The game’s slogan is that it’s “the party game where everyone loses”. Seems about right, going by the Kickstarter campaign video below.
Rob and Jack, the founders of Terrible People LLC, have come up with a game which is like a more depraved version of “Charades” and “Trivial Pursuit”.
…TERRIBLE THINGS catches my interest because it seems to be trying to jump to be lunging to the furthest end of the spectrum imaginable, wearing the tiniest possible shorts.
And as if the Gods of Horrible Nightmares heard my prayers, a Kickstarter campaign appeared out of no where promising me a card game called Terrible Things: The Party Game Where Everyone Loses that will not only offer me the chance to participate in the very things I am dreaming about doing to my circle of pals, it also contains the promise that the night could end in an agreement of silence over what just occurred on “Game Night”.
Like hanging out and playing stuff with your friends? Are you and your friends all monsters who react to awful news with laughter and tell dead baby jokes to each other for fun? Then you’re probably going to want this Terrible Things game in your life. Your horrible, horrible life.
Subtitled The Party Game Where Everyone Loses, the project is described as “the evil baby of a Pictionary/Trivial Pursuit/charades” orgy (think naughty categories like beastiality and Mel Gibson).