- Never Have I Ever

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- Never Have I Ever
Game Fact Sheet
Overview
The Never Have I Ever (NHIE) card game is the perfect option for consumers to
step back from virtual entertainment and engage in game-playing that involves
human interaction. Half the game involves reading what the card says and the
other is watching the reactions of others admitting to real-life experiences. Each
time the game is played, it’s entirely different and hilarious in a new way.
Instructions
To Play – The Play Cards are hundreds of examples of poor life decisions that
you may or may not want to admit, and the Rule Cards will tell you what to do
each round. Each player is dealt 10 Play Cards and a pile of Rule Cards sits in the
middle. The person starting the game picks a Rule Card from the pile, reads the
directions aloud, and all the players do what the Rule Card says.
To Score – If you are not guilty of the Play Card, you discard it. If you are guilty
of the Play Card, you get to keep it – called your “wall of shame.”
To Win – The first person to have 10 Play Cards in front of them wins.
Rules – No judgment.
Pricing & Players
$25.00 MSRP | 4-12+ players | Ages 17 and up
Availability
Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Spencer Gifts, and select toy
and specialty gift stores
Other Versions
A free version is available at www.neverhaveievergame.com, and as an app in
the iTunes, Amazon and Google Play app stores
Online Presence
Website – www.neverhaveievergame.com
Facebook – /NHIEGame
Twitter – @NHIEgame
YouTube – Never Have I Ever Game
Media Contact
Aly Crea
451 Marketing
[email protected]
(323) 408-8332
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