Who’s Got Game? by Neil Strauss

Product Features

  • The perfect game for any party or social gathering!
  • An amazing follow up to the international New York Times bestselling books The Game and The Rules of the Game, featuring never before seen material and routines from seven-time New York Times bestselling author, Neil Strauss.
  • Each round the leader picks up a script card, reads it aloud, and transforms into the most interesting person in the room.
  • Script cards can also be brought to cafes, malls, and bars, and used to meet new people.
  • Ten different types of script cards, including revealing personality tests, fun physical challenges, social intelligence questions, secret persuasion missions, handwriting analysis & palm-reading games, partner-based conspiracies, and more!

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3 comments for “Who’s Got Game? by Neil Strauss

  1. noahe
    November 5, 2012 at 2:45 PM

    Fun Game! And I’m not a gamer I am a 26 year old guy, and I’m not normally into card games, but this game was a lot of fun! And it was a good activity for a date! A friend of mine told me that he played this game at a party and everyone was having a great time, so I decided to buy it for myself. I brought out this game on a double date, it was my 2nd date with the girl, and my friend had been with his girlfriend for a few years. The game broke the ice really quickly as we had to try and pass pieces of paper with our mouths, and I had to lie on my back with my knees in the air while my date tried to balance on them (the superman). It gave us the chance to show whether we were funny or creative. And it helped me learn more about the girl in a much more fun way than a normal date. Even though my friend had been in his relationship for a while, this game sort of changed the dynamic of their normal interactions and spiced things up a bit.Highly recommend this game for a new type of date, or just as another way to have fun!

  2. Jonathan Brand
    November 5, 2012 at 8:53 PM

    Highly recommended for social gatherings! For starters, this game was recommended to me from a friend who is a big Neil Strauss advocate. I actually never read any of Neil’s books before and neither did most of the people I played with but that didn’t matter. The rules are very easy to understand and we were able to get started pretty quickly.The jist – a player picks up a script card (the player who picks up the script card is “The Leader” for that script card) and reads the card to all the players. The card tells you what to do next… Pretty simple. “The Leader” changes after each script card… Again, simple.Overall, I’m saying hands down this is one of the best games I have ever played. It really does build attraction between you and your partner and it really is just so much fun (I can’t say that enough). I can also honestly say that this is way more fun than Apples to Apples, Loaded Questions, and Cranium.After we were done playing (according to the score card) we kept reading different cards out loud which says something about the quality of the content in the cards.Highly recommended!

  3. John "gCaptain"
    November 5, 2012 at 9:14 PM

    Practice Practice Practice They say that the way to Carnegie hall is to Practice Practice Practice and that’s just what one needs to do to learn game. But you can only learn so much by reading the books. Right? Learning is best when lessons are shared with friends and while your having fun… which is why this game is simply brilliant.

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