You Must Be An Idiot
You Must be an Idiot! is a new party game designed by Balloon Cup designer Stephen Glenn. In each round of the game, one player plays the role of the genius and deals out one card to each of the other players. This card will tell a player whether he is an idiot' or not. This is kept secret from the other players. A trivia question is then asked and each player answers it the rub here being that the players who are the idiots' should give a wrong answer that sounds right. Players vote on who is the idiot and they get points if they are correct. After a set number of rounds, if a player reaches a certain number of points he wins, otherwise the player with the most points wins. This is a fun, light party game where good bluffing can help you do well.
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