Fun Enough to Keep You Interested, Clean Enough to Enjoy with Friends
I got this game for a New Year's Eve party. We had a good time with it and went through many of the riddles. Some are easier than others, and the more comfortable you get with each other the more fun the game can get. My only problem is that it can be hard to reuse the game with the same group of people once you have gone through all of the riddles. Still, I do recommend this game; it is a lot of fun!
Clean enough to play with friends, lots of laughs
Hard to play with different groups as they know different answers
Published:January 08, 2011
How dirty is your mind?
This is a great game for a night in. This is a great ice breaker, and will definitely get your guest loose. Great fun!
Hours of fun, multiple ways to play
You will eventually run out of puzzels
Published:November 21, 2010
Lots of Dirty Fun!
Lots of fun to play! Everyone that played loved it; although, some of the riddles were tough and we were laughing too hard to actually think them through. Great game!
Fun, easy to play, can be played with only 2 people or a group of people
Only comes with 4 game booklets
Published:August 30, 2010
Dirty Minds, Dirty Fun!
Dirty Minds was a ridiculously fun party game to play with friends. This isn't really sexual in nature, so it's a pretty safe bet for a group outing as long as your friends are laid-back (or drunk). The game is easy to learn and fun to play, and I'd highly recommend it.
Fun game, enjoyable riddles, great for groups of friends, doesn't make people uncomfortable.
Games run really short, limited number of questions, some questions are really easy.
Published:August 01, 2010
Get Your Mind Out of the Gutter!
Dirty Minds requires you to get your mind out of the gutter to solve dirty riddles with clean answers. It is great for a couple to play or for a group of friends at a party. It is easy to play and set up as well as includes everything needed. It will surely cause some laughs, but may frustrate you with tough riddles from time to time.
Easy to play and set up, funny riddles, group or couple play.
Some riddles are impossible, not that many riddles, mundane.
Published:April 26, 2010
Low Brow Chuckles For Dirty Dirty Minds
Dirty Minds if the kind of game to toss out after dessert with a small group of fun people who like to laugh and can appreciate low-brow humor. It's always a huge laugh when played with a new group of people, no matter what your personal familiarity with the clues might be.
Easy, fast and fun game play with funny clues.
There are a limited number of riddles, and the riddle difficulty is polarized between hard and easy.
Published:February 06, 2010
Dirty Minds Board Game
We cracked up because this game was so outrageous and it truly shows just how dirty a mind can be!
Fun, exciting, entertaining, hilarious.
Make the game for more players.
Published:January 28, 2010
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Fun game for entertainment purposes, keeps you laughing and good for parties. Would recommend for get-togethers with other adults. It needs to have better directions on how to play the game exactly and they need to add more clues so you won't run out quite so fast. All in all a great game for fun!
The clues were a riot and could have you laughing and guessing until you ran out of books to read.
Directions were not clear as to play the game exactly.
Published:June 10, 2008
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This would be a good game at the right time and place in the right company and perhaps with a few cocktails. If you're not overly competitive and can handle some questions that are either too easy or hard, try it out
Interesting idea for a game, silly, brain wracking, great for girls night out and parties
Answers often too hard or easy, urge to think dirty was easily overcome
Published:April 28, 2008
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Overall, Dirty Minds is a great game. It has plenty of appeal for people from almost all age groups and is great for parties where you can feel free to be as goofy as you want.
Provided us with hours of laughs!
Some of the clues repeat themselves.
Published:March 17, 2008