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Smart Ass Board Game
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- The ultimate trivia game
- No waiting your turn - shout out the answer when you think you know it
- Fast-paced, multiple player game play
- Includes over 500 questions and unique jumbo dice
- Quick moving, fun party game!
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Have you ever played a game and been bursting to shout out the answer, even when its not your turn? Here's your chance! Each question has 10 clues, The first player to shout out the correct answer wins the round and takes a step closer to being the ultimate 'Smart Ass'.
Have you ever played a game and been bursting to yell out the answer even when it's not your turn? Here's your chance! Each question has ten clues. The first player to yell out the correct answer wins the round and takes a step closer to being the ultimate "Smart Ass."See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
The difference with this game is that there is no need to fumble around with pages of instructions and rules, or variations of rules - all they have to provide you with is one slip of paper and you're away.
It's basically a trivia game - all the family can play, and there is the all-important element of 'all play'- having more than one person looking for the same answer. And it really is good fun for everyone.
The only drawback i can see is that some of the questions, especially the 'Who am I' questions are much more suited to an American audience - some questions even adults won't be able to get. However, spending an hour or so replacing them with easier ones made up by yourself could solve this issue and produce a better game experience.
Overall, a high-rated game that's great fun and original.
This was fantastic fun for our family (all 18+) but some of the questions I found hard because the people questions were more for an older generation or had an American link.
Still this game is fun and I would definaitely play it again.
I'd say ten is the lower age limit - the good thing is that as no one is asked a direct question there isn't the embarrassment factor as with some games. We took turns being the "question Reader" and that ensured all got in on the fun too. We loved it and have played it a lot since. If you have an outgoing family or friendship group that likes quizzes then you can't miss with this one.
The Frog and the Scorpion
the three categories of questions are things places and people - and my kids refused to play places and people after only a couple of games - as they involve questions , for example , about obsucure 1920 american filmstars, golfers from the 1950 and places that have changed names several times since the game was made -
the only way the kids could compete was if the adults landed on squares that made them miss a go, or the adults all got the question wrong so the kids got the points, we very soon started to cheat outrageously to give the kids a chance but even this didnt help matters much, even if it did make the game much more enjoyable
I dont think I've ever sent a game back before - but this one I did - Its not a family game at all
I have the horrible idea that some people might buy this in order to get their kids to learn "lots of useful facts in a fun way" - hmmmmmm
personally I'd keep the reciept.
I played this game with friends and family (kids aging from 11 upwards) and we all had a lot of fun. Obviously the younger members of the family were less able to answer SOME of the questions, they did better in the "what I am?" category.
Very straight forward game. Categories, "where am i?" "what am i?" "who am i?" where you are given around 8 hints (the last of them being initials) guess correctly, move around the board. 2 dice, one coloured (to select category) and one numbered (to move around the board).
The quality is really not good. The cards are ultra-thin and not well laminated. A drop or two of spilled water on a stack of cards could spell disaster. The board markers are made of tall thin cardboard figures which can be slotted into tiny plastic coloured bases. Students sometimes pound the pieces as they count the numbers of spaces they are moving forward on the gameboard, so the markers are really vulnerable to being bent or broken in half by overzealous players. Unfortunately, you need the markers so that you can lay them on their sides when players lose their turn by guessing incorrectly or landing on the "Dumbass" spaces on the gameboard. My suggestion: buy a laminator and laminate the paper cut-outs so that they can't bend and keep the cards dry.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fab game! Great for all ages and good when you want a short game to play. Fun and not tedious but good for bringing people together. Rules not too difficult. Read morePublished 5 months ago by debs 1967
Smart A$$ itself is a very basic roll & move though in order to roll & move you have to answer a question correct first... Read morePublished 5 months ago by The Gadgeteer
Great product, great price and quick delivery, couldn't ask for more.Published 6 months ago by john parker
Item as described, brand new sealed. Great game. Arrived quickly. Would recommend seller and use again. Many thanksPublished 14 months ago by Ms. D. Proud