The full-length review: One of my favourite party games is a lovely little trivia game called Wits & Wagers which manages to make random trivia fun by allowing a player to gamble and win without necessarily knowing the answers. When North Star Games offered copies of their newest game, Crappy Birthday, I took a look at the rules and thought, "yeah, this one's not for me." It beared a striking resemblance to Apples to Apples, another great party game that can sometimes end up remarkably boring when played with the wrong group of people. But Luke of North Star described it to me as more of an "icebreaker" than most games and if taken lightly enough, it can be really funny (he must follow my blog and knew to warn me).
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firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and a description of the crappiest gift you ever received and I'll do a draw on Nov. 10th for a brand new copy of the game! I'll probably post some of your crappy gifts, too, if I get some real winners!