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The Million Dollar Doodle Game

The Million Dollar Doodle Game

The Million Dollar Doodle is a semi-collaborative entrepreneurship-themed party game of inventing cool new products and companies. In The Million Dollar Doodle, everyone gets to bring out their creative side AND crack each other up when they pitch the funny, "brilliant" companies and products they create together.

How to play: Each player receives two "Logo Component" cards (e.g. "Fireworks" and "A super happy fish"), and draws a Logo that combines them (e.g. a smiling fish with fireworks bursting out of its fins). Players pass their logos in a circle, and one by one, other players add a Company Name, Slogan, and online Review inspired by the original Logo. Players pass their pads one last time, and everyone takes turns pitching the companies/products they've created to their friends and family (e.g. a seafood restaurant that cooks your fish right at your table using the best patented firework technology). Everyone votes on which company they like best, and that player gets a million dollars to launch their business!

Wing It Card Game: The Game Of Extreme Storytelling

Wing It Card Game: The Game Of Extreme Storytelling

Wing It is a hilarious storytelling and problem-solving game. You and your friends pit your imaginations against each other as you dream up ways to overcome unlikely challenges (...now an eerily well-coordinated horde of angry jelly fish begins to rock the boat until it tips precariously from side to side...) with an even unlikelier set of resources (...and all you have is an ice axe, ten coconuts, a set of snow tires, one pound of leg hair, and a complete collection of Hitchcock films).

In each round, the players are all presented with the same challenging situation, but each player has different objects that they can use as their resources to resolve the situation. Each player comes up with a story about how they'll solve the situation using exactly three of the five objects in their hand, and then everyone takes a turn pitching their story to a judge. A winning story is selected, a new player becomes the judge, and the next round begins.