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Playroom Entertainment

Playroom Entertainment Geek Out Game

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Description

  • Trivia fun that finds out once and for all which player is the most knowledgeable about their favorite geeky pop culture!
  • Amazing social interaction and bluffing party game
  • For 2 or more players
  • 30 minute playing time
  • Contains 205 cards, 20 penalty chips, color die and instructions

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Customer Reviews

Fun but complicated.Very fun, but wayyyy complicated. The basic play of the game is simple enough, but the questions are sometimes so broad that we have to go around trying to clarify among each other what does and doesn't count, such as "list six children's tabletop games". Well, do you include family friendly or games only geared for kids? Does it have to be a traditional tabletop or is a tabletop board game fine? It can add to the fun, but it's also very tedious and annoying sometimes. 4Like self inflicted Alzheimer'sA fun game, IF you can get a group of nerds together to play. Tried to play this on a couple's game night, it was a disaster. You really have to know your stuff about the subjects or it shuts down.BUT, when my nerd friends and I got together, the competition was tough and fun. Find your group and have a blast.Beware, once you win the bid, your mind will go completely blank and you will be fighting to even remember your own name under a time limit. Good Luck! 4Good for Geeks!This is a perfect game for my family of geeks (me, siblings, son, granddaughter). I showed it to my son during a half-hour car ride, and before the ride was over I had given it to him because he enjoyed it so much (I don't have much of the comic book background, so overall it fits him a little better than it does me). I will buy another copy before too long. We sometimes casually go through the questions just for fun, but the gameplay of bidding on how many you can name is genius. It reminds me of Name That Tune ("I can name that tune in four notes"). I think we were up to nearly 20 for a few categories, like Simpsons characters. Some questions are obscure, but overall they are entertaining, doable questions. I really like that the player gets to bid the default without risk; it's a nice way for more obscure questions to get answered rather than always getting passed because the player isn't sure if he or she can name enough or if this or that answer will count. This is a game for any geeky family or group of geeky friends! 5Great game, but nor for everyone.Geek Out! is a ton of fun. My gaming group loves this game, and some of the trivia content is hard as nails. We usually play 1 - 2 games as a starter game before our more elaborate games on game night every weekend.However, it will cause fights in certain gaming groups. You may want to experiment with some house rules when playing with people in pub groups, because some geeks are passionate about their trivia knowledge, and some people throw some really obscure answers out there. This causes neckbeard fights of epic proportion that can make the game frustrating. Another thing to note is that this game IS NOT for families. If you bust this game out with your parents, grandparents, and various children before Thanksgiving dinner, they will not be entertained. The topics are quite obscure and if you or anyone in your group have any form of geek trivia you/they will steam roll the entire game.I suggest watching Wil Wheaton's Table Top episode about this game on Youtube. You'll get a good idea of whether or not this is for you. 4Fun Game. Good PriceReally fun trivia game. My friends and I are all pretty big geeks so I thought it would be good for us. And it is !Has a nice selection of categories. Really hits all the sections of Geek culture. Some of the questions can be pretty challenging. I really like the main function of the game with it going around the table seeing if other players can name more. Its fun to see people struggle to name the last one when its on the tip of their tongue etc.I would recommend trying to get a clear set of house rules for the games. That will make it go smoother and prevent conflicts. 5Maybe I should have gotten the pop culture version because it seems like the questions are more fitting to more peopleWhere I would most definitely consider myself a "geek" and most of my friends are into geek culture, a lot of the questions on these cards are actually quite difficult. You need to be an expert in a lot of areas to be proficient at the game, and I assume it would be very hard for a lot of people to master them all. Maybe I should have gotten the pop culture version because it seems like the questions are more fitting to more people. The annoying part is that the game is really fun, just very difficult for our group. 3This is a terrific party gameThis is a terrific party game, allowing for supergeeks to really be in their element. We bought this and Pop Culture Party together and shuffled the cards, so there is always something for everyone. What we liked right away is the fact that the game comes with A TON of cards and a fair amount of categories, so there's not a huge chance you'll come across the same categories anytime soon. We have played about a half a dozen times, and we've still only managed to get through a quarter of the original deck or so. Shuffled with the Pop Culture Party edition, that means it'll literally be years before we loop back around to cards we've previously seen, much less actual categories we've previously played. The main criticism we have is that there are not many rules. If you play just according to the rules on the card, there's a lot of ambiguity, leaving plenty of room for arguments. Additionally, it really works best in big groups, just so no one gets bored or cards don't have to be skipped a lot. Modified with some house rules, this is a great game for people of all ages and abilities. We bring it out at parties, and everyone always has a wonderful time trying to one-up one another in geeky fun. 4Fantastic Game for Geeks & NerdsThis game is fantastic!! I highly recommend it for geeks and nerds, but be aware that anyone else might find it frustrating in the group that I first played it with, two friends knew almost none of the answers except for the occasional Harry Potter question, so it obviously wasn't very fun for them. But for the nerds in the group (I consider myself more a "nerd" than a "geek," personally), there were lots of exciting moments, and multiple people fell over laughing. It felt good to finally put my years of totally useless trivia to use. >:)"Geek Out!" works well for 2 players or with a bigger group, and if some people aren't quite as good at this sort of trivia, you can put them in teams to even out the playing field a little more. For instance, I have a friend who knows a lot about sci fi and fantasy but very little about games or comics, so we paired her up with another friend who reads a lot of manga (comics) but is weaker in the other categories.If you consider yourself geeky in any way, and know a few others who are as well, I suggest you get this game. You won't regret it. :) 5Great game for geeks to show off their geeky fandom knowledge!My husband and I have really enjoyed this game. It gives you a great opportunity to show off your geeky knowledge. I wouldn't recommend it for non-geeks (or for groups with non-geeks in them), however. Although it has a supposedly non-geek category, the rest of the categories would be not only uninteresting but downright baffling to a non-geek. We have only had one opportunity to play it in a group, and that did not go so well, either, because people kept getting categories that were not their forte (gamers getting comic book categories, etc). In the future, I think if I play it in a larger geek group again, I'm going to set up a house rule that one chooses their category each time rather than let the dice choose. I think that way it will be more fun for everyone. As I said, it's great way to show off your geek knowledge, but if you don't get a category of your choosing, it can just be frustrating for you. On the whole, however, I really love this game! It is lots of fun for geeks! 5Spades...for trivia; the nerd edition.Saw this game on Wil Wheaton's TableTop, and after I realized that this was basically Spades for nerd trivia, I had to have it.Whether you're a giant nerdy fan, or slightly in touch with your blooming nerdy side, this is a game you'll love because it really starts to push the limits of your recall ability with many different things. You have 4 set categories; Games (Board, table top, video games are all represented here), Comics (DC to Marvel, to how they look, how they are dressed or what they're affiliated with are all things we've run across so far), Sci-Fi (From Red Dwarf, to Dr. Who, to Firefly, to Star Wars/Trek, they're all here) and Fantasy (Lord of the Rings, novels, and even musicals...yes, musicals!!) as well as a Miscellaneous category that contains many, many different questions. This is truly a fantastic game.If you're not as big of a nerd/geek fan, you still have a shot in this game, as each category isn't about the obscure things (I've run across questions about movies with Johnny Depp, Leonard DiCaprio, Ivan Rietman, etc.)For the price, this is truly a great game, and with being able to roll the dice to choose your category, you've always got a shot to stump someone. 5
Playroom Entertainment Geek Out Game

Playroom Entertainment Geek Out Game

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€57,00
Sale price
€57,00
Regular price
€94,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€37,00)