Jewish Taboo-Like Game

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Game play is similar to Taboo, but with simple words relevant to Jewish culture and history.

To play, groups should be divided into two teams. Team A selects a clue giver from their team who will attempt to get his or her team members to guess the main word at the top of each card without using any of the forbidden words below. A member from Team B should watch the cards and use the remote buzzer to alert the players when a forbidden word is used.

Once the main word is guessed, another card appears and the team tries to collect as many cards as they can in the allotted time. If the clue giver says one of the forbidden words, the team will not be credited for that word.

After time expires, a player from Team B becomes the clue giver for their team. Teams alternate play until either team gets to a predetermined score, or until everyone has had a chance to be the clue giver.

A standard set of cards is also included, so you can play with the Jewish cards, the standard set of cards, or a combination of both (see screenshots). There are plenty of cards to play, and the cards will not repeat until all the cards have been played.

The Remote Buzzer includes 7 different buzzer sounds to use when a forbidden word is spoken. The buzzers range from a simple “beep beep” to popular game show buzzers.

Other features include

  • A point is lost for skipping cards or getting buzzed.
  • Score can be corrected at the end of each turn, in case an incorrect button is pressed during game play.
  • Absolutely no ads.
  • Free lifetime upgrades as new words are added.

App: Group Guess – Jewish Taboo-Like Game by LuPalm Wonders

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Category:  Game
Released:   June 24, 2013
Seller:   Luther Palmer
Price:  $1.99 (buy app)

(Taboo is a registered trademark of Hasbro Inc. This product is in no way affiliated or endorsed by Hasbro and should not be confused with their product.)


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