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Reverse Charades: Girls Night In

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Ages Play Time Players
6+ 30 minutes 6 or more

Designer(s): Bryce Porter, Scott Porter

Manufacturer(s): Gryphon Games

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Product Description

Staying In is the new "going out". Strut your stuff for unforgettable fun an your next big soiree with women-themed words sure to add some outrageously fun sugar and spice to your already epic night with your favorite gals.

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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.8 in 5 reviews

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by Ken
Irritated reaction to other review
April 17, 2014

For those who might NOT consider buying this game because a reviewer said this was regular old Charades and nothing new, that reviewer obviously missed something--fun. Yes, in many ways one could say it's normal Charades. It's a timer, a bunch of cards and a box. There's nothing you couldn't come up with yourself. Fact is, they didn't come up with it for, well, the last 150 years or so. This takes Charades, a completely dead game, flips it on its head and turns it into a ragingly funny game. I have not played this with any group that hasn't found it amazingly entertaining. I use it with family, middle school students, high school students, and my own younger (4-10) children. It's a necessary game for every collection.

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.
by DC Diva
Same old charades games - nothing new here
October 23, 2013

I purchased Reverse Charades and took it to a party last weekend. After reading some of the reviews, I had much higher expectations for the game. The game is fine, but there's not much to it. It's simply basic charades repackaged - nothing more. The group was ready to be done after 10 minutes. Maybe it was the group we played with, but nobody thought it was fun. The words were too "trendy" - we didn't even know the meaning of some of them.

For the price I paid, it seems way too high for a deck of cards and a timer. The packaging is nice, but I don't think it's worth the money paid. You're better off making your own words.

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.
by Greg J. Schloesser
A new twist on Charades
August 12, 2013

Design by: Scott & Bryce Porter
Published by: RetroPlay / Gryphon Games
6+ Players, 30 minutes
Review: Greg J. Schloesser

NOTE: This review was first published on the Opinionated Gamers website

Charades has been around for practically forever. It has been played as a parlor game and inserted as an element into dozens of other games. The rules are basically simple: one person silently acts out a word or phrase and his teammates attempt to correctly guess the word or phrase in the allotted time. The game usually results in considerable laughter and lots of fun.

It is a wonder no one has thought of Reverse Charades before this. The concept is easy: instead of one player acting and his teammates guessing, here everyone acts and only one person guesses. It is a simple twist that truly elevates the fun. While it is fun acting, the best part is watching a group of folks attempt to spontaneously coordinate their acting in order to get the teammate to guess the word or phrase. This usually results in uproarious hilarity.

Designed by Scott and Bryce Porter and published by RetroPlay and Gryphon Games, Reverse Charades consists solely of a one-minute timer and a box of two-sided cards, with each card containing a word or short phrase. Players are divided into teams, with players on a team alternating performing and guessing the words. As in traditional Charades, players may not utter words, but they may use props. The object is to guess as many words as possible within the one minute time frame, with one point being scored for each correctly identified word. The first team to score a predetermined amount of points is victorious. Alternatively, the game can be played over a set number of rounds.

Reverse Charades certainly delivers buckets-full of amusement and laughter. There is a race to perform and identify as many words as possible within the short one-minute time frame. Since there is no consultation or planning allowed amongst the performers, it is hilarious to see how each person chooses to pantomime the word or phrase. It is also amazing how often people think alike and quickly act as a unified team, pantomiming Heimlich maneuvers, water skiing, pillow fights, etc. Most words or phrases are fairly easy, which keeps the proceedings moving along at a frenzied pace. Occasionally, however, a word is so difficult that no matter how hard a team tries, the word cannot be identified. This can be frustrating and cause a team to fall hopelessly behind. A reasonable house rule would be to allow a team to pass on a word after a certain amount of time – say ten seconds or so.

That little concern aside, what we have in Reverse Charades is an excellent party game suitable for just about any age. The game works great and is terrific fun to play. Break it out at any get-together or party and you are guaranteed to inject a major dose of fun, laughter and excitement. It is everything a party game should be.

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.

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