We tried out this game with 4 people (2 guys, 2 girls). The object of the game is to answer questions and move tokens from one side of the board to the other. The guys have their own questions and the girls have theirs. There are also wild card slots where teams could potentially get a big leap ahead, and teams can kidnap the other team's token if they land on the same spot. There are 3 questions on each card. A team moves one space for each correctly answered question. The questions are very much like a trivia game, with pop culture and celebrity questions scattered in as well. Many of them really weren't all that gender specific.
The strongest positive of this game is that it works well for groups and can be played in teams. That makes it a fun game for parties and family gatherings.
It was a lot of fun, but we thought it was plenty long and it took us a long time to get one token moved across the board. With 4 people, we were supposed to use 2 of them, but we did a speed round and decided just getting the one across the board was long enough. We also decided not to worry about taking hostages from the other team by kidnapping a token. We were having enough fun and enough of a challenge just getting our tokens moved.
I think if we had more people playing, it would be easier to answer some of the questions. We liked the ones that had multiple choice because we could at least guess at an answer.
We had to keep reminding ourselves of whether the girls should grab a question from the girls pile or the guys pile when it came time to read one to the guys team. Finally, we just took the stack off the middle of the board and set it by our team so we didn't grab the wrong ones.
We found the Wild cards to be a little on the wild side. The game says it is for 12 years and older, but I didn't think the questions were appropriate for a 12 year old. I'd suggest it for at least 16 and up, if not older. Call me a prude, but questions about how whether you have ever called your spouse and told him about a sexy dream just doesn't fit with the age group of this game. Definitely a couples game. We decided just to skip the wild card spots since we were playing with my teen in the group.
All in all, it's a fun game to have on the shelf, but it's only appropriate for certain crowds.
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