If you are an opinionated person and love to debate, then the Argue! board game is for you. Just think, an adult board game where it pays to argue with the other players. What could be more fun than that?
Argue! is also a strategic board game since players have to think before speaking their answers. It is one of the more popular board games created by University Games, a leading manufacturer of children's and educational games. In the last 20 years, University Games has created more than 200 board games for children, families and adults.
How to Play Argue!
Argue! is a game about arguing, and the one who debates the given topic the best wins. Got an opinion on a matter? Then this is the game where you can voice it and really make it count. To play Argue!, each player is dealt assignment cards that list the topics that will be argued, as well as with whom you will argue and which side of the argument you will take. Even if players don't agree with the sides they are forced to take, they will still have three minutes to debate. The remaining players will decide who wins that round. The Argue! board game is for 3 to 10 players ages 18 and older.
The following pieces are used when playing Argue!:
- 200 Argue Topic cards
- 1,000 topics of argument
- Player assignment cards
- 100 Advocate/Devil's advocate cards
- Point cards
Where to Buy the Argue! Board Game
Argue! is available where most board games are sold. Online, you can find it at:
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- Loaded Questions: Test your knowledge of the other players' opinions as you race to answer questions.
A Final Thought
Like movies, video games and CDs, ratings or recommended ages are there for a reason. A game such as Argue! is suggested for adults because the topics debated do have at least a PG rating. And mixing adults and children in a game where opinions are debated may not be a good thing. If you want to play this game with children, scope out the topics ahead of time and remove any that you may feel are inappropriate.