Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice Games, Family Games, Party GamesPick a side. Place your bets Flush toilet or stop sign, mayo or ketchup, Statue of Liberty or Eiffel Tower… reckon you know which came first? Then it’s time to put your money where your mouth is. The more you wager, the more you win and the faster you move around the track – but get it wrong and you’ll be heading backwards in a hurry. The first team to cross the Finish Line wins. The team with the Dealer Chip goes first. They choose to either bet one, two or all three of their chips on the ‘correct’ side of the board. When they’ve locked their bet in, move clockwise around the table until all teams has placed their chips. Teams can risk a side bet if they’re feeling really confident by placing one chip on the Year Circle. If they choose the right side, and guess the correct year, it counts as five extra points. Now flip over the card to reveal the answer. If a team was successful, they move their piece forward the same number of spaces that they bet (plus the side bet if they got it right). If a team bet on the wrong side, however, they move backwards the same amount. For extra strategy and venom, every team is given a secret Time Token. At the beginning of the game, these tokens are dotted facedown around the board. These can be used to give a team a little boost, but some of them are traps. How do you know which is which? You have to land on them to find out! Once all the teams have moved, gather your betting chips, draw a new card and go again.
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice Games, Family GamesThe Easy Cheesy Letter Game The speediest player wins the slice - Match the letters with the categories, then shout out an answer before anyone else. Create your very own pizza pyramid - The first player to collect nine cards and build their Giant Pizza Slice is the winner. It's catch up, not ketchup! - The more cards you collect, the harder the game gets — making each game a real nail-biter!
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice GamesThe Death-Dodging Party Game Ever wondered how you would escape if you were swallowed by a whale or buried alive in an airtight coffin… with only an angry beaver and a foot-long hot dog to help you? Well, we’ve got something special for you. A delightfully dark party game known as Bucket of Doom. The game begins with a single scenario card. These cards describe a wealth of troublesome scenarios, such as “You wake up and you’re the back-end of a human centipede” or “You’re a sperm and you’re not winning this race”. Upon reading out the scenario, you are all (unfortunately) placed into peril. Each player has eight object cards at their disposal. The challenging part, however, is that these objects tend be as useless as possible, such as a “Duck Whistle” or a “Valentine’s Card for someone called Ian”. Armed with your arsenal of impractical objects, you must devise a cunning plan to escape the scenario at hand. Since the round ends with a vote for the most impressive getaway, you’ll need to get creative if you hope to come out on top. The perfect preparation for unexpected emergencies, Bucket of Doom is a constant reminder that when the s**t hits the fan, you need a plan.
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice Games, Family GamesA Secret Missions Party Game In this party game, each player gets given six secret missions to pull off. First player to complete three, wins. This isn’t a sit-down-at-the-table sort of game – you play it alongside whatever else you’re doing. So whether you’re at home, on holiday or at a party, you’ll always be looking for sneaky ways to get them… before they get you. Ages: 14+ Players: 2 to 8 Time to play: 30 minutes to 3 days (or even months!)
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice Games, Party GamesBig Potato Games have been looking on the internet at some of the things you people have been searching for and it's pretty strange: "Has a monkey ever touched a blue whale?", "Did dinosaurs go to heaven?", "Is ham evil?" – the list goes on. In this game, you get the first half of a search, then you have to guess the rest. The more popular your answer, the more points you earn. Just think like a human and you'll be fine.
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice GamesBring home the entertainment again! Blockbuster is a movie game for anyone who has seen a movie. And like all the best films it comes in two parts: In the Movie Buzzer Battle, both teams are given a topic, such as “Movies with dogs”. You start the 15s timer, yell out a relevant movie then whack the buzzer to reset the time. The other team is now in the hot seat and has to do the same. Whoever runs out of time hands the advantage to the other team, who take control of the next round: Triple Charades Jeopardy. In Triple Charades Jeopardy, your team has to guess the movie, while you act it, use one word or quote from it. This is where the strategy and the venom in the game comes in. The winner of Round One gets the pick of the six movies, keeps the three easiest and passes the hardest three to the other team. They then tactically place their movie cards face down, one on Act It, one on One Word and one on Quote It. Collect as many Movie Cards in Round 2 as you can. Get your three movies correct and you can move onto the other team’s movies. The first team to finally collect a movie in all 8 genres, wins.
