What happens when you morph a cat halfway into a house? And what if you do it a little bit? A party game about inventing things and then asking others to guess what on earth you meant.
What's the idea?
Draw two word cards. Place them open on the table: these are the start and end of your scale.
Then you draw a secret morph card. It tells you how much the first word morphs into the second word.
It’s up to you to invent something that fits the description!
What’s halfway a bike and a house? What’s 80% between a cow and a car? What’s mostly like a laptop, but also a little bit like a banana?
The other players must answer these questions. You score points only if they guess (close to) the correct morph number!
What do I need?
Four simple steps.
- Click the “Download” button to find the Rules and Material.
- Pick any one PDF with “word cards” (4 pages)—print it.
- Download the PDF with “morph cards” (1 page)—print it.
- Read the rules (2 pages) and have fun!
Want more? This website can generate random word cards for you! You know, if you’ve played the game fifty times and want some variation.
Input your desired settings. The page will generate a PDF file with random word cards.
Print them, cut them, play with them!
When in doubt, just leave the options at their default settings.
Taking too long?
Coming up with a great morph is hard. People might take too long on their turn, while they keep thinking and can’t make a decision.
To solve that, use my timer. A length of 1-2 minutes (at most!) should be great.
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