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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 October 2019
Best word to describe this is "meh". It's fine, a somewhat enjoyable pastime in-between frankly better, more vibrant and exciting games. My issue is this notion of 'how well you know your friends' and 'mind reading'.

It's mostly chance and hesitation as opposed to tracking and remembering your associates' behavioural patterns. You play a number card, then wait two minutes until someone musters the courage to play hopefully a close card next. Success or fail, it's basically a gamble with some laughs.

The lid of the box is also pretty loose, meaning the cards inside become dislodged too easily and often fall out. Poor manufacturing.

Would pass on this, it's nothing amazing.
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