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sussed! | I DIDN'T KNOW THAT | hilarious personality quiz card game | score the most points by answering funny questions about what makes players happy, angry, sad, surprised, disgusted, afraid ... | age 8+ | 2 - 8 players/teams


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  • sussed!® is about sussing people out | In this series, players aim to score the most points by sussing out each other's emotions | Discover players' true feelings by answering funny questions about what makes them happy, angry, sad, surprised, disgusted and afraid amongst a whole range of different emotions
  • Lively table talk game | Laugh at how mistaken people can be about each other | Original, eye-opening, fast-moving | Easy to learn | Excellent ice-breaker | No general knowledge required
  • Brings out the unique personalities of children and adults | Stimulates healthy face-to-face conversation | Provides a continuous variety of topics to talk about | Helps to build strong, happy relationships | Reveals what makes others tick
  • Show who you are | Play at home, in the classroom or the office | Take to the restaurant or the pub | Ideal for travelling | Perfect as a gift | Great for team building | Check out the sussed! range of games
  • 50 question cards, 250 questions, 150 answer sheets, rules | Travel size | Recommended age 8+ | 2 - 8 players or 2 - 8 teams of 2 or more | General humour | Made in UK
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Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions13 x 2.2 x 9.3 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model numberSerial No. 4-1A
Number of Game Players2 - 8
  
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ASINB00J6X29R4
Best Sellers Rank 25,837 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight200 g
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Date First Available1 April 2014
  
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sussed!® is about sussing people out. In this series, players aim to score the most points by sussing out each other's emotions. Discover players' true feelings by answering funny questions about what makes them happy, angry, sad, surprised, disgusted and afraid amongst a whole range of different emotions. No general knowledge is required. Lively, eye-opening and fast-moving, sussed!® can be played with children, family, friends and strangers. Laugh out loud as players discover that they don't know each other or themselves as well as they think. Suitable for people who enjoy effortless conversation and general humour. Examples of sussed!® I DIDN'T KNOW THAT questions are "Which would give me most pleasure? A. Having the power to make someone vanish B. Having a film made of my life C. Buying things for myself"; "Who is most likely to make me angry? A. Someone who bosses me around B. Someone who blames me for something I didn't do C. Someone who calls me a horrible name"; "Which surprises me most about myself? A. My wit B. My wisdom C. My skill"; "Which disgusting thing do I do most often? A. Smell my clothes to see if they are too gross to re-wear B. Skip washing my hands after using the bathroom C. Eat food that has fallen on the floor"; "Which exciting event do I wish I could have witnessed most? A. The age of the dinosaurs B. The building of the pyramids C. The Renaissance era"; "Which is my most irrational fear? A. The lift cables breaking while I am in the lift B. Someone following me up the stairs C. The ceiling collapsing while I am in bed"

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KM #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 29 April 2014
I've been using these cards for a few weeks now with various groups of friends and family of varying ages.16 was the youngest.

Sussed! Series 4 for ages 8+ is a card game for 2-8 players/teams in which you 'Suss' out what people's personalities are really like. The box you receive contains -

- 50 question cards
- 200 questions
- 150 answer sheets
- Rules of play

This is predominantly a points scoring game and at the end the winner is the person with the most points.

The aim of the game -

Each of the 50 question cards is based around a personality trait. Here's some of the traits -

- Relief
- Shame
- Joy
- Excitement
- Hurt
- Pleasure
- Disappointment
- Embarrassment
- Despair
- Empathy

There's another 40

The aim of the game -

A reader (everybody takes a turn as a reader) takes a card and reads aloud a question on that card and the three possible answers. The reader chooses the answer that they think is most applicable to themselves. There are five questions/sets of three answers a b and c on each card.

The Sussers (everyone else) write down what answer they think the reader has chosen (or the answer that they think most applies to the reader). If you match the reader's answer, you score points. You can challenge the reader's answer and they may change their answer after the challenge upon second thoughts! Points are then amended accordingly, and so it carries on.

This is an interesting game. I say game but at times it feels like a psychological evaluation! It definitely gets the players talking in depth at times about the personality traits on the cards.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Madge #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 April 2014
I have tried other series of Sussed and decided to use the post Easter lunch void to try this latest version (Series 4) which is suitable for up to 8 people and those over 8 years of age (other versions have different age recommendations). In the box you get 50 question cards with 250 questions, 150 answer sheets and clear, but simple rules.

I have tried in the past to put my finger on why Sussed is such a hit with people - even with those that normally shy away from games. I think a lot has to do with the fact that Sussed plays to the side of human nature which makes even the most secure individuals wonder how others are seeing them - Sussed provides a mirror to see what others think! The aim of Sussed is to score the most points by "sussing out" other players' emotions. Players answer humorous questions about what makes them happy, angry, sad, surprised, disgusted, afraid etc.

The questions used in this game are brilliant and span virtually any topic you can think of people, history, culture, sport etc. However, the nature of the questions is such that it doesn't depend on your 70 year old aunt knowing about the latest celebrity - the questions mean that people have to think about the answers but not necessarily know detailed facts - the example question on the back of the box (so I am not giving anything away) is -

Which would give you most pleasure?
A. Having the power to make someone vanish?
B. Having a film made of my life?
C. Buying things for myself?

The rules and scoring system are very easy to understand and the cards are nicely presented. The focus is on game play rather than detail around scoring etc.
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By Eileen Shaw TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 Sep 2014
Sussed! (Series 4)

Sussed! Is a game to which we have become quite addicted. This fourth in the series has a more sophisticated edge, which we think makes it better. We have slightly adapted it so that younger players get a chance to consider their answers. There is no chance of us playing the game without our younger players when we have a gathering of everyone – a range of from ages seven to sixty-seven. Questions are set with a choice of answers. The question cards test attributes such as Affection, Shame, Politeness, Stress, Anger and Shame etc. and answer sheets are filled in with each person getting a chance in turn to ask the questions. For example:

Under the heading of Stress, there are questions like the following:

Which is most likely to stress me out?
A. Relationships
B. Pressure to perform
C. Unexpected events

Which job do I think is most stressful?
A. A Journalist.
B. A Police Officer
C. A Pilot.

You should answer honestly, though it is possible to skew the results if you don’t. Don’t be surprised if someone wants to hide behind the answers, though our results show that, dare I say it, it’s mostly teenagers who like to put up a front. Younger children are more honest.

It’s a fascinating game as your answers can be challenged if everyone thinks you are not telling the truth. There are optional ways to play the game. You can play without scoring, just reading the questions out and sussing people out for fun. Or you can play in teams which can confer, building upon what they know about each of the other teams’ members. There is also an Absent Friends option.
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