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Overall, I do like the game, I just don't think that it is something that can be used to set the mood at a gathering. You have to set the mood for the game, which isn't worth it sometimes. The cards ranged from simple to funny to silly, and sometimes over the top (ie- going in circles until somebody messes up) and they always ended in a drink. If you want to kick back with friends, break out the drinks and the cards, and just have some laughs, check it out.
I was slightly disappointed that there wasn't more of a challenge, for that price I would have liked more pizzazz. More tricks.. I am glad to have purchased them though, because when alcohol is involved, it doesn't take much to make it more fun! A little campy, but on the whole I am pleased.
While this can be a fun utilization into a drinking game, it lacks options and some of the cards are a bit boring. This is the reasoning for my 4 star rating. It's still a great deck of cards that can be used in anything that requires playing cards.
Talk about the ultimate multi-tasking card game. With a group, you can use these to play a fun drinking game that will be a blast for everybody, even those that aren't drinking alcohol. On your own, you can use the cards to play a nice game of solitaire. A great game all around for parties, or small groups.
This is a very good game to play with ideally 3 or more people. It gets people drinking and loosening up. It's easy to take with you and doesn't involve a whole lot of set up. Great game!
The California King card game is a drinking game that is great for breaking the ice and loosening up party goers. It can be played over and over again and never really gets boring...as long as you like drinking and are not a floozy!
I find the majority of novelty, gift-type items boring as hell. Most of them are one-off things that make someone laugh or wince when they open the package, but then they get stuck in a drawer for the next ten years. This deck of cards -- while not inherently sexual -- is at least useful as a real deck of (pretty) cards, even if you're not interested in drinking your way to oblivion.