Who's in the Bag
- The game that tests your skill at verbal charades
- Help your team mates identify as many famous people as possible in a race against the clock
- Turns your friends into shining stars one minute, total cretins the next…hilarious fun!
- Includes a timer and blanks to create your own special characters
- For 4 or more players
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“The game is a cross between ‘Give us a Clue’and a night with Rory Bremner…a riot” – Michael Parkinson. “Turns your friends into shining stars one minute, total cretins the next…hilarious fun” – Rory Bremner. Who's in the Bag is an incredibly popular game that test your skills at verbal charades. The object of the game is for each team, in turn to identify as many famous characters on the cards as possible in a race against the clock. Everything you need is in the bag including a timer and blanks to create your own special characters. If the team guess the identity of the character correctly they keep the card and draw another from the bag. You can act, sing, impersonate, mime or describe the personality –just don’t mention the name! If you do the go is forfeited and the bag passes to the next team. Once the bag is empty the team with the most cards wins. This game is for 4 or more players and suitable for ages 8 and up.
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Top Customer Reviews
Sounds very basic but it fantastic fun and creates a great atmosphere in any party. It also sounds easy but it can be very difficult especially when you get stuck on an obscure person to describe. The instructions give a variety of ways to play the game but the best way to play is to get stuck in and play the basic game first as outlined in the first paragraph.
This game makes the time fly and although it does have quite a long life it can become boring if you play it constantly round after round.
The only addition needed by the manufacturers is to create more cards...
Enjoy the battle!
It is like the name game bit and the end of the TV quiz show of 'They think it's all over' but without Rory McGrath and Nick Hancock. It is pitched at children and adults with a variety of different people so you may or may not know what this person does but it is fun to try and infer the name without saying it. It is less contraversial than Monopoly and causes less arguments than Scrabble and certainly makes the time fly, as well as allowing you and your loved ones some time to relax and have a laugh and forget what you had been stressing about all day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great after dinner fun game which has no board and hasn't any long tedious rules to learn. So good when everyone wants a casual bit of fun.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Brilliant have had this game for many years hilarious sure to cause arguments noise and pleasure. When played girls against boys the girls always win we appear to have the knack of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mrs B A Williams