About this Product
Gotcha! is the party game that breaks all the rules. In Gotcha!, each player tries to follow the constantly changing rules, while at the same time trying to catch others breaking a rule.
Gotcha! is the party game that breaks all the rules. In Gotcha!, each player tries to follow the constantly changing rules, while at the same time trying to catch others breaking a rule. For example, a rule card may read, "People wearing jeans must use finger quotes while speaking." If any jeans-wearer speaks without using finger quotes, the first player to catch it and hit the buzzer scores! The rule cards have been designed so there are thousands of different possible rule combinations, offering great replayability and making each game different. The more rules that are played, the funnier the game gets – a perfect mix of laugh-out-loud fun and hectic mayhem. Catch your friends before they catch you! Gotcha! is for 3-6 players ages 14+.
Party Game Contents and Specifications
|Contents ||1 Gameboard, 8 pawns, 4 Orange Card Mats, 1 Gotcha! Buzzer and 110 Rule Cards (36 Group Rule top cards, 37 Group Rule bottom cards, 37 Individual Rule cards)
(Batteries not included) |
|Number of Players ||3-8 Players |
|Box Height ||10.5" |
|Box Width ||8" |
|Box Depth ||2.5" |
|Ages ||Ages 14 + |
LuvsBflo (Friday, 04 May 2012)
This game is insanity at its best. All players will have rules to follow...sometimes only the girls have to follow certain rules, sometimes only those wearing belts follow a rule or sometimes you are the only one. But the trick is trying to remember what rule is attached to which players and catch them breaking the rules ("Gotcha!").
It is hard to follow but that is why it is so funny. Watching the other players follow a rule that doesn't apply to them or try to remember all the rules they are supposed to follow...it's hysterical.
Some examples are only being able to whisper, always give a standing ovation when the player to your left takes their turn and starting every sentence with your last name. I've played this with as little as three people and as many as five and each time I've played, we've had a great time. I definitely think it's better with more people but it can still be fun with just three.