Available for the i Phone, i Pad, Xbox, Playstation and Wii. Electronic Catchphrase An instant-classic and a riotous good time - especially if incorporated into a drinking game. Pick one name for each person playing and stick that name on each persons back or forehead.
Luckily Electronic Catchphrase is outfitted with rubber bumpers, because we've definitely seen a few whiz by our heads when rounds take a turn for the worse. Each person gets 20 "yes or no" questions to find out who they are.
If someone catches you, they can stick one of his/her stickers on you. You can even prioritize adult or child faces and set the level of smile to ensure a picture will only be taken upon the toothiest of grins. An interactive head-to-head battle in which players answer trivia questions about films or pop culture.
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