Product Type: Paul Lamond board games
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Member Name: Nik-Nac
Paul Lamond Games Dirty Minds: The Game of Naughty Clues
Advantages: Fun game. Lots of giggles.
Disadvantages: No replayability.
'I come in all weathers'
'I put things into your box'
'My sacks are big and heavy'
What am I?
If you guessed the correct answer of 'The postman' then this game is for you, if your mind went to altogether more rude places then this is also the game for you.
As you may have guessed Dirty Minds is an adult game, for 2-4 players, where players are given up to three clues - all of which are heavily sexual innuendos. They have to think about what the right answer might be (none of the correct answers are remotely sexual) If you guess on the first clue you get to pick three cards from the dirty mess, if you guess on the second clue you get two cards, and if you guess on the last clue you get one card. The aim of the game is to get the correct cards to spell out the word Dirty. If you guess wrongly however you have to put a card back into the dirty mess (basically all the cards messed into a pile) You start with 2 random cards.
The rules are pretty simple, it's pretty easy to get the gist of the game even if you have never played it before.
So far I have only played this game with my partner. Being a bit of a mild prude, I found it to be quite funny rather than distasteful and would happily play it with friends. My partner and I have spent many hours giggling over some of the descriptions, and many more infuriatingly stating 'It can only be a penis/dildo/labia/etc!! You're clearly cheating!'
There are four books full of clues. My worry is that, after we've gone through all the descriptions, this game has absolutely no replayability value. I guess though for under £10 you can't really complain. The box however is deceptively large. There isn't much substance to the actual contents of the game, and the contents are obviously not quality, but that's not really what you're paying for.
If you're very easily embarrassed I'd perhaps give this one a miss, otherwise it's a fun little game and is sure to get some laughs. It would make a really good party game for prizes, particularly at an Ann Summers party or something like that. It could even be used for drinking games.
Summary: I'd recommend this product. It's an enjoyable, risqué party game.
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