Re: [Unity_Games] [Review] Smarty Party
- I've found Smarty Party to be one of the best new party-type games I've
played in years. It has gone over well very well as a fun filler between
meatier games at UG events and especially well with family and friends who
only casually play boardgames. Plus, any game with rubber pants is OK in my
I'm really looking forward to the Smarty Party expansion pack!
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- --- Dave Bernazzani <daveber@...> wrote:
> Plus, any game withDave finally admits in public his problem with
> rubber pants is OK in my
incontinence. It's all right, Dave, we still love
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- by "we," Richards means "me"
At 11:57 AM 2/2/2004, Richard ribbed:
>--- Dave Bernazzani <daveber@...> wrote:Constantine
> > Plus, any game with
> > rubber pants is OK in my
> > book.
>Dave finally admits in public his problem with
>incontinence. It's all right, Dave, we still love
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> > Does anyone know if there's any significant difference betweenthe 1996
> > Mattel version of Campatibility and this one:From the image, this appears to have the same board layout but
> > http://www.boardgamesexpress.com/gameDetail.asp?ID=319
different image cards, and the cards are the meat of the game. The
four-player version from a couple of years ago had an improved
scoring board, but horrific images and no "word" cards (like
the "sex" or "fantasy" or "?" cards).
I can't say whether this new edition's images are as top-notch as the
original Mattel edition, but they probably can't be as bad as the
clip-art from the four-player edition.
Glad to see that a quality version may be back in print.