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice Games, Party GamesEveryone knows the secret word for the round except for the Chameleon. But who is the Chameleon? Each round, every player gets to say just one word to each other in order to prove their innocence and single out the imposter. Choose a word that’s too obvious and the Chameleon might catch on. Choose a word that’s too vague and people might start thinking that you’re the guilty one. Players will need to use all their cunning, team work and witch-hunting skills if they want to succeed. If you’re the Chameleon, however, the rules are much more simple. Don’t. Get. Caught.
Quickview Big Potato Games, Family Games, Party GamesWelcome to the ultimate showdown – your team versus their team in a fast and furious game of ridiculous challenges. Flip the timer, read our your challenge and race to complete it as fast as possible. Once you’re done, flip the timer back over and read out a new challenge to put the other team in the hot seat. First team to run out of time, loses! Split into two teams and tip the timer so there’s an equal amount of sand in each half. Then, shuffle the deck of Challenge Cards and place them on the table. To get the full experience, you’ll want to pick a referee for the round. They’ll be in charge of reading out the Challenge Cards and keeping an eye on the timer. Pick a player to enter the hot seat, read out a Challenge Card and flip the timer. There’s all sorts of challenges in there, from ‘Pick up a plant and hug it’ to ‘Run around the table twice’ – so you better be ready for anything. As soon as the player’s finished, flip the timer over and read out a Challenge for the next team. Keep going back and forth, changing the player in the hot seat every time your team faces a new challenge. The first team to finally bite the bullet and run out of sand, loses the round. Now they have to reset the timer for the next round – whilst the winners parade around like the heroes they are.
Quickview Board Games, Card & Dice Games, Escape Games, Family Games, Party GamesThe fifth instalment in the Unlock! Series. These are co-operative escape room style games which can be played with a deck of cards and a companion app. Unlock 5! Heroic Adventures features three new mysteries:
- Sherlock Holmes - The Scarlet Thread of Murder
- In Pursuit of the White Rabbit
- Insert Coin
Quickview Big Potato Games, Family Games, Party GamesKlask is a fun magnetic game where the players challenge each other in a battle that can get loud and exciting! Hailing originally from Denmark, Klask combines the best of table football and air hockey to create a highly competitive and thoroughly enjoyable table-top game. Players control their playing piece using the magnetic handle underneath the board and compete to hit the ball into their opponent's goal - quick reflexes and good control are essential the first player to reach 6 points is the winner. Points can also be won through your opponent's mistakes, such as gaining a point if they fall into their own goal and gaining a point if two or more of the magnetic obstacles stick to their playing piece. Simple to learn and lots of fun to play, Klask is ideal for friends and family play and has won numerous awards. Game time is relatively quick (approximately 10 minuets) and the play is fast and frantic. The board and frame are ready assembled and it is nice and robust. The game is supplied in a sturdy, branded cardboard box with a carry handle so it is very portable.
Quickview Board Games, Card & Dice Games, Escape Games, Family Games, Party GamesUnlock 3! Secret Adventures features three new 'escape room' scenarios that you can play on your tabletop. Unlock! is a cooperative card game inspired by escape rooms that uses a simple system which allows you to search scenes, combine objects, and solve riddles. Play Unlock! to embark on great adventures, while seated at a table using only cards and a free companion app that can provide clues, check codes, monitor time remaining, etc. The three scenarios in this 3rd set are:
- A Noside Story
- Tombstone Express
- The Adventurers of Oz
Quickview Big Potato Games, Card & Dice Games, Party GamesScrawl: The Drawing Party Game of Weird Doodles and Godawful Guesses Everyone has a weird mind. You. Your friends. Your friend's friends. The list goes on. Luckily, there are a wealth of party games that can help you channel that odd humour you crave so badly - and we've just added another one to the list. It's called Scrawl and it's a game about doodling your way to disaster. Unlike most party games, this is one where you'll create your own bizarre content. You just get a nudge in the right direction - in the form of snail jockeys, bum chins and foam parties. How do you play? Each player starts with a clipboard, a stack of whiteboard paper and a very questionable Scenario Card ('Freezing your own head', for example). Everyone then has to do their best at illustrating their scenario before passing it over to the player on their left. This player, having no idea what the original scenario was, clips another page over it and attempts to describe the picture underneath. The clipboards are then passed along once more, with the next player attempting to illustrate the new description in front of them. This continues until each of the clipboards have been returned to their original owners. Once the contents of the clipboards are displayed for all to see, players vote for their favourites in a run.
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