Brute, Cragheart, Spellweaver, Mindthief, Tinkerer, Scoundrel and the matching character. Also take the character’s character mat, deck of ability cards and then 5 character tokens.

Shuffle all the Personal Quests cards, Each player will get two but must choose only one to keep. Return the other to the deck.  Trough the game you will gain experience points, you’ll use an Experience tracker to keep track of it.

You can buy useful items with your character’s starting gold. Some of the gold can be used in events so be sure not to spend it all at once

Price:  $99.93 (original price $140.00)

Free Shipping: YES

Go Fish Yourself

Go Fish Yourself Review

Go Fish Yourself is the adult version of the childhood game we l know. The goal of this game is to give other players pairs or to force them to make pairs instead of traditionally holding all the cards for yourself.

Each pair of cards comes with a set of rules that can be very adult like at times. If you can’t follow the rules then you are out of the game.

What we like

  •  Affordble
  • There is an expansion pack
  • There is a Family Friendly version

What we don’t like

  • The game can be short or long depending on the cards
  • Some of the cards makes the game extremely difficult to play
  • Game instructions are not clear

How to play

There are three colors of cards in this game. If you have a pair if blue cards you only have to perform that task once. If instead you have a pair of orange cards you have to follow that rule for the whole game. The last card is the “Go Fish yourself” card, this card can be played at any time in the game. This card can be used to force another player to make a pair.

You have to ask another player for a card to make a pair. The catch is that you are not allowed to ask the player for the color of the card. If at any time you cannot complete a task or fail to follow a rule you are eliminated from a game.

Price:  $9.97

Free Shipping: NO

What’s included: 54 game cards with a set of instructions

Hot Seat

Hot Seat Review

Hot seat is a 200 question game you can play with your friends. Up to four players can play this game. The player in the hot seat will draw one of 200 cards and ask a question all the other players must answer. A fun game to discover who knows you the best.

What we like

  • Game is always different with new payers
  • Fun way to get to know your friends
  • Get to laugh at other players answers to your questions
  • The game is very flexible, you can incorporate your own rules

What we don’t like

  • This is not truly an adult game (take a few cards out and anyone can play)
  • Limited adult content
  • Expansion packs costs extra money
  • Can get repetitive when playing with the same friends

How to play

The player in the hot seat draws three cards and reads them out loud. The other players write their answers separately as if they are the player in the hot seat. The player in the hot seat then reveal their answers and points are rewarded accordingly. Scoring varies depending on the role you play.

Price:  $29.95

Free shipping: Yes

What’s included: 200 Question cards and instructions

Joking Hazard

Joking Hazard Review

Joking Hazard is a charades like game but with cards. Play with your friends to complete a three panel comic with endless possibilities. Certain combinations may be upsetting for some players, but then again this game is not for the faint of heart.

What we like

  • Three expansion packs available on Amazon
  • Expansion packs are affordable

What we don’t like

  • The game is a bit on the expensive side
  • Some of the cards are inappropriate on certain topics

How to play

You can ask 3 or more friends to play the game with you. Each of that players gets 7 cards. After the cards have been dealt out a judge is chose and the game starts.

The judge flips the top card from the draw pile over. The game can go two ways depending on the color of card the judge turned over. There is Red and Black cards in the game.

Black Cards

A Black Card indicates a normal round. The judge adds a black card from his hand to any side of the starting card. The rest of the players will have to finish the two panel starter the judge made.

Red Cards

If the judge flips the first card over at the beginning of the game and it is a red card, it will be a bonus round. The judge will not add a card to either side of the starter card like in a normal round. The players will have to take 2 of their own cards ro complete the panel.

After the players have put their cards down

This applies for both the Red and Black cards

Each player has to put their best card face down on the table (except the judge of course). The judge will look at each card and choose a favorite one.

The winning card goes back to player who played it. The card will have to be face up to keep track of the scoring during the game. The player sitting to the left of the judge now has a turn to play the judge.

After each round the cards will have to be refreshed. The players must always have 7 cards.

The game ends when a player has 3 points. House rules can be brought in here to make the game more interesting and to extend the game experience,

Price:  $24.99

Free Shipping: NO

What’s included:  306 panel cards, 10 blank cards ( you can add your own words) and instructions.

Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever Review

Never Have I Ever is the  Timeless game played with so many variables. This game is just as it sounds, have you or have you never with an appropriate adult twist.

What we like

  • Three varieties of editions
  • More than 500 cards

What we don’t like

  • This game does not cater for all groups
  • No editions tailored towards guys

How to play

To start the game you have to take out all the rule cards and place them separately from the other cards on the table. Each player receives 10 Play cards, the rest of the cards should stay in the box.

The player that starts the game must take a rule card from the pile, read it for the other players to hear and place it face up on the table. That rule cards says what the players must do for that specific round. If you are not able to play a rule card you must take another one until you can.

The scoring system of this game is fairly easy. When you are guilty of a play card you win it and you are able to keep it face up in front off you. That will be your wall of shame.

When you are not guilty of a play card you put it in the discard pile. The first player that has 10 Play cards on their wall of shame wins the game.

Price: $24.95 (Sale: $23.00)

Free Shipping:  No

What’s included: Cards and a set of instructions