What are the top five reasons you need to play the game BuzzFeed Listicles? Well, if you're a BuzzFeed fan, that's probably reason number one. Choose a category, make a list of seven items that fit that category, and score points for your answers.
Categories includes Hot Dads, Things Your Rich Friend Had Growing Up, and Most Regrettable Fashion Trends. You only have 90 seconds to make your list, and when time is up, the scoring begins. Any answers that are the same get crossed out and don't score. But if you have a unique answer that nobody else has, you score one point. If you come up with a unique answer that starts with that round's bonus letter, you can score three points. Then it's time to roll the BuzzFeed die to see who gets an extra three points for the answer that's most Hot, WTF, Basic, Trashy, OMG, or Ew. Each player sets forth one of their scoring answers that they think most fits what's been rolled, and then all players vote on which answer is the best.
Gameplay resumes for a total of four rounds, and then the player with the most points wins.
This game has the potential to get really ridiculous as players come up with some outrageous answers to fit the equally outrageous categories. Depending on who you're playing with, things could even become a little inappropriate. The surprise of hearing everyone's answers is going to be the most fun part of the game, and the game will be different each time you play.
This game is for two to eight players ages 14 and up.
The game comes with 250 category cards, 15 bonus letter cards, eight answer pads, eight pencils, a BuzzFeed die, a 90-second timer, and instructions.
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