Ami Baio's debut card game is "You Think You Know Me," a "game to deepen the relationships around us."
Baio's game includes 500 cards that challenge you to accurately guess "the likes, dislikes, beliefs, and experiences of each player," a game that's been successfully tested on first dates and at big parties. It's like a Cards Against Humanity variation that's not actually against humanity.
$30 gets you a game, and Baio has Print & Play fulfilling games to her backers, making this a lock.
Each player is dealt a hand of seven cards, and play starts with the person whose birthday is closest.
Players take turns choosing a card from their hand, and picking any other player to read it to, guessing how they would answer. If they guessed correctly, they discard the card. If they were wrong, they discard and draw a new card.
The first player to lose all their cards — and know everyone they're playing with best — wins the game!
You Think You Know Me: A Conversational Card Game
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