Double Ditto is a fun party game that will challenge players to be clever and quick. Play with as few as 4 players, or as many as 10 or more. Recommended for ages 10 and up but may be played by 8 and 9-year-olds who read and write well. Take turns being the Ditto Master by reading a card out loud to the group. Example cards may say: "Commands You Teach Your Dog," "Parts of the Human Body," "Things You Put on Your Head." Next, players then have 15 seconds to write down two answers that come to mind. For "Things You Put on Your Head," players' answers might include: headband, visor, sunglasses, shampoo, ice pack, stocking, hoodie, helmet, baseball cap, curlers, and more. Once time is up, take turns reading the answers out loud, crossing off each answer that matches another player's answer. The object of the game is to write down answers you think other players will write. Match an answer with another player to score a "ditto!" Match both answers and score a "double ditto!" Each round is fast-paced and filled with hilarious surprises. Answers can be as obnoxious or creative as player's desire, making this game customizable and a perfect game for any gathering with family and friends. Double Ditto fans are raving,"My 9-year-old had as much fun as his grandmother!" " It was the perfect game for my son's 13th birthday party!" "The game was so fun we played 10 rounds. Lots and lots of laughs!"
New! Just came out in fall 2015. Pick a card, read it out loud, and then quickly write down 2 answers you think other players will also write. Laugh or cry as you discover whether you were able to match any answers with other players. Find out whose mind is in sync with yours. It may not be who you expect!
Answers can be as creative as player's desire, making this game customizable for any gathering of family, friends, co-workers, and more.
Works for family night, girls night, birthday parties, holiday gatherings, etc.Fast-paced, continuous play. Answer topic cards such as: "Foods That are Slimy," "Things You Regret" and "Milestones for Teenagers."
Comes with 400 category cards, a 15-second timer, score sheets, and instruction card.
Ages: 10+; Players: 4 - 10 or more; Play Time: 25 minutes.