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- Great way to get to know people
- For 3 to 6 players
- Over 500 questions included
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Our bestselling game tests players on how well they know each other with more than 1,000 questions designed to spark laughter, creative discussion, and lasting memories. Whether you're with friends, family, or people you're just getting to know, Loaded Questions is the perfect answer to "What should we do now?"
The Three-Step How To Play
- Depending on the space the roller lands on, the player reads aloud the question from the corresponding category.
- Every player (except the roller) writes a personal answer for the question.
- After answers are collected by the previous roller and read aloud, the roller must guess which player wrote which answer. For every correct match, the roller advances one space.
If you could 'dis-invent' one thing, what would it be? What would be a terrible name for a new celebrity perfume? What is your best advice for how to make a million dollars? What is your greatest hidden talent?
Gameboard, question cards, answer pad, pencils, die, game pieces, and rules.
- The Classic Game of 'Who Said What?'
- More than 1,000 fun questions
- Made in the USA
- Ages Teen to Adult
- Four to six players
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We didn't agree on answering honestly, or whatever. We decided you'd have to figure out if someone was likely to be sarcastic, funny or try to trick you.
For example, one of the questions was "What word would you use to describe your stomach?". I had to guess who answered what. I got answers like "Round", "Overused", "Tummy", "Empty", "Hungry" and "Powerful". Well, there were two people whose stomachs definetely obscured their belts and I had a really hard time deciding who to give "Round" to for example because I didn't want to hurt someone's feeling if they were...well, unaware that their stomach might be perceived that way and little did I know that the toughest most manly person there would describe their stomach as "Tummy". This caused a lot of laughter. No one's feelings were hurt. We played for over two hours until we were exhausted from laughing.
I gave it 4 stars for educational because I found that having young people step outside of themselves and try to imagine what others might think or feel or how others see themselves is a very important social skill that does not get practiced enough.
I liked it much better than apples or Imagine If. Wise and Otherwise, Balderdash and Wordsweep are still my favorites.
Some of the questions are pretty lame so we usually just skip those and pick the most interesting/provocative question on each card. You can also easily throw off the guesser by answering something completely out of character, but hopefully the competition isn't so intense that you resort to that. Usually for us the answers start to get dirtier and funnier as we drink more and more through the night, but eventually the game gets old and sometimes that happens before you even finish one round of gameplay.
The rules of the game are similar to other games, Awkward Family Photos comes to mind. A player lands on a color, a question is asked from the deck of cards, and everyone writes down their answer. My 11 year old got really silly with his answers sometimes and you can tell whose answer is whose a lot based on personality and writing style. That said, it does get people talking and I love that.
We played after dinner, seated around the table, and it really got a lot of side conversation going as well. I would recommend for Family Game Nights with children that are pre-tweens and up. A game to play with new social groups, perhaps you have your boss's coworkers over for dinner - these questions will break the ice. AND last, but not least, I'm loving this for my son's social skills group. These kiddos need to learn how to talk to one another and this game certainly helps.
Some of the questions really bring out the hilarity, such as "What's the hardest thing for you to do?" "What is the grossest thing you have ever done in public?" and "If you were invisible, where would you go?"
And in case you're wondering how the game works, one person reads the question, the rest of the players write their answers, and then everyone in the group has to guess who wrote what. Sometimes it's reversed where everyone has to guess how the reader would answer.
TIP: If your creative juices aren't flowing, write an answer that you just want to hear the reader say aloud! "I like the taste of..." and so on. Can get pretty funny, especially if you're playing with girls.
P.S. I also recommend Say Anything and Apples to Apples Junior - The Game of Crazy Comparisons!, which are equally great party games!
The board and the dice rolling are very arbitrary and can be less than fun. We typically don't use the board or the dice and the board and instead just keep a tally and play until we are ready to quit.
The first time I opened it, before we ever got around to pulling the board out, my sister's boyfriend and I started posing questions to each other and before we knew it, my mom and sister had joined it. We spent the next two hours going through the questions on their own and had SO MUCH FUN!
Then, a couple days later, I played it the "real way" with my best friend and his wife. It's a great game as it's meant to be played. My only complaint is that we knew all each other too well and with only two other players to choose from, it was a bit easy. I could imagine this being best for groups of four or more, particularly if you don't know everyone in your group that well.
I highly recommend this game for anyone who wants to have fun with friends and learn a few really interesting and funny things about them! Great game and great price!!
We played it with my two sons and one of their girl friends who was visiting over the holidays and the game really broke the ice. We learned new things about each other and had some good laughs. We were only going to play for 30 minutes but time passed so quickly, we completed a round without getting tired. Great fun for all! Highly recommended.