SEATTLE — Kheper Games has relaunched its Fail! party game, where players submit the worse answers possible from their hands of awful answer cards.
The game spoofs classics such as Apples to Apples, Mad Libs, and Trivial Pursuit and is appropriate for teenagers and adults, the company says. A samples category card is “That’s him! The guy in the…” Players then submit cards, such as “Half-price cardigan sweaters,” “Mold Spores,” and “Honey Badgers.” The person asking the question selects the worst answer and that player scores point.
“We are very excited to see that our new packaging and content improvements is resulting in our sales more than tripling for this item,” Kheper Games CEO Brian Pellham said. “This game is a lot of fun and works for any type of party where people want to get together, laugh, relax, and have a good time. We are seeing a big spike in sales as well as people shop now for Father’s Day and for graduations.”
Fail! is available at most Barnes & Noble stores and gift and game stores.
Kheper Games also recently announced the release of new pot-themed games, set to launch at the upcoming ANME.
The new games are “Wacky Tobacky Comparisons,” “THC, The Game,” and “Lords of Cannabis,” and will be featured in an independent movie, entitled, “Dude, Where’s My Ferret?”
For more details on Fail! by Kheper Games, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.