You have a scenario, a delivery framework, and your wit. What's the best one-liner you can deal? Grab a group of friends and have a good time!
Click the Card Randomizer:
The card randomizer will display two cards per each click. One card will provide the scenario, the other will provide the delivery style. The displayed cards will be dealt at random and will be applicable to all players each round.
In roundtable format, one player at a time, each player will state a single sentence pertaining to the scenario and delivery style stipulated by the displayed cards.
All parties vote at the same time (just countdown 3, 2, 1). The player with the most votes wins a point. In the case of a tie, all players with the most votes win a point.
The player who accumulates 5 points first wins!
There are actual games in this issue. We've developed some original games with a little culture and a lot of fun. Grab the cousins or a group of friends and play together online (or in-person one day). Have fun!
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