Who Would Win
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What It Is
In Who Would Win, players settle debates, such as who would win a hot dog-eating contest: Donald Trump or Albert Einstein? Who Would Win is a party game of improbable celebrity match-ups. Choose an opponent and each of you draws a card from the Character card deck for everyone to see. Turn an Event card face up into the center of the playing area. The first player gets 20 seconds to make a case for why his character would win the event. Then the opponent gets 20 seconds to make his case. The first player may make a brief five-second rebuttal. And then the other players must decide which player made the best argument. The player who gets the most votes wins the Event card. Be the first player to collect five Event cards to win.
Who Would Win comes with 100 Character cards, 100 Event cards, and a 20-second timer. The game is for three or more players.
Why It’s Fun
Who Would Win is a funny and silly game that is great for parties and can be taken on the go. Each time you play is different because you never know which two celebrities will be matched up for an event.
Who It’s For
Who Would Win is for ages 12 and up.
What to Be Aware of
The debates in this game are not meant to be serious. The game works best when players make their arguments fun and the other players laugh.