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The Voting Game Card Game: The Game About Your Friends

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Description

  • The Voting Game is a party game that uncovers the hilarious truth behind your friendships.
  • Play again and again - Gameplay varies dramatically based on who you're playing with.
  • Get to know each other - Personal stories are often shared after a revealing vote.
  • Ages: 15+ | Players: 4- 10 | Time: 30-90 minutes | 250 Cards
  • Warning: Not recommended for accountants and other people without a personality

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Customer Reviews

This game was a lot of fun it had us laughing the whole timeThis game was a lot of fun it had us laughing the whole time! It's no cards agains humanity but it was still a lot of fun if you're looking for something different. Some of the cards are a little bit mean spirited. My husband and I had party with some close friends and we went through the deck beforehand and pulled out a few cards that we thought were a little too mean or might be create an awkward situation. I'd recommend only playing with people you know really well and with people who have a good sense of humor. 49.5/10 Would Recommend to Those Who Want to Get to Know Their Friends Better!I only recommend that this game be played with your close friends and no "new friend who just stopped by for a quick game" because it could get awkward fast. On our Friendsgiving, we played this as a warm-up game before drinking and before QuickWits, and it worked its charm, making us all laugh and we actually realized what our other friends love about us! There were some moments of awww! and WTF!! but I think it made all of us closer a little. When played with non-close friends, expect them to not have any votes (assuming no other friends know this person) or votes that are shallow. I didn't ask those non-close friends who came by but they probably felt so awkward and either voting for the only person in the group they know or voting randomly, which is kinda sad and exclusive. Another downside is you can only play with 10 people. Other than that, it was an amazing game made to tighten any gaps between you and your friends! 5We played for four hours straight!My all-adult family likes to play family-friendly games. Our favorite is Been there, Done that . We have tried other games but none have come close to being as good as that game until this one. We played it today for the first time - we played for four hours straight! We didn t even realize it! We were laughing so hard some of us were falling over in our chairs. It s different than Been there, Done that because you don t admit to anything - it s all about people s perception of you which is hysterical. One question was this person pees in a pool every time . It doesn t matter what the correct real answer is, just what people think - who gets the most votes from the anonymous voting. Absolutely hysterical - our new favorite game. Love it! 5From a loyal CAH fan, this game gives it a run for its moneyExcellent party game that rivals cards against humanity. Let me start off by saying I'm a huge CAH enthusiast, bigger blacker box, 6 expansions, all the bells and whistles.Beware:This game feels identical to the raunchy behavior that takes place in these 17+ card games. While the game can be fun to any random group of people, playing with close friends is really where it shines. The game forces people to make rash opinions about the people playing the game, and can potentially even hurt someone's feelings by something like voting who would tip the least, most likely to date someone not yet born etc. While most cards are generally positive, you should make sure everyone playing can take a hit and realizes that it is just a game.With random strangers it is a lot harder to vote for someone you barely know opposed to those you know well. However playing with a group of close friends, it really shines as it promotes sharing the reasoning behind the vote, let it be a kind gesture someone witnessed or that one night where things went a little hazy.It is super compact, I like how easy it easy to bring a square box with me over the BBB. Less clutter than CAH because there isn't a discard pile since all voting cards are returned to the players.Since this game is propelled by the players' opinions instead of a funny word or phrase on a card, the jokes and memories created by playing feel more original and genuine, at least that what I perceived.Nice addition to my collection of party games, would buy again. 5Good things come in small packagesI love this game, it's really fun. I do encourage the use of discretion when selecting people to play it with as some questions can cause certain people to be uncomfortable. That being said the thing that most impressed me about this game is just the range of questions, everything from "Who is secretly a superhero " to "who's standards lower after the fewest number of drinks", the results are hilarious. One of the added perks is that this game takes up almost no space on my already overflowing game shelves. Being an avid collector of board and card games, the packaging of games I order on Amazon are always a toss up. I always end up wondering "how will this fit on the shelves?" Luckily, this game is small and square and actually takes up very little room.This is where the review portion ends and if you want you can stop reading but I want to go into a little bit of detail about why I found out that some people are not suited for all questions and therefore not suited for this game.I bought this game in anticipation of a get together my