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Adult game? I think not.

The game is not entertaining. Most of the questions are not even relevant to it being an adult game, and it looks like a bunch of high school students made it. Poorly made, the cards can easily tear.
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Pros:
No one can get mad at someone for the truth/dare they get, simple rules, good ice beaker.
Cons:
Truths and dares are not very adult and tend to be boring, poorly made.
Rating by reviewer:
1
extremely useful review

Purpose / Audience

This is a "Truth and Dare" game for 4+ players and it's intended for adults. You can play this game with other friends at a little party, and it could also be a good ice breaker if you're willing to do and say a few dirty things.
    • Good for parties
    • Ice breaker
    • Multiple players

Rules / Content

When I opened the box it included a die that was in a little bag, a thin cardboard box with the deck of cards, and a folded up sheet of paper that had the instructions on it. There are 26 "Truth" cards, 26 "Dare" cards and 12 "Pass Along" cards.

You place the "Truth" and "Dare" cards in two separate stacks. Everyone who is playing gets one "Pass Along" card, and this card allows you to refuse a "Truth" or "Dare" but only prior to drawing the "Truth" or "Dare" card. Whoever offers to start the game gets an extra "Pass Along" card for being the brave one. Now to play the game, when it’s your turn you roll the dice. If it's an odd number you pick a "Dare" card but if it's an even number you pick a "Truth" card. Then you continue clockwise.

When a "Truth" card is drawn the person must answer the question honestly. Then the group decides if the answer is acceptable. If it is, then the player gets to retain the card and if it is not acceptable then the player must return the card and continue to the next player. When a "Dare" card is drawn the player must do as the card says. All other players must witness the action. If the group decides that the act was good then you will be awarded a "Pass Along" card and can retain the card. If the group was unhappy with your dare act then you will not get a "Pass Along" card and must return it to the deck. Then your turn is over and you continue to the next player.

The game continues until all the "Truth" and "Dare" cards have been played. The person with the most cards wins!
    • Comes with clear instructions
    • Easy to play
    • Quick game

Design

The box that the game comes in is a very thin cardboard-like material that has a cheap look to it, as does the design on the box. It does not look like much thought went into it. The die is your typical regular white/black die. The instructions were printed on printer paper with the logo on the top and all of the instructions, what the game includes, and two different possible ways to play the game. Very flimsy paper-like material basically explains how the cards are made. The slightest bend in either the box or the cards will ruin them; they both could easily be torn so watch what you’re doing with them.
    • Flimsy

Personal comments

The game was pretty boring, the questions were not all that creative, and I felt like I asked the same questions when I played in high school.

Examples of the Dare Cards:
- Demonstrate how you would propose marriage to the person on your left.
- Make up a poem about a body part and recite it to the group.
- Make a prank phone call.
- Take off your underwear and show it to the group.
- Let everyone in the room spank you.

Examples of the Truth Cards:
- What's your favorite sexual position?
- Have you ever been in trouble with the law?
- Have you ever farted with someone else in the room?
- What form of birth control do you practice, if any?
- What is the dirtiest thing you've ever said in bed?

As you can tell they're not really "adult." I was expecting more dirty fun things, but they weren't very creative. The only plus side to playing a card game with truth and dare is that no one can get mad at anyone for giving them a truth or dare they don't like. It’s such a mix of adult and child-like that I'm unsure what kind of people I should be playing it with.
Follow-up commentary
No way that you play this game can make it dirty fun. It is just simply boring and sometimes too personal and childish.
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  • danellejohns
    danellejohns  
    LOL, make a prank phone call. I suppose this would kinda work for a lil' girls sleepover, with some of the cards they could "act" like grown ups (insert giggling and a bunch of ewwwwws at the birth control question) Thanks for the review.
  • Vaccinium
    Vaccinium  
    Definitely seems tame, but of course, most of us may not be representative of the world's English-speaking population. Thanks for the review.
  • Kayla
    Kayla  
    Good review! I keep going back and forth about getting this one, but it looks like it's not worth it. Thanks!
  • SexyStuff
    SexyStuff  
    Thanks!
  • GroovyBanana
    GroovyBanana  
    Thanks for the review!
  • guy4guyz420
    guy4guyz420  
    Thanks for the review.
  • Fullbeauty
    Fullbeauty  
    Great review, thanks!
  • Shadow0990
    Shadow0990  
    Thanks for the review!
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