You’re Pulling My Leg! Junior
Have you ever eaten too much pizza? Gotten gum stuck in your hair? Surprised a friend?
You’ll laugh out loud as you and your friends and family try to fool each other with hilarious stories from your lives as you play this storytelling game. After you choose a question, the secret flip of the coin tells you if your answer should be true or made up.
When you hear a story, vote points on if you think a player is telling the truth or pulling your leg. You’ll win points if you’re right but lose them if you’re wrong. Think you can bluff your friends and family? Don’t let them fool you! Score enough points, and you win!
This game book features over 600 questions and instructions on how to play this game in person or over a video call with two or more people. Also available as an !
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You’re Pulling My Leg! Junior is a laugh-out-loud and fun interactive game from Allen Wolf and Morningstar Games. Players take turns telling true and false stories based on prompts given and voting on their true/false status.
This kid friendly edition of the original game is chock full of various engaging and unique prompts, providing hours of wild lies and surprising truths. With simple instructions, easily understood prompts, and helpful materials included in the book, this is a game that kids will be able to enjoy and navigate on their own. I love that, while many of the prompts are sure to bring plenty of laughs, many other prompts encourage thoughtful discussion, critical and imaginative thinking, and practice of both storytelling and listening skills.
Perfect for both in-person and online play, You’re Pulling My Leg! Junior can be used in various settings, from classrooms to parties, and is sure to provide hours of engaging and exciting entertainment!
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Pulling My Leg: Junior!
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