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  • Fun, quick, easy, personality based conversation game
  • 50 cards, 250 questions, 750 answers
  • A huge variety of questions based on how people see you!
  • All players are constantly involved
  • Suitable for 8+ | 2-8 players | travel size | made in EU

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Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions13 x 9.4 x 2.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
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Best Sellers Rank 90,091 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
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Date First Available28 Feb. 2015
  
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sussed!® FIRST IMPRESSIONS - Have fun finding out things you didn't know about your friends and family | Talk about things you've never talked about before | It's easy | One player reads aloud a question and three possible answers about themselves, and the other players try to suss out how they've answered | You'll laugh at how mistaken you can be | All you need is something to write with and ... well, that's it | The questions in this pack are based on the way players see you | Check out the complete sussed! range of games


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There seem to be several different series of this game with this one focusing on how other people see you as well as how you think other people see you. The premise is actually reasonably simple but difficult to explain which is why we had read the instructions SEVERAL times. You have a set of 5 questions with 3 possible answers on each card and each person reads theirs out loud. The other people then choose an answer of what they think. Some reviewers have already given some examples and I will give some of the most noticeable ones which stuck out in my mind.

E.g.
Question:- which film role do you think would suit me best?
Answer A:- the world leader
Answer B:- double agent
Answer C:- curious neighbour

Questions like this seem light hearted and yes silly.

However questions like this have a big potential to upset people and get people in trouble:
Question:- which secret are you most likely to keep from me?
Answer A:- you don't like my best friend
Answer B:- you don't like my home
Answer C:- you don't like my hair

When I played with some close friends of mine we all saw that many of the questions were too negative and some very personal. We all agreed that we could see the game being more fun if we selected a character from a mutually liked film/programme like Star Wars and used this as a basis for our characters. However we unanimously agreed that although the game had potential, the questions should have remained on the lighter side.

If you or your friends are the sort of people who take things to heart or read too much into things, this game is not for you. You need to play this with people who can take criticism. Personally we didn't like it though.
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This is the second game that I have played in the Sussed series and like Vices and Virtues this version is so much fun. This game is particularly good in larger groups- we played as a 6 and this was perfect. The questions in this edition cover quirks, moods and habits etc. With questions such as if I was given a plane what would you expect me to do with it? a) Sell it b) Hire it out c) Use it for me, my family and friends. Another example is if three things were happening at once which do you think I would sort out first? a) baby crying b) phone ringing c) tap running.

In the box you get 50 question cards (total of 250 questions), a score pad, answer cards as well as clear well written instructions.

Each player has a question card and an answer sheet and players take turns being the reader or susser. The reader writes down their answer to how they see themselves. If they believe the sussers will see them in the same way and pick the same answer they can circle it for extra points if this is correct. However you can only circle one of the 5 questions that you read aloud for your turn so need to pick the one you are surest of. The sussers write down their answers to how they see you - if the susser thinks that the other sussers will pick the same answer as they have done they can circle the answer for extra points but can only do this once per reader. Each reader reads all 5 questions from their card. Scores are then added to determine a winner. There is a handy table in the instruction illustrating how to score the game. The game is played differently than the Vices and Virtues version but is equally as much fun.

Overall this game is so much fun and ensures much hilarity as you answer the questions and consider both how you are viewed and are viewed by others which can be quite fascinating and there is often much debate! Highly recommend.

*Received from supplier to review this has not influenced my opinion.
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I was sent a free set of this game in return for an honest review, and approached it with a completely open mind because I'd never heard of it before. I've been a fan of board and card games since my grandma taught me patience, Scrabble, snakes and ladders etc, and I play a lot of this type of game now with my husband and ten year old daughter, especially when we're on holiday in our camper van, when we pass a lot of evenings playing cards.

First impressions: I liked the packaging and it looked fun on the outside. My daughter was eager to try it from the look of it.

So far we've played it in three different scenarios: (1) husband, daughter and me (2) Grandma, Grandpa, daughter and me (3) with grown-up friends and daughter at a dinner party.

Our unanimous verdict: the questions are inventive, funny and thought-provoking - we often laughed as soon as a question was read - but the rules are overly complicated, unintuitive and not the best way to play the game. According to the rules, you're rewarded for seeing someone as others see them, not as they see themselves. So if all the other players agree on an aspect of another player, they score points, even if the player they are speaking about says they're wrong. The answers are not all subjective: when asked which type of cake I'd prefer from a choice of three, everyone else guessed carrot cake. I cannot bear carrot cake - carrot and cake simply to not mix! But they scored, I didn't.

We therefore made up our own rules, as following the existing rules was spoiling the game: you get points if you guess the reader's answer right. Much more logical and more fun, and less likely to end in an argument.
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