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Subject: Would Cranium Booster Box 1 help Hoopla? rss

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Brian McKeever
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I don't have the original cranium. Are the cards for the original the same idea as in hoopla?

Or does anyone know where to get cards that'd work well enough for hoopla?
 
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Craig Blumer
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It's kind of iffy for using regular Cranium cards. I gave a quick look at the Cranium cards (I don't have the Booster set). Cranium has four different types of questions (not just different ways to give clues as in Hoopla). Maybe 2 of the the 4 types would work -- Creative Cat (items using drawing or molding clay to give clues) or Star Performer (items using acting without words to give clues). These have single words that are the targets. Just a guess looking at them, they would be harder than the targets in Hoopla.

So if you're desparate, you could use them; but the regular Cranium cards are not ideal for Hoopla.
 
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Craig Blumer
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I just notice this thread, and they recommend using the cards I suggested for Hoopla and liked it.

Maybe worth it.

The thread is: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/33805
 
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I found this thread while looking around BGG about Hoopla. My friends and I pull out red Apples to Apples cards to play Hoopla with. An almost endless supply (and some are really tough to do)...
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