roommate and I were having at our home, just a few friends. So one of our friends ends up bringing a guy who no one else at the party had met. Well we played this game and iIdrew the card that may have inspired this new guy to want to leave. The question being "who has hooked up with the most people in a 24hr period?" Some background info: every one present (except maybe the new guy) knows that the gal who brought new guy has participated in at least 2 threesomes and for our little group more than 1 hook up in 24 hours is quite unusual. So back to the votes, everyone is cracking up, knowing who in truth to vote for. Anyways long story short, after that question new guy went out for a smoke and when he came back they decided to leave early :(. New guy is a nice person but I think we scared him off. 4A favorite! -NOTE: Sometimes pretty awkward (which may or may not be a good thing lol)The picture I posted- I explain below why I chose those specific cards to post but I'll start by saying this is a game you probably won't be taking to work or church. There are quite a few cards that are considered inappropriate for certain settings/situations.If you're super shy and/or easily offended, you might not enjoy this much....or maybe you will with a few drinks?For a group of mostly strangers- it may not be enjoyed as much, not just because of the awkward cards but there are a lot of questions that are more relevant for people that know you better.That being said- this is likely to be much more fun for a group of friends/close friends (possibly even some family)....and also a group that gets this kind of humor--although, if you throw in at least one shy and awkward person that would add extra fun lol.NOTE: Even with close friends, it has potential of getting pretty awkward. For example, see the picture I posted- say you're in a group of mostly couples and one single person- or mostly single friends and one couple...depending on their personalities it could be just a little awkward or super awkward. I personally think it's fun when it gets pretty awkward and having a mix of personalities. I plan on getting the NSFW expansion pack for our next game night for this very reason lol.NOTE: A majority of the cards are just clean and silly questions so if you're not wanting the super awkward questions you could just pull those out--the picture I posted is most of the cards I found to be most potentially-awkward questions, so it's not a ton of them BUT there are several more sexual references on cards that I did not put in the picture.A couple examples of the less-awkward (but still inappropriate) questions: "Who has gotten a massage with a happy ending" and "Who would be first picked for a threesome"Clean questions- these are still really fun and you'll probably be arguing with your friends about each of your votes. Also, it's funny when someone votes for you and you would not have expected it! A couple examples of clean but fun questions: "Who would try to talk down the price of Girl Scout Cookies?", "Whose Google search history would you like to see the most?" and "Who gives the most awkward hugs". 5Play with CautionIt's a fun game, quick/easy to play, simple to set up, & it takes very little effort to play. Please note though, this is an "ADULT" Party game. Parents wanting to play with their family (young adult children included) should know some of the questions asked are sexual & might not be appropriate for a family game night. The same could be said for other group settings, so be aware.Since we were familiar with the game, we did play with our young adult children, but just went through the deck of question cards prior to playing & removed them from the deck (as a matter of fact I threw them away bc some of the questions would not be appropriate for most of our group play - I felt it could be awkward). As long as you are aware of the content, this is a great game.They need to make a few G Rated versions - not necessarily a kid version, just a version any adult group can play. 4Surprisingly Great GameSurprisingly great game. This game is very simple. It consist of 2 decks. The voting deck and the statement. Everyone gets assigned a number and then everyone is given number cards of everyone in the game except there own. The statement card is drawn and everyone anonymously place the number of who they thing most resembles the card. Then whoever is voted on gets one guess at who voted for them. Amazingly simple and fun. 5FunJust played this last night and it was awesome. We opted to use the rule where you aren't annonymous and it was hilarious. Betrayal everywhere! XD in a funny way. 10/10 will play again. 5Good times!Fun game. The Voting Game is different than Cards Against Humanity as it focuses on the player's opinion's of each other. Super simple game and you can alter the rules to fit the setting of your night. Playing this game can be a minefield, however the best way to play this game is to have no shame with who you vote for. I'd advise to play this game with friends who don't take themselves too seriously as some of the questions can be insulting or embarrassing. Overall, this is a great game and if you and your friends can laugh at yourselves then this is the perfect addition to any game night.The only unfortunate thing about the game is that I am unable to order the expansion packs as they do not ship to Japan. Regardless, this game deserves 5 stars. 5
The Voting Game Card Game: The Game About Your Friends

The Voting Game Card Game: The Game About Your Friends

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 445.00
Sale price
HK$ 445.00
Regular price
HK$ 734.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 289.00)