TL;DR Review Never Have I Ever party card game

Never Have I Ever party game TLDR game review

Heads up those of you who feel party game “Cards Against Humanity” is feeling a little stale. Looking for something to embarrass friends – or yourself – with? “Never Have I Ever: The Card Game of Poor Life Decisions” could be just what you’re looking for. The only thing you need to know is, whereas CAH is non personal scenarios in its main mechanic Never Have I Ever is all about the people playing.

So here’s the upshot, players are dealt 10 cards each, each with “Never Have I Ever ‘done something embarrassing'” on them. First player admitting to ten wins. Basically the more debauched your life, the better your chance of winning.

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This is not a family game, it’s an adult party game and it can be a lot of fun, with the right group of people. If you like having a beer and laughing at / with your friends you’ll no doubt enjoy “Never Have I Ever: The Card Game of Poor Life Decisions”. Not really the type of game this reviewer would play more times than needed for this review (that was 6 times if you wondered), but can see a certain type of gamer will love it. Probably worth a try for the party game fans.

  • Players: 4-12
  • Ages: 17+
  • Setup Time: 1 minutes
  • Play Time: 25-30 minutes