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What is the purpose of the small button on the top of baseball caps? In Malarky, you don't need to know the answer, just make people think you do! Players make up answers to fascinating questions and present their bluffs aloud. Based on author David Feldman's best-selling Imponderables book series, Malarky takes the typical bluffing game to a whole new level of absurd fun!
Players: 3 - 6
Ages: 10 and up
Weight: 1,070 grams
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is a domestic item.
- 314 question cards (942 questions)
- 6 bluff cards
- 42 voting chips
- 6 concealing folders
- 1 score pad
- 1 die
Average Rating: 5 in 3 reviews
This game is sooooo awesome, it is fun to see what crazy explanations people come up with to these random questions. You can make yourself sound smart when you are bluffing, or make up an extremely funny answer to make everyone laugh. My personal favorite question is why is the red light on top of every stop light? My friend got a bluff card and he ended up making us cry because we were laughing so hard (no one believed him in the first place because he couldn't keep a straight face for his life). Either way, kids AND adults love this game. It's a great time for bonding with friends and family, and you will have some great memories and stories to share after, too!
This game is so much fun it is funny to see what people can come up with when they really don't know the answer. But also it is hard for the person that really has the right answer because they have to try to word it differently so it dosen't make it to obvious that they know the real answer. This was the funnist game I have played in a while and it got my whole family together. I recomended this game for any one who enjoys haveing a lot of fun with family and friends.
A question gets read. The answer to that question is put into a folder and shuffled in with other folders and passed out to each player. When you open your folder, you will either have the correct answer staring you in the face or a card kindly instructing you to bluff your way through this question. After thinking of answers to the question, players take turns giving their answers, whether real or bluffed, and score by getting votes from other players and for voting for the correct answer. The better that you can sound like you know what you're talking about, the more you can get people to vote for you. So get your bluffing sandals on and show how much you 'know.'