Luck of the Draw
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Think you're the next Picasso? Can’t draw a stick figure to save your life? No matter the answer, you will have a blast playing this off-the-wall party game where you don't have to be the best artist to win. Pick a card and scramble to scribble a mini masterpiece in 45 seconds. Then, vote on whose drawing best fits one of over 100 creative categories. Will your picture be the squiggliest? The ugliest? The most likely to hang on a refrigerator? Win the most votes and you've got the Luck of the Draw!
I have now tested this game with several different groups of friends, and several times it's almost killed me! You'd be shocked what a group of 30-somethings might draw for the topic "Humpty Dumpty". Really, I think this is a great deal more fun than other competitive drawing games and gives you MUCH more leeway to be creative and have a good time. A perfect party game.
My family loves this game - even though rated for ages 10 and up, my eight year old has no problem playing (we skip subjects like "DNA"). There really is no artistic skill needed - even plays better when a few of us aren't very good. We've played with as little as four people and modified it to as many as ten - every time has been so much fun and sometimes makes you laugh until you cry!!
Hysterical - I picked it up with a few other games for my daughter's slumber party. There were 3 groups of girls playing three different games and we needed an extra player for this one. Under strong coercion, we made my son play. He tried to sabotage the game by ignoring the subject cards and drawing the same thing (I think it was the cat's butt) over and over - after winning several rounds in categories like "most dangerous", "best use of white space", and "looks like a mess the cat made" he realized resistance was useless. Several of the girls played long into the night.
We played with a more adult group and it was great fun too. Younger kids can play and have fun as well, but many of the categories (e.g. "don't quit your day job", "best example of minimalism") will probably go over their heads
One note: Luck of The Draw is a messy game, especially with a large number of players as there get to be drawings, chips, voting wheels and other components everywhere. It plays really well though and couldn't be easier to learn.