ADULT TWIST ON THE CLASSIC BOARD GAME: Do you remember playing The Game of Life game? The Game of Life: Quarter Life Crisis board game is a hilarious adult twist on the classic gameplay
START WITH SOUL-CRUSHING DEBT: This adult party edition of The Game of Life game starts you off with crippling debt. Be the first to collect 500K to pay it off to win
GROWN UP ADVENTURES AND CONSEQUENCES: This adult party board game just might remind you of the real world! Choose your path for stress, struggle, and existential despair
INCLUDES HILARIOUS CARDS: What twists and turns will you encounter as you pick from the Job, House, and Action cards? You might lose your job, your spouse, or even worse…Wi-Fi
ADULT PARTY GAME: The Game of Life Quarter Life Crisis adult board game can be a huge hit at your next party. Get ready for laugh-out-loud gameplay with wacky (all-too familiar) and often embarrassing scenarios
Suggested Age: 12 Years and Up
Material: Plastic, paper
Playing Time: 15 minutes or more
Includes: Game board, game pieces
Number of Players: 2-4 Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-1578
In The Game of Life: Quarter Life Crisis board game you move around the board earning - and losing - money as you race to be the first to pay off your $500K soul-crushing debt. What milestones might you encounter in this hilarious adult parody edition of The Game of Life game? You'll pay the consequences of some pretty outrageous situations such as finding a photo of Grandpa's toe fungus, dropping your phone in the toilet, or calling in sick to binge-watch. You might even get a new job, get a divorce, or get a botched tattoo! Who will be the first player to find for relief from their crippling debt to win the game? Get ready to laugh out loud when you break out The Game of Life: Quarter Life Crisis adult board game at parties and large and small get-togethers with friends.
Includes gameboard, spinner and base, 100 cards, 4 cars, money pack, 4 savings tokens, 24 pegs, and instructions. Ages Adult For 2-4 players.
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We enjoy the other versions of life and love this new twist. This is a good game to play if you are limited on time, can go very quickly. I was surprised they used the old style of spinner since it never did work very well in the original. Would have preferred electronic or even dice. Not sure I like the dare options, but my college age daughter enjoys them.
Very fun to play, I would say even better playing with friends instead of family. It took longer after one out of the 4 players won, to see any progress. It seems that 4 players is the optimal number. But if you're looking for a quick game this is it.
Bought this for my college student daughter for Christmas. We actually played it while she was home during the holidays and had a blast. I thought for sure she'd want to leave it at my house, but she actually took it back to her dorm to play with her roommates, who also enjoyed it. I was very pleasantly surprised. We used to play the original on family game nights when she was younger, so we both really enjoyed the updated content for today (social media, cell phones, selfies, dating apps, etc., all while living in your parents' basement). It was really fun and perfect for young adults (we actually skipped a few questions as mother and daughter).
I love the original Game of Life, so I thought I would like this new take on it. It is a much shorter game, I wasn't a fan of the dare-style action cards, and I think it will not be fun to play over and over like the original. The spinner is annoying too.
This game is hilarious and fun for the whole “adult” family. Being at the quarter-life point myself, this game is even more funny. It is a highly exaggerated take on the struggles of debt, housing, and jobs 20+ year olds face. I love everything about the game except two things: it is really short and the spinner doesn’t have a clear pointer. Overall, I’d reccomend the game for a funny night with family or friends!