- Game in English
- Number of players: 2 - 99 players
- Duration: 15 - 60 min
- Suggested age: 18
The happens to everyone, and it can really happen in the room! In Shit Happens: 50 Shades of Shit, there are some really dirty things waiting for you on these maps. You will read them and classify them according to their level of dirt. Is wearing tight underwear BETTER or WORSE than watching a 4-hour training session on sexual harassment? Is it PIRE to have a giant lollipop in your neck? File the card, and if our misery index is right for you, you can keep it. Properly rank 10 cards and you win! For 2 or more players.
These super sexy cards can be played alone, but if you feel fit, they will make beautiful babies with all versions of Shit Happens.
The game includes:
200 unique cards not included in the original Shit Happens game.
It can be played as a standalone game or as an extension game.
The index of misery ranges from 1 to 100, from bad, to awful, to WTF!
Each situation was assessed and ranked by our team of psychiatric experts.
Easy to learn, hilarious to play!
We know our shit!
We asked a group of highly qualified professionals to carefully evaluate each situation sheet and rank them in our poverty index, which ranges from 1 to 100. The panel consisted of marriage counsellors, therapists, career counsellors and social workers, collectively representing more than 150 years of clinical experience in psychiatry.
How to play:
First, mix the game, distribute three cards and place them in the numerical order of their Misery Index. The remaining cards will serve as a pickaxe (aka your big pile of shit). Take a card from the top of the stack and try to guess where it is in the index. You don't need to guess the exact number of the index (which would be, for example, impossible). Just guess its place in the index. If you guess correctly, you win the card. Otherwise, she passes to the next player for him to guess. The first person to accumulate 10 cards wins!
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