How well do you know your friends? Prepare to find out with Most Or Least, a party game for 4-8 players ages 13 and up. In the game you and your friends go through a selection of interesting question which ask if you are most/least likely to do something or make a selection between three equally strange choices.
Each round the person who’s turn it is draws a card and reads out the question then selects the card that best fits their personality/desires/experiences. After that, the other players must select their own card in an attempt to match the reader’s card. Points are awarded for correctly guessing or having people correctly guess your card.
This game is a great party game which can be used as an ice breaker for new groups or a fun past time for groups of friends wanting to see how well they know each other. Unlike many similar games on the market today this one avoids the usual ‘adult’ themes which is a pleasant change of pace and allows younger players to enjoy the game.
I liked that there were a lot of different questions and people had to choose what you would do in that situation. Sometimes you thought you knew someone really well and knew the answer but you were wrong. My favorite question was about the bizarre ice cream flavors.
I liked that you got to answer questions and got to trick people by making them think that that your answer was one thing but they were wrong. I didn’t like that you had to keep playing if there was a tie at the end, why can’t you just win together? I don’t like that. I didn’t like that the card reader got no points if only one person answered your question.
A copy of this game was provided exchange for this review.