An acting and guessing pop culture party game. Cards Against Humanity meets Taboo. From the Manufacturer THE CRUDE POP CULTURE PARTY GAME You know what's sucky about regular charades? Maybe it's the clues, the bored looks, the silence, all while your pals wonder, "Why are we friends with Mark again?" Well, no more sad sackness for you, Mark. Because now, there is God Hates Charades, the acting and guessing party game that plays in thirty minutes and is so full of pop culture and awfulness that it makes Lucifer himself blush. Imagine Cards Against Humanity and Taboo met in a bar and had a baby. Then you would be close to the awesomeness that is God Hates Charades. 40,000 Epic Scenes Imagine you and your friends acting like "Jabba The Hutt blowing Neil Armstrong for a piece of the moon," "Stephen Hawking telling a child their dream is stupid," or maybe "Kermit The Frog taking a shit in the litter box." Whatever the scene, we promise you'll be laughing so hard your face will melt off like those Nazi jerks in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Support for 3-15 of your friends The game can be played any place that has people; like church, a funeral, or somewhere more depressing like your childhood bedroom. Awesome Artwork Lose yourself in our beautifully demented artwork from award-winning Illustrator Damien Weighill. Our supportive community From mass groups at conventions eagerly playing, to card ideas from our players, people love our game. It makes your friends funny Never sit through another boring dinner party. Instead, laugh as everyone you know transforms into comedians. About the Startup Describe your product in 3 words. Best Party Ever How did you come up with the idea for this product? We wanted to play a board game that is like an old-school couch multiplayer video game. All of your friends in a tight little space, probably drinking, being loud and having fun. A good game isn't about winning, it's about having fun. What makes your product special? It's incredible when you get to see your friends' amazing interpretations and impressions of our crazy scenes. Everybody knows the pop culture references, but when they fall from your friends' mouths it's really something amazing. What has been the best part of your startup experience? We've loved watching people really connect with one another and have fun.
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