F**K The Game

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Key Features:
  • Mind-bending psychological effects meets sweary party game
  • Yell profanities at your friends without consequence
  • Laugh at other players' hopeless mistakes
  • Reap the rewards of the brain-training side effects
More Info: F**K The Game
Yellow. Orange. P*ssy. Purple. Sh*t. Green...no wait...F**K!!

That's a short excerpt from a typical round of F**K The Game – the party card game that combines colours and swear words with good old-fashioned psychological mind-f*ckery.

Here's how to play:
Players take turns to flip over a card and yell out what they see. Depending on the nature of the card, you might have to say the background colour, the text colour or a swear word. You keep turning cards over and shouting until someone f*cks up and picks up the pile. The winner is the first player to get rid of all their cards.

It sounds relatively straightforward, but the cards employ a psychological phenomenon known as the 'Stroop effect'. In short, it massively messes with your head and slows down your brain's responses. No matter how quick-witted you think you are, this game will catch you out.

There are three extended instructions cards so once you’ve mastered the basics you can take the game to the next level by introducing a whole host of new rules – you can even create your own.
Product Details:
Please Note:
  • Suitable for ages 18+
Product Features:
  • Enjoy the mind-torturing effects of the Stroop Effect
  • Hilariously social game, you get to swear at your friends without offending them
  • Glorious brain-training side effects
  • Laugh at other players' continuous mistakes
  • Includes 60 Playing Cards + 3 Instructional Cards
  • Backed by hundreds of f**kers on Kickstarter
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 6cm(W) x 9cm(H) x 2.5cm(D)
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Absolutly brilliant! Laughed until my cheeks hurt - so did the rest of the players...takes a few tries to get used to say to each card type and then look out - endless fun, laughter and swearing (or not) I played with my husband and two children aged 16 & 17yrs
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