- Hilarious party game for people who want to spend more time laughing with their family and friends
- Guaranteed giggles as your friend ‘becomes’ a clumsy beaver hula hooping
- Helps nurture and boost creativity in adults and children
- Simple rules, inclusive game play and great replayability with more than a million combinations possible
- Family-friendly card game for 4-50 players age 8+
If you want to spend more quality time laughing with your family and friends, then Randomise is the answer.
A mash-up of classic games like Charades, Articulate and Pictionary, with a huge dollop of randomness on top, this family-friendly party game can be enjoyed by all ages, young and old. Teams compete to act, draw or describe their random identities – which might sound easy but can be quite challenging, not to mention hilarious, as your friend tries to draw a confused octopus eating spaghetti, or your grandma tries to act out a disguised giraffe playing air guitar!
The rules are simple, but with more than a million identity combinations possible, every game is different, so you can enjoy playing Randomise again and again. Because players can choose whether they want to act, describe or draw each turn, the game is really inclusive (so even grumpy uncle Barry who hates acting might be inclined to join in!).
Unlike many chunky board games, all the fun of Randomise is captured in just 110 cards, which fit into a compact box the size of two standard decks of playing cards. This means you can easily pop it in your bag, wherever you’re going, and unleash the laughter more often!
Whatever the occasion, whether a family gathering, dinner party, kids party, hen party, long train journey or just a Friday night at home with friends, whipping out Randomise is guaranteed to lift the mood, get the whole group laughing within minutes and generate hilarious new memories for all involved.
And of course, with its striking, colourful illustrations this game will look great in your games collection and will make an awesome gift – after all, what could be better to give, than the gift of laughter?