|Product Dimensions||6.86 x 16 x 16 cm; 500 Grams|
|Manufacturer recommended age||14 years and up|
|Item model number||1112|
|Number of Game Players||2 - 12|
|Material Type(s)||Cardboard, Plastic|
|Material Composition||98% card, 2% plastic|
Priorities: The Hilarious New Party Game of Absurd Choices That Gets Everyone Laughing – Party Games for Adults and Teenagers- Card Games.
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|Age range (description)||Adult|
|Number of players||2 - 12|
About this item
- The hilarious game of absurd choices: Priorities is a crazy new party game that will have you questioning your own and your friends’ priorities. How well do they really know you?
- What’s more important to you: your new sneakers, climate change, or being right? What do you love more: kittens, your new girlfriend, or a long hug? Rank everyday items in your order of priorities and see how many the other players can guess correctly.
- Priorities is a contemporary co-operative game where your group work together to learn as much about each other as possible. Be careful though! The player choosing their priorities may not hint at their chosen order – it will be up to the others to get that right.
- Takes 2 minutes to learn and plays in 30 minutes. No lengthy rules manuals, no fiddly bits – just jump straight in and enjoy! Perfect for 2 or more players and even better with a big group. Ages 14+, ideal for a party, after dinner, or on holiday.
- Clarendon Games is a London-based independent publisher of lively and light-hearted board and card games that bring people together and make them laugh. All of our games are easily transported and beautifully packaged, so are perfect as gifts or to display at home.
What's in the box?
A Hilarious Party Game that Gets Everyone Laughing
- 30 minutes to play
- 2 minutes to learn
- No fiddly bits
- Ages 14+
A cooperative party game of absurd choices and extreme truths
Priorities is the party game of absurd choices.
What’s more important to you: your new sneakers, climate change, or your Smart Phone? What do you love more: Alexa, your new girlfriend, or a long hug? Rank everyday items in your order of priority.
Can your friends predict what your priorities are?
A party game of absurd choices and extreme honesty
The target player draws five opinion-splitting, everyday item cards and ranks them from love to loathe.
Working as a group, the other player tries to guess the target player's order.
Compare the two lists! It's everyone versus the game. Win points when items are in the same rank.
What's it all about?
What do you care about more: friendship, world peace, or yourself? What's more offensive: scented candles, Spotify adverts, or reclining your seat back on an aeroplane? Rank everyday items in your order of priority. How well can your friends predict what your priorities are?
How to play
- Shuffle the deck of cards thoroughly and place them face up to one side.
- Nominate a target player who’ll take the white board and pen.
- Deal five cards from the top of the deck. Lay them out for everyone to read.
- Without touching the cards or giving any hints, the target player must secretly rank the cards in order of personal preference from 1 to 5. They’ll write their answers on the whiteboard, before placing it face down. The target player should be as honest as possible!
- The other players must now arrange the cards in the order they think the target player has ranked them. The target player can’t speak or help!
- Once a consensus has been reached, the target player flips their whiteboard. Compare how the items match up.
- Every correctly ranked card is won by the players (a card is correctly ranked if it matches up with its rank on the white board).
- Every incorrectly ranked card is won by the game.
- Flip these two groups of cards and keep them separately.
- The aim of the game? Spell out PRIORITIES using the letters on the back of the cards before the game does!
A Party Game of Extreme Honesty and Absurd Choices
How well can you predict your friends' loves and loathes?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 November 2020