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Matt Smith
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This game sounds great. Is there any chance of an English language version?
 
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in fact it IS great. At least that is my opinion. And for me it is more a party game than codenames. But thats a subjective view.
Don't get me wrong, i like codenames, but it isn't a "party" game where i laugh all the time. With crazy wordz we had a whole lot more "laughs" during many plays.
 
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Haven't heard anything about that either and also agree that this is indeed a very fun one. Something that could be tried maybe:

The game could maybe be described as basically "reverse balderdash" because instead of definitions for not well known words you make nonexisting words for certain definitions, so maybe this could be played using the answersides from balderdash cards. In addition you could use some scrabble tiles (just have to sort them by consonants and vowels) or just write up some letters von paper.

Just a suggestion as this is really a fun one, would be great if someone made an english version, I think the game deseveres some spotlight.
 
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ovis wrote:
Haven't heard anything about that either and also agree that this is indeed a very fun one. Something that could be tried maybe:

The game could maybe be described as basically "reverse balderdash" because instead of definitions for not well known words you make nonexisting words for certain definitions, so maybe this could be played using the answersides from balderdash cards. In addition you could use some scrabble tiles (just have to sort them by consonants and vowels) or just write up some letters von paper.

Just a suggestion as this is really a fun one, would be great if someone made an english version, I think the game deseveres some spotlight.


Thanks for that. I realise I already have Faux-cabulary which I could take the cards from and use scrabble tiles I guess. I'd just rather an off-the-shelf set where somebody had worked out the appropriate spread of letters for the English game!
 
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