Cactus Game Design
ACT UP! ACT OUT! ACT FAST! Guesstures The best selling game of split-second charades now comes in a fun-filled BIBLE EDITION! QUICK! You only have few short seconds per word! Your four words this round are "Baptize," "Cross," "Moses" and "Lamb". It looks easy, but it's not. As soon as your team guesses the word on the card - grab it before it gets swallowed by the card-hungry MIMER TIMER . Then hurry on to the next card! The harder the word, the more points it's worth. Grab the most points to win!
For 4 or more players, Ages 12 to Adult
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