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I want a version with English cards and _well designed_ categories.
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German only. :-(
Michael Kiesling / Wolfgang Kramer game.
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Someone needs to publish a good English edition of this excellent German party game!

The idea behind the game is simple. Someone reads a category from one of the cards. It might be something like "Beatles songs" or "college majors." Everyone has a short amount of time to write down as many answers as they can, and also must secretly indicate how many of their answers they will read. Whoever bids lowest reads a number of answers equal to their bid, and scores that many points. Players continue to read their answers in the order of their bids, with the highest bid reading last. The tricky part is that no one is allowed to give an answer that a previous player has already given. So a higher bid will score more points (potentially), but it's hard to predict how many of your answers will be "used up" by the time your turn arrives.

The brilliant method of bidding and scoring is what really makes Haste Worte stand out. It's the game that Scattergories and Outburst want to be when they grow up.
2011-08-31
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Müllheim
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