Ages 7+ 2-8 players 15 Mins to Play

A card game for people who are bad at charades.

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The Details
On a Scale of One to T-Rex is a family-friendly party game for people who are bad at charades. Players must perform ridiculous actions like "Be a T-Rex" or "Scratch an Itch You Can't Reach" on a scale of 1 to 10. The twist is that the quality of your action doesn't matter. You earn points by guessing and matching the intensity each player is performing their action.
  • There are no turns in this fast-paced game, so in the midst of all the roaring, meowing and yodeling, you must find someone on the same intensity level as you to earn points.
  • From the creators of Exploding Kittens and Wolfgang Warsch (The Mind, Wavelength).
  • Illustrations from the creator of The Oatmeal.
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Reviewed by Jessica S.
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Not for us

we've had many other exploding kittens games and loved them, this one just isn't for us. might be better for a larger group of more extroverted people, but we found it to be a bewildering experience.

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a game for people who
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How it works

You're given an action to perform.
Everyone else is given actions, too.
Everyone is given an intensity card, which tells them how intensely to perform their action on a scale of one to ten. You keep your intensity card a secret.
You all perform your actions at the same time at the intensity level you were given.
The goal is to figure out which players are performing on the same level as you. If you compare intensity cards and they match, you get points.
Basically, it's a game where the quality of your performance doesn't matther. Only the intensity.