In the grand tradition of presidential debates comes a social card game straight from the eagle’s beak of American democracy.
The Contender isn’t just a card game where you best your opponents in a presidential style debate, it’s a game that brings you the best one-liners ever uttered during the presidential debates of our great nation. From FDR to JFK to the immortal words of Sarah Palin, these are the personal jabs, forced compliments and glorious gaffes that make every four years the most blunderful moments in American politics.
by John Teasdale, Justin Robert Young, and Guts and Glory
The Contender: The game of Presidential Debate
Don't Tell Alex
The perfect party game for bachelor, bachelorette, and birthday bar crawls.
At each bar, one of your party dons the role of Alex, the blushing bachelor(ette). The rest of the group has a sheet of photo challenges worth points, but Alex isn't allowed to know about the game.
First to 100, wins. Winner chooses the next bar
and the next bachelor(ette).
by John Teasdale
Who Does Nobody Like?
by John Teasdale and Justin Robert Young
Who does nobody like? is a game for friends who trust each other 100%. If your friendship can survive this, it can survive anything.
We drew inspiration from pop culture, famous people, our friends, and ourselves to come up with a set of over 100 questions that you and your friends can use to discover the exact thing that makes each of you a jerk.
Stranger Danger is a card game for daring people in public places. Challenge your friends to approach a person in the crowd and discover what strangers will do to help you win.
The box contains the perfect set of questions and challenges for making new friends in bars, parks, cafes, festivals, concerts, or wherever you go to be around people.
by John Teasdale and Albert Kong
I Red, White, and Blue Myself
by John Teasdale and Anna Lotko
A USA themed team challenge game that runs in the background during big parties. Players join the Red, White, or Blue team and challenge players on other teams to All-American activities.
by John Teasdale
The king is dead, under suspicious circumstances. Two factions compete in this real-time social deduction game to raise their supported heir to power.
Trouble is, no one is sure where anyone's true allegiance lies.
This game is still being tested. Let me know what you think.