You know those $30 board games you play that are really wicked and really fun? Yeah, we made our own version, and it’s in book form; and it’s available for $5.99 on the first edition. The second edition promises to cost more; but this one is really fun, superbly clever, and wicked as all-get-out.
It’s the culmination of over a year’s work and we’re really proud of it.
The book is available here on Amazon.
There are rules of course, and play pieces you can cut out from the back page. But all that’s purely secondary to the replayability of it all.
With an average of 30-questions to finish the game, and over 800 questions in the book, the replay value promises to be around 28-plays.
Compare that with Cards Against Humanity which costs $26, and has a replay value of about two times. This game is around 21-cents a play, versus $13. I mean, you’re coming out ahead right out of the gate, but don’t take it from me! Read more Glossy News Has Published Our First Book! Never Have I Ever: the Game in Book Form
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Although we just had a lot of commentary today, most of our stuff is straightforward satire. Here are a few links for you to save, if you enjoy our work. Every share helps! Read more Some Useful Links for Fans of Our Satire
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Here’s a selection of the great satire stories coming over the next few days:
rfreed with a VERY nasty satire on some even nastier NRA conspirators!
Let’s get crypto crazy, baby! Read more What’s Coming Next on Glossy News?
Dateline: MONTREAL—Comedians gathered around an enormous round table at the World Comedy Festival to try to answer once and for all the perennial question of whether satire is supposed to be serious or funny.
According to the comedian Lawrence Flappapuss, satire is mainly about making people laugh. “Satirists make fun of things, so satire’s got to be funny,” he said. “Satire should be as funny as physical comedy. That’s why I combine the two in my act.”
Read more Comedians Debate the Nature of Satire