Loud About (2014)

CSE Games

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3 - 8




15 min

Loud About is a fast-paced party game of “action memory” that will make you and your friends do and say wild and hilarious things. It’s ideal for both family parties and late-night shenanigans. Players must select actions and words to be loud about. The goal is to quickly ACT OUT and SHOUT OUT those actions and words faster than your opponents. Loud About is a new twist on the classic kid’s game Menagerie from the UK. In each round of Loud About, a Topic Card is drawn, for example “Dance Moves”. Everyone at the table then chooses a dance move and an action based on that dance move. The key is to remember everyone else’s dance move and action. On their turn, each player flips a card from the top of the deck, if the symbol matches with someone else card, a Face-Off occurs. In the Face-Off, the player who calls out and acts out the “dance move” of their opponent first, wins the card as a victory point. The player to collect the most victory cards wins the round. The Buzz on Loud About “Your next favorite bar activity or party favor.” – Ryan Smith (Red Eye Chicago Tribune) “Like Anomia, a cafe favorite, but uses memory and personalization to make it unique! Something I would definitely recommend to customers.” – Christen Traviss (Snakes & Lattes) “If Snorta and Time’s Up had a secret love child, it might be this game.” – Stephen Conway (The Spiel) The Story of Loud About from Designer Jeff Lai “When I was a teenager, I was at a family party where we made up a game just like this. We spent the whole night yelling out rap lyrics and body parts, laughing until we cried. I love family party games and when I looked at other party games in the market, they lacked a universal accessibility and re-playability. Loud About solves that, while also adding an extra ounce of silliness. It has been receiving an incredible response from hundreds of game-testers, whether strangers or friends playing at a party, at a family get-together, or at a local pub. The game is now ready and people are loving it.”