Tuesday, October 20, 2020

You're Pulling My Leg! - #playmorningstar Storytelling Game Book Review



Going on right now is a Virtual Book Tour (October 19th-23rd) for a new book/game that is perfect to play over the holidays with your family (either in person or remotely)! You’re Pulling My Leg! and You’re Pulling My Leg! Junior, created by award-winning game creator Allen Wolf, lets you test your bluffing skills with completely new questions that range from thought-provoking to zany. The game can be played in person or remotely. 


During the game, players choose a question from the cards within the book. The secret flip of the coin tells them if their answer should be true or made up. When players hear a story, they vote points on if they think a player is telling the truth or pulling their leg. Players win points if you’re right but lose them if you’re wrong. Players try to bluff others and try not to let other players fool them. The first player to 21 points wins. You’ll be surprised how much you learn about other players in a short amount of time.

The books not only make a great holiday gift, but they also provide families with endless hours of entertainment and a chance to get to know your family members better.



Now that my kids are older, I don't get to see them as often.  When I do, we like to get together and play games.  You're Pulling My Leg! has been a recent favorite.  And, I get a bigger insight into their inner thoughts.  

The only thing you need for You're Pulling My Leg! is a coin, the book, and some players.  There are different game variations, and it's up to you which one you choose.  You can record Game  Highlights within the book if someone says something particularly funny or memorable.  The book features several different cards where players tell about their situations.  For instance, "Tell me about an awkward dating experience" or ""Tell me about a time when you counseled a friend".  This book has been a great conversation starter.  Not only has it been fun to play, but I've learned a lot about my older kids. 

I received book for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.



 

5 comments:

An Apel a Day said...

This would be fun to give to my nephew. It looks cute.

Aurora said...

A good review of the gaming book.

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jjmon2012 said...

This is a game that my niece would enjoy, She and family and friends would use it all the time. She has a lot of friends that this would be perfect for. they can tell some tall tales

Sparkles and Lattes said...

These books seem like a great gift option. I will have to see if they would work for my almost 6 year olds.