DISTURBED FRIENDS



OBJECT OF DISTURBED FRIENDS: The object of Disturbed Friends is to be the first player to collect 10 winning cards.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 4 to 10 players

MATERIALS: 250 Question Cards, 100 Winning Cards, 10 Sets of Answer Cards, and Rules

TYPE OF GAME: Party Card Game

AUDIENCE: 21+


OVERVIEW OF DISTURBED FRIENDS

Disturbed Friends is a party game designed to see how disturbed your friends are, or better yet, how disturbed they think you are. With each question card, you will be faced with horrible situations, unethical debates, and sexual scenarios that will quickly put you in the most awkward position!

Each player will guess which ridiculous answer you will choose. Which is worse? This game may have you re-evaluating your friendships when you see what they think about you. Many expansion packs are available to allow for extended game play, a larger variety of questions, and a larger playing group!

SETUP

To setup Disturbed Friends, separate the cards into the Answer Cards, Question Cards, and Winning Cards. The Question Cards will then be shuffled and placed face down in the middle of the group. Place the Winning Cards in a stack easily accessible to all players. Each player will be given 3 Answer Cards, A, B, and C. The game is ready to begin!

GAMEPLAY

The first player will draw a Question Card from the deck, making them the Judge. They will then read this question out loud for all players to answer. Each player will submit an answer that they think the Judge will choose by laying down an answer card in front of them.

Once all the players have submitted their answer, the Judge will reveal what their answer actually is. Each player that guessed correctly gets a Winning Card. Other players that guessed incorrectly do not receive any points.

This gameplay continues around the group until a player has collected 10 Winning Cards. This player is then declared the winner and the game comes to an end!

END OF GAME

The game ends when a player has earned 10 Winning Cards. This player is the winner!

Nakoa Davis