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Find out why the New York Times calls this "the perfect party game."

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Find out why the New York Times calls Monikers "the perfect party game." The rules are pretty simple: get your team to guess as many weird, sometimes inappropriate names as they can in one minute.

Each round has different rules about how to give clues. In Round One, you can pretty much do whatever you want. Just don't say the name itself! In Round Two, you can only say one word. This sounds hard, but remember—the same cards are used in each round, so you've seen them all before. And don't worry, you can always pass if you don't know how to do it. In Round Three, you can't say anything at all. The game ends with a huge crash of silly charades. And once you've finished, you and your friends have all probably made up a bunch of hilarious jokes together.

Monikers is a dumb party game that respects your intelligence. Ages 17 and up. Games last 30-60 minutes.


Alex Hague, Justin Vickers


CMYK Games


7 x 4.25 x 2.5 Inches

Number of Pieces

440 Cards

Number of Players

4 - 16+

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