Rating: 5.8 Fair
Popularity:0
Difficulty:Unknown
Year:1997
Players: 4-12 players
Playing time: 0-4 minutes
Age:13+

Created by: Brent Peterson, Molly Zarbock, Voltage Design

Published by: The Game Chef, Iberista Entertainment Limited

Alternate Names: Been There Done That

Description:

Object: move along the colored rope convincing your opponents that you have BEEN THERE AND DONE THAT. To win players must move in the inner drum and convincing opponents that you have truly BEEN THERE AND DONE THAT.

Roll the die, move your pawn the required number of spaces along your color of rope (picture on game board), Opponent asks a question from the cards. If you answer no, the next player goes. If you answer yes you must convince they you have been there etc.

Players may grill you to see if you are lying. After a vote, if the vote is no, the next player goes, if yes roll again and continue until a no vote or no response.

Tagged as an icebreaker party game, this game allows you to discover useless trivia about your friends and family!

"Milked a Cow? Traveled to Europe? Missed a Flight? Been to Disney World? Find out the answers in this hit party game. From the outrageous places traveled to the basic things people do every day, you'll be amazed by the things you learn.

This easy-to-play game is a great ice breaker for groups of new friends and a must have at every family game night. With over 850 scenarios, including suggestions for large groups and other fun variations, no game is ever the same!"

A roll of the dice decides whether you select a "been there" or "done that" card and then everyone votes "yes" or "no" to the question. Players try to guess how many players have "been there" or "done that" to earn points.

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