Batman or Superman? Beyonce or Oprah? Mom or Dad? Who would you rather be stuck with FOR HOURS on a long car trip? Win points by guessing who other players would pick (and why) or get them to change their votes in a fast, fun party game for all ages!
2-6 Players * 20-30 Minutes
"Everyone's, like, this is the last round...
and then we keep going!"
Mother Teresa or Gandhi?
Charles Manson or the Unabomber?
If you had to choose, who would you prefer to be cooped up with all day on a...
LONG CAR TRIP
2-6 players, 20-30 minutes of game play, all ages.
OBJECTIVE: Guess who other players would pick or attempt to sway their votes.
· Separate the "Driver Says..." and "Passengers" cards.
· Shuffle the "Passengers" deck and place it face down.
· Make sure each player receives one each of the following "Drivers Says..." cards:
o "Passenger A"
o "Passenger B"
· The player farthest from home starts and becomes the Driver.
· The Driver selects the top card from the "Passengers" deck
and places it face up.
· The Driver chooses one of their "Driver Says..." cards and places it face down.
· The other players (moving clockwise) use their "Driver Says..." cards to guess what the Driver picked. As each player reveals their pick,
they can explain their guess.
· The Driver can be swayed by the explanations
and change their vote before revealing it.
· The player clockwise from the Driver becomes the new Driver and game play continues in the same way for three rounds
(i.e., each player gets to play as the Driver three times).
· The Driver gets one point whether they stick with their original "Driver Says..." vote or change it based on what other players say.
· The Driver LOSES one point if they guess "Who?" despite knowing both of the Passengers on their card (as determined by a majority vote by the other players). This rule is to prevent Drivers from refusing to make a choice when they know both of the Passengers on their card. If the Driver is challenged and loses a point, all the other players gain a point.
· If the Driver's answer isn't challenged, each player
who guesses it correctly gets a point.
WINNING THE GAME:
The player with the most points at the end of three rounds wins Long Car Trip. If there's a tie, players can either accept the shared victory or play additional rounds until a winner is determined.
Designed by: Andrew Osborne, Bait Shop Games (Copyright 2021)
Playtesters: Jana Christy, Jody Jeglinski, Amy Jeglinski-Osborne,
Graham Ketteridge, Suzanne Ketteridge, Dori Philbrook, John Seven