OBJECT OF MORAL CONFLICT: The object of Moral Conflict is to have the lowest amount of points at the end of the game.
NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 3 to 6 players
MATERIALS: 6 Paddle Boards, 6 Whiteboards with Erasers, and 100 Question Cards
TYPE OF GAME: Party Card Game
OVERVIEW OF MORAL CONFLICT
Are you morally good? This game is an outrageous game of most likely to! Each card has a most likely to question, and all players vote on who they think is most likely to! Test your moral conflict! Take turns reading cards and nominate other players.
To setup Moral Conflict, ensure all players have a paddle, whiteboard, and eraser. Shuffle the question cards and leave the pile facedown in the middle of the group. The game is ready to begin!
The youngest player in the group will read the first question card. After the card is read out loud, all players will write who they think the card applies to the most After every player has written their answer, they will reveal their answer to the group.
The player who has the most votes wins a point, and they are to mark that at the top of their paddle. If there is a tie between players, then nobody earns a point. After a player reaches ten points, the game comes to an end.
The players will then tally their points, indicating which player is the most morally good. The player with the lowest number of points is the winner!
END OF GAME
When a player earns ten points, the game comes to an end. Players will tally up their points, and the player with the lowest number of points is the most morally good person and the winner of the game!