My friend had a birthday party as month and pulled out this totally awesome and fun game: Clueless Party Game: Ugh As If! Edition.
As Clueless is an adaption of Emma and a Jane Austen item you know I had to review it.
So in the game you pick out a Jeep and are given a report card. Your goal for the game is to be like Cher and turn her less than stellar grades into all As!
You don’t have any specific order to “negotiate” your classes but can start anywhere on the board.
You have six mini games that need to be completed.
Game 1: Fashion/Mis-Match (All Play)
In fashion, the player deals out Mis-Match cards with each card featuring six items that might be found in Cher’s closet (and were in the movie). Everyone plays and has to find two that match to get their A. If the person who’s turn it is finds them first, they get the A. If someone who’s turn it isn’t spots it first then no one gets the A.
This game is pretty easy and fun, you just need to be “quick eyed.”
Game 2: Friends/Life or Death (One Person Plays)
For friends, one player draws a Life or Death card, which offers two “would I rather” options and has to figure out which one the player’s who’s turn it is would pick.
This one was a lot of fun and easy if you know your friends.
Game 3: School/Debate Class (Two Play)
In debate class you pull out a card which has a prompt on it. You then pick one of the other players to be your opponent and flip the Clueless coin to see if you are for or against. You two then have to debate, with the other player going first and the player who’s turn it is going second. All remaining players vote on who they think debated better. If it is your turn and you win you get the A, if the other person wins no one gets the A.
This game was hard as you actually had to debate. Also if you have an even number of judges you may find yourself having to break the tie again and again. This was the most difficult part of the game and I had to do it so many times. It was exhausting.
Game 4: Driving/Driver’s Test (One Play)
This one asked real CA driving questions that you had to answer correctly to get an A.
This wasn’t too difficult if you have your license, but if you haven’t had to take the test in a while you might struggle on this one.
Game 5: Social/Party Questions (All Play)
For this one you pull a party card and read it aloud. All have to share a story and you vote on who has the best one. If it is the current player, they get the A. If another person has a better story then no one gets an A.
This one was a lot of fun as well, and we all always answered and learned even more about each other.
Game 6: Giving Back/Can I Donate This? (All Play)
For this game one player is the host and reads the card. The card will have three items and the other players have to try and figure out what their connection is. They can only guess items and the host will say yes or no if they match it. The first person to name three things in a row with the right connection win. If it is the current player they get the A, if not the current player no A.
Example: “I’m donating a crate, date, and plate” Connection: ends in ate. People will guess“blender“, no. Eventually someone will figure it out and guess words like “fate, late, rate” and win the game .
This one was interesting and I did really well at it; although a couple of times I guessed right but the connection I thought they had was wrong.
This game was a ton of fun and so cute. Each card had little quotes from the film on it as well. Perfect for fans of Clueless, Emma, and Jane Austen.
For more games, go to Marrying Mr. Darcy Card Game Undead Expansion Pack Review
For more board games, go to Pride and Prejudice: The Game
For more Jane Austen products review, go to Jane Austen Witty and Wise Coloring Book
For more Emma, go to The Emma Project