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Low cunning and red wine triumph!,
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This review is from: Last Word - The Game (Toy)
Our Christmas games have ranged from the mindlessly excellent (Pass the Bomb) to the dreadful (Trivial Pursuit - Millennium edition), and this unquestionably fits in the former category. As a post-dinner cause of argument, shouting, cheating and invention of words (animal beginning with N - 'Nelephant') it is challenged only by classic games like cheat.
My own tactic of thinking of a few words, saying nothing and hanging on until I thought we were within a reasonable time of the buzzer going off was correctly denounced as excessively competitive and close to cheating. A mixture of cabernet sauvignon and low tactical cunning was sufficient to win!
On recommendation for the makers, everyone in my family now calls this 'The Shouting Game' which seems a much better and more accurate assessment of how it is played.
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Initial post: 23 Nov 2011 17:52:44 GMT
Is it good for a family from the ages of 9-40
In reply to an earlier post on 1 Nov 2012 12:54:54 GMT
Charles Brewer says:
Yes! And the addition of copious wine for the ovr18s will even up the odds for the younger participants
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