At the core of this game lies a fast paced word game that will help children develop many useful skills including improving their spelling and vocabulary and the ability to think quickly under pressure. The rules of the game are simple. Each player selects 20 lettered tiles and must be the first person to spell 5 different words (a 2 letter, 3 letter, 4 letter, 5 letter and 6 letter word) within a five minute time frame. The first player to do this will score points for tiles left unused by his/her opponents. The first player to score 100 points wins the game. To make the game a little easier for new spellers, simply remove or extend the timer or omit the 5 and 6 letter word requirement.
This is an outrageous party game where the object is to ultimately reveal what you really have or have not done. This game will keep players on their toes (and in their cups) as they land on the various drinking activities across the board. A player may have to take drinks, give drinks, dance, sing, spin in a circle, etc. The player who gets to the finish first wins the game (but win or lose, it's about the journey). The game comes with game board, rules, dice, eight playing pieces and 100 I've Never ... ? questions, including 10 blank Make Up Your Own questions. It takes maybe an hour or two to play. BYOB. “The 'I’ve Never Game' offers adults something that is lacking in so many games today,” Jay Vohra of Ini LLC told TDmonthly. “Adults need to have fun and laugh again … In addition, the I've Never Game was played on the hit TV Shows ‘The Family Guy,’ ‘LOST’ and ‘The Bachelor’.”