Number of Players: 3-8
Age Group: 18+
Time to Play: Varies
Take turns drawing cards that have simple tasks to complete, but become increasingly difficult the higher the player is, such as "Correctly guess what time it is!" or "Call a family member!" Suddenly Stoned creates interesting conversations and delightful situations that will have you and your squishy-brained friends rolling around the floor in laughter.
If you're looking for a fun and engaging card game to play with your friends, look no further than Suddenly Stoned! This game is the perfect combination of skill, luck, and social interaction.
One of the things I love about this game is how easy it is to learn. The rules are simple and straightforward, so even if you've never played before, you can jump right in and start having fun.
But what really makes this game shine is the social interaction it fosters. It's the perfect way to spend an evening with friends. The game encourages lively conversation and friendly competition, making it a great icebreaker or chill activity.
In summary, I can't recommend Suddenly Stoned enough. It's easy, fun, and fosters social interaction in a way that few other games can.
What is a game? Does it require winners and losers? Or can they just be fun? Maybe, like art, it's subjective to the viewer. A game to me might not be a game to you. That's just how words work sometimes. If aliens come down to earth we won't have any words in common to talk to them, but I bet they'll have some sweet games we can play. I bet aliens would be good at basketball. That'd make a good movie. And if the universe is all just a bunch of numbers and math, then why is there a formula for life? Maybe it's because the universe wants to look at itself. It's curious about what it is, so it made life to probe itself and to fight against the natural entropy it has. Cause we're all part of the same universe; the same conscience. Maybe we're all the same person and everything we do to another human being or animal or plant we're really just doing to ourselves that happens to be living in a different vessel. So the universe is leading us towards loving one another because that's the most pleasurable experience. And all our experiences are shared to the collective lifestream of the universe. Or something. But this game is fun. And it's not about winning, because we're all winning when we're having fun.