Truth or Drink Games
You’ve laughed, cried, and cringed hard watching Cut’s viral game of brutal honesty and hard liquor.
Now you, your friends, your family, and strangers alike can turn private lives into public fun with a copy of our play-at-home game!
The base game in the white box comes with:
- 432 intensely personal questions across 4 different levels of intimacy
- 55 ‘With a Twist’ cards that add a zesty squirt of strategic gameplay
- All in a handsome box!
What Up Fam comes with:
- 200+ MORE questions for anyone who’ve known each other a long time
Sin comes with:
- 200+ MORE questions categorized thematically by the Seven Deadly Sins
We ordered the full game along with all the add ons. The price was a little steep, however it is entertainment. My husband and I played through all of the cards, and found that we already knew the answers to the questions, so asking some the questions, seemed silly...
The game has creative merit, and I'm sure we will be playing with more people in time, and the game will be a lot different with more players and of course more alcohol.
I guess the hard part of game production is hitting the target of all of your audience. This is done well with the recorded game which is watched online, for the specific questions are created for the specific guests. This is what I am sure a lot of people buying the game expects. I know that it is impossible to create a specific deck for specific topics/people. Unless you make a deck with mini situations.... IE in laws ..... co workers..... best friends... etc.
A lot of the questions seem to be geared towards Millennials that didn't know each other. We have not yet played with a large group of people however, the family version looks to be a holiday game full of laughs and lots of shots!
Maybe a new add on deck should written by some middle aged older folks that have been around the block a time or two.
We noticed when trying to shuffle the cards right out of the packaging it is very hard to do. When mixing the decks, we noticed they are slightly different in size which also made it hard to shuffle.
It was a fun game, but I feel like it can't be played more than once in the same group of people. It's not a game a group of people can play over and over. BUT with new people it'd be a fun game to get to know eachother.