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WRATH is a stand-alone sequel to God Hates Charades priced at just TEN bucks. It supports 3-5 players.
This is a perfect jumping on point for newbies and an excellent injection of new scenes for existing players.
God Hates Charades is an acting and guessing party game, where you take actors (fictional characters and iconic people) and scenario (absurd situations) and act them out while your dumb friends guess.
You can talk, shout, pantomime the crucifixion, do anything you want except say the words on the cards.
It's Taboo and Charades mixed together.
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Each turn, draw two Actors and two Scenarios, picking one of each to act out. You can talk. You just can't say any of the words on the cards.
Then your friend acts out the scene. Like this one.
Or maybe this one..
Still confused? Watch our animated How 2 Play video. Be a God Hates Charades expert in 46 seconds.
Back in 2014, we had an idea for a board game with the simple goal of entertaining the masses with genitalia and pop culture jokes.
Since then we brought God Hates Charades to life through the help of Kickstarter. We've been around the country, playing the game with our fans at gaming conventions. We've even independently sold enough copies of the game that we aren't embarrassed to tell our moms what we do anymore.
So, that's the good news. The bad news. We haven't released new content for the game in over a year. So that's why we are back with God Hates Charades: WRATH.
We've partnered with selected distribution partners in Europe, Canada, and the United States, who will manage the customs, importing, VAT, and fulfillment duties. This helps keep our shipping prices as low as possible, and it ensures fast, on time deliveries. If you are located in a zone without friendly shipping, then it is possible that your reward will be subject to taxes, customs or other charges.
Risks and challenges
So far we've written all the jokes, designed the box, prepared the rules, quoted the manufacturing, spent several years learning how to make games, and consumed 35 tubs of UTZ Cheese Balls.
So what's left? We just need to figure out how many people want to see God Hates Charades: Wrath become a reality. Your money will help us afford the production cost so we can get the game made and delivered to your door.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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