Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for this review. Not even a free t-shirt. The T-Shirt Game is copyright Buffalo Games and Tactic. Images used for reference and commentary.
In The T-Shirt Game, you play as witty T-Shirt designers.
The game uses the same mechanics as Apples to Apples or Cards Against Humanity. One player reveals a T-Shirt design and the other players must submit their best slogan card. The winner for the round is chosen and the game continues.
Where the game differs is the points system. The winner of the round picks a “Hot or Not” card, which tells them how their shirt was received by the public, the celebrity that was caught wearing/endorsing it, and how many points it is worth. There is also the “BOOYAH!” card. This allow you to steal points from other players.
The T-Shirt Game isn’t as funny (or crude) as some of the other games that follow this format. It will not ensue laugh out loud funny times, but it is mildly enjoyable. The points system is excellent.
Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for this review. I just like Disney. Hit me up. Family Feud is copyright Imagination, Disney and Pixar. Images used for reference and commentary.
For fans of Disney comes a board game that brings the Family Feud TV show into your home, Mickey in hand.
Each card has a question that has been surveyed to 100 people. One player acts as host, while two teams – of one player or more – must try to give the answer that matches the survey. The more surveyed people that have given the answer, the more points it is worth.
This – is – not – a – trivia – game. There is no “right” answer. What you think is logical will not be what popped into other people’s heads. Get off your high horse and try to think like the masses.
I thought this game was called Family Feud because it pits two “families” against each other. Nope! It is because someone is going to flip their wits when their answer isn’t one of the top survey answers.
This is a very fun game to play…with the right people. You want to play with people who go “Whaaaaaaaaat?
” when they don’t get the right answer, but not with people who will threaten to flip the table. For this reason, Disney Family Feud is not only accessible to play with casual Disney fans, but preferable to playing with hard-core know-it-all busy-bodies.
Do not ask me, “Who did they survey? What is the age range? What is the gender ratio?” I – do – not – know! Leave me be!
Due to the limited number of cards, there is a cap on how much you can play this game before you know all the answers. If you survive that long. Enjoy the game for what it is and then pass it on for someone else to destroy or enjoy.