Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
Hot Takes
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Hot Takes

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In this game, no hill is too small to die on! Former debate team stars, comment section kings, and stubborn MFs rejoice: we bring you Hot Takes, the game of spicy opinions and heated debates! This game includes 300 takes that are so controversial they’ll get even the most mellow of your friends out of their seats. Prepare to debate on such divisive issues as “How many holes does a straw have?” or even “Did Jacob deserve to end up with Bella?” In fact, we got into so many fights while writing this game it’s a miracle we made it at all! Just draw a card, split into teams based on who you agree with, and let the games begin. Play nice, people!

Age: 17+

  • WHATS INSIDE

    • 300 Hot Take Cards
    • 10 Opinion Cards
    • Scorepad
    • Instructions
  • HOW TO PLAY

    There are two ways to play Hot Takes. Both start by picking a judge and having them read a card — we suggest the player who talks the most goes first. In the first version, after hearing the Hot Take on the card, separate into teams based on who agrees or disagrees. Then, take turns crafting and presenting your argument to the judge and the other team. You get two minutes to prove why your side is the obviously correct side. Afterward, the judge picks a winner, and everyone on that team gets a point! In the second version, everything is the same except you don't split into teams. Instead, gather in a circle and announce your opinions and reasoning one by one. In the end, the judge picks which side made more sense, and everyone who voted that way wins a point. Whoever has the most points at the end of 5 rounds wins!