LOS ANGELES — Kheper Games has announced its release of two new adult party games, “Ladies Night Personal Questions” and “I Never Have… But I Will!”
According to the company, both games recently started shipping and should be hitting stores this week.
“Ladies Night Personal Questions” includes 552 personal questions for women to ask each other at their bride-to-be, home party, birthday or other female-only events, for example, “If your pet could talk, what would it ask you to stop doing so often?” and “What happened the last time you accidentally peed a little?”
Whoever is taking the turn, rolls the 8-sided die and asks the corresponding question from a game card for the number rolled. Two other players volunteer their answers and the group then votes and awards the card as a point to the teller of their favorite story. Game play continues until someone wins with five cards awarded.
“I Never Have… But I Will!” includes 600 outrageous dares that take the popular I Never Have concept and turns it into a hilarious evening of adult themed dares, which can be played for points or as a drinking game. The dares include “Licked off someone else’s lipstick” and “Let others treat my bare ass crack like a hot dog bun.”
The game is simple, with players rolling a die to select a number off of a game card and then announces the “I Never Have” statement. Any player who has done the action, then either takes a drink or stands up, with the first player to say “But I Will!” acting out the dare and if he or she does a good job following through, the card is earned as a point. Points can be used to win the game or if played as a drinking game, equal three drink assignments.
“Creative content is key,” explains Kheper Games CEO Brian Pellham. “We have experienced strong success with our games by offering unique content in each of our party games. We don’t duplicate dares or questions, and that keeps people entertained. Also, when you offer 552-600 questions or dares in a game, it allows as well for dozens, if not hundreds, of nights of gameplay. With MSRPs nears the $10 mark for these games, that is a great value to the end consumer.”
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