OBJECTIVE OF ALL IN: The objective of All In is to be the last player with a chip left in play.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2 to 4 Players

MATERIALS: 200 Question Cards, 90 Chips, 6 Exclusion Cards, 1 Gameboard, 2 Answer Chips, and Directions

TYPE OF GAME: Playing Card Game

AUDIENCE: Ages 8 and Up


How well do your friends know you? Now is the time to figure that out! Take turns answering questions, then let your friends determine if you are lying. If they are correct, they keep their chips, but if they are wrong, then the chips are lost. The last player with chips win the game!


Each player will choose a color and gather the chips that are in those colors. Each player takes one of the red Exclusion Cards. The gameboard is placed in the center of the playing area, within reach of all players. Place all of the cards in a face down deck including the two answer chips.


The naughtiest player begins the game. The players will decide amongst themselves which one of you that is. They will then take a card from the center and the answer chips. The player will chose a question from the three that are on the card and read it to the group. Some questions are inappropriate, but it is up to the player to choose what types of questions that they want to ask.

The reader will then use the answer chips to answer the question truthfully for themselves. All players will then place their chips on the Truth or False side of the board, depending on how they think the reader answered the question. Players may split their chips if they are indecisive on if the reader answered truthfully.

Once all of the chips are placed on the gameboard, the reader will state how they actually answered the question. All of the chips that are placed on the correct side of the board are collected by the players who placed them. All of the chips on the incorrect side are now discarded.

Readers are able to play exclusion cards on certain players during their readings. This excludes that player from participating in the guessing. This is done if the reader thinks that the player can easily answer the question. Gameplay continues clockwise around the board, with each player taking turns becoming the reader.


The game comes to an end when a team reaches the final spot on the gameboard. This team becomes the winner!

Nakoa Davis