INSTRUCTIONS Overview Everytime you play The Voting Game you’ll uncover who your friends really are. Winning is possible but not important. Banter and storytelling are encouraged. Player ID cards identify each player, voting cards are for placing votes and question cards are the questions you vote on. Setting up ASSIGN Give each player a colored number card. Place it in front of you. DEAL Give each player a white number card with every number except the one on their colored number card. Playing The Game QUESTION Draw a black question card and read it out loud, or come up with your own question. The player who most recently called their mother goes first. VOTE Use the white number cards to vote for the player who is the answer to the question. Everyone must vote, including the person who asked the question. REVEAL The player who asked the question collects the votes anonymously and reveals them to the group. GUESS For each vote received, players can guess one person who voted for them. If they guess correctly the truth is revealed. Left of questioning player guesses first. SCORE When a player receives at least half of the votes, they keep the black card. First to 6 black cards wins. Ties are decided by the dealer. REPEAT The next player asks a question. Alternate ways to win MAJORITY When a player receives at least half of the votes, each player that voted for them claims their vote and receives a point. First to 10 wins. JUST FOR FUN A version where the only point is to have a good time. House Rules DRINK When guessing who voted for you, correct guesses mean that they drink and incorrect guesses mean you drink. ORIGINALS Keep the black deck off to the side and only allow original questions. SHOTS When someone receives 100% of the vote (not counting their vote) they must take a shot. SELFIE Give players a voting card with their own number on it. You can vote for yourself. 9 players max. STRAIGHT UP Votes aren't anonymous. Count to 3 after everyone has decided who they will vote for and reveal them all at once. DRAW THREE Draw three black cards when it's your turn and pick your favorite. Return the remaining two to the bottom of the deck. Tips CIRCLE Sit in a circle and pass out the colored cards in order. 1,2,3,4 etc. PRESENTATION Get creative with how you reveal the votes. Half the fun is in your presentation.
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