PARODY OF THE CLASSIC GAME: This edition of the Guess Who? game is a hilarious parody of the classic Guess Who? guessing game; this edition is for adults
ADULT THEMED CARDS: Guess your opponent's mystery person with wild (and sometimes awkward) adult-themed questions such as "Were you most likely to smell your own fart?"
GET CREATIVE WITH QUESTIONS: Includes 50 Small Talk cards. Some feature hilarious yes or no questions, others let you fill in the blank or create your own question
WIN FIVE ROUNDS: The player to win 5 rounds wins the game. You can also play in teams - after all, navigating a high school reunion is much easier with a friend
PERSONALIZE THE GAME: Amp up the fun and personalize gameplay by using photos of your own classmates and creating some of your own Small Talk questions
Suggested Age: 18 Years and Up
Type of Game: Party games
Playing Time: 15 Minutes
Includes: Game board, game pieces
Number of Players: 1-2 Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-3530
It's high school reunion time! The Guess Who? High School Reunion game is a laugh-out-loud game for adults that's great for parties, game night, and other get-togethers. This parody game is based on the classic Guess Who? game in which players try to guess each other's mystery person by asking opponents yes or no questions. Some Small Talk cards have pointed and outrageous questions such as "Were you most likely to own a fake ID?" or "Were you most likely to leave the prom with someone else's date?" Other cards let you fill in the blank or ask your own questions for an even more personal game experience. By process of elimination, each answer gets you closer to guessing your opponent's mystery person. The first player or team to win 5 rounds wins the game.
- Includes 2 plastic Yearbook gameboards, 48 Yearbook Photos, 24 Mystery Classmate cards, 50 Small Talk cards, 2 scorekeepers, card box, and instructions. - Ages Adult - For 2 or 4 players.
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It was a fun game to play with a bunch of adult friends but some of the questions were a little tacky. If you like that (and we generally do), this game is for you. Great to play during a dinner party with friends as a way to pass the evening. You need to play with people who you know and with mutual friends--it makes it easier to have shared connections. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I loved playing Guess Who when I was growing up. This game just takes it to an all new, funnier level. I love that there's an option to write your own cards/ questions. It's an awesome game to have for adult game or girls night! It's just like the game I remember, but all grown up. I'll be buying more than one to give as gifts for Christmas. We couldn't stop laughing! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Parody Guess Who: High School Reunion is one of my favorite games, now. My friends and I had a blast playing this game. The cards were adult focused and the questions, while somewhat embarrassing, it was fun to see everyone laugh, answer, and have a great time. I also liked the part where we could make up our own questions and I could also personalize it and make it more fun. Made for great game nights!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I have recently gotten to try this new board game and I loved it!! We had many hours of fun playing this game! Non stop laughing! The questions are hilarious. All of our friends had a blast with the questions. I think they are going to purchase this game for themselves. We all had a very good time. This game is easy to set up and play. I like that you can play with teams. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
So maybe I wasn't in the right state of mind. The primary way they want you to play basically is a way to suss out whatever stereotypes you have about people. It's also confusing since everyone would answer the question differently if only to not have you win the game...maybe that's the point? It feels like they're trying to get some sort of "cards against humanity" angle out of this game that just wasn't for me. Now I'm not giving it 1 star b/c you CAN still play this game the old school way based on how they have the people created. I also didn't give it more than2 stars because the construction feels really cheap. I still have my old Guess who that's probably 25+ years old at this point. The new version the pieces fall out easily and then don't "flip" over smoothly. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Who doesnt love this classic game? Hubby and myself have a weekly night where we play board games make dinner and watch a movie together. Both of us basically grew up with the first version of this game and we enjoyed it since then. Love this newer version, its just a classic game that will never die. Quality board and graphics, still the same concept, love it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Caveat: we are not known to be board gamers. We got this board game to try to spend more quality time at home with our 8 year old. After several nights of playing Guess Who our desirability for game boards have changed. We now look forward to Friday nights. I recommend this game to board gamers and those that think they are not board games. Second warning: you will really enjoy this game. It’s challenging enough for kids and fun for adults. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I am so glad there is a fun game catered to adults my age. It is tough to find a one size fits all game for grown ups. We all grew up not being so serious with parodies so it works. Interactive yet simplistic in nature and does not require too much thought which is good. A way to relax and break free from the day, tv, and even Internet to actually interact. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]