November 24, 2015

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Acccentuate Games - Give the gift of gaming this Christmas! #ThinkChristmas #ad

Accentuate boasts a simple yet humiliating premise: repeat a given quotation aloud in a randomly selected accent and see if teammates can guess what it is! The worse the accent attempts are, the more hilarious the game becomes as players struggle to separate their Geordie from their German, their Scouse from their Spanish. Featuring 30 different drawls from around the globe! a third of which are home‐grown British dialects !

Accentuate players are under blush‐inducing pressure to perform, with just thirty seconds to utter one of the 90 quotations in their allotted accent. The box comes complete with 90 Accent Cards featuring 30 different accents from around the globe (each repeated three times), 90 different Quotation Cards, a timer and a dice to select game‐play options. Its compact size makes it ideal for livening up festive visits to family and friends this Christmas. MSRP $29.99

This game is best played with teams and have a minimum of two players each. The  goal is to guess which accent your team-mate is trying to imitate. If it is an "All" die, then it is an all play and the other team can also attempt to guess the accent!   Each team selects a speaker for the first round, who will roll the dice to determine play options -Swap, Play, Pass or All.

The speaker chooses a Quotation Card then an Accent Card and has 30 seconds to recite the quotation in an accent - without giving any other clues.  The team must guess the accent, more points are awarded if the accent is a harder one.  The team with the most points wins!

This game will have you laughing, gasping for air and wanting to play it all the time!

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