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Left Right Dilemma

Left Right Dilemma

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  • Artwork
  • Complexity
  • Replayability
  • Player Interaction
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You Might Like

  • A silly little party game
  • Huge variety of questions
  • Small box, big value for moneys
  • Adjustable level of adultness

Might Not Like

  • Somewhat unnecessary scoring system
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Left Right Dilemma - More Information Coming Soon!

Would You Rather Play A Game Or…

Have you ever played “would you rather?” The game in which players are given two options and pick (usually) the most palatable. It works well as a verbal game but now there is a game which takes that premise and turns it into skiing down a slope. That game is called Left Right Dilemma and here’s a heads up – this game can be a bit adult.

The Game

The game is incredibly simple. The active player puts out six cards in a pyramid, each with a question and two possible answers. At the bottom of the pyramid, place the board depicting six chalets. The object of the game is figure out how well you know the active player by following the paths down and ending up at one of the chalets. Everyone, including the active player, considers the questions and selects their final answer on their dial, placing it facedown. Then the group flips over their dials and discusses how they reached their conclusions, reaching a consensus. If the group decision matches the active player, everyone on the team gets a point and play continues around until everyone has had a go. The winner is the player with the highest score.

Decisions, Decisions…

I like a nice simple game to act as an ice breaker and Left Right Dilemma does just that. It’s a good warm up game, despite the artwork being all chilly. Then again, I love the snow, but I digress. Speaking of the artwork, the design of the game is very cute and fitting for the style of the game, although there are some hidden filth in there. I’ll let you look for that on your own, you rascals.

Just like Codenames, the cards you can play out are double sided, which means there are a ton questions available to play out, and a multitude of orders in which these questions can come out. This ramps up the variability, which is great for a small game like this. It also means if you want to play a family version, you can easily remove the naughty cards in favour of the kid friendly ones. The length is about right too, you’ve usually had enough when the game comes around to you after one or two rounds, but that’s ok. It’s the sorbet course at the end of the night when you’re with a group of friends or the soup at the beginning of the meal to get you hungry for more and sets the tone. Nice and versatile. Unlike a soup sorbet, which sounds terrible.

The only ding for this game to me is that it has a scoring system. It’s really unnecessary because the game isn’t about winning really. It’s about the conversations you have with your friends and family about why you end up at certain decisions. Why does cousin Bill prefer to live without toilet paper or a phone? Would Josephine give away all her money to a charity or lose it all at a casino? And would you **** in a **** whilst **** or rather **** in a **** whilst wearing a tea cosy? And no, I’m not uncensoring that for you. You’ll just have to pick up a copy for yourself. I would highly recommend you do.

Zatu Score

Rating

  • Artwork
  • Complexity
  • Replayability
  • Player Interaction
  • Component Quality

You might like

  • A silly little party game
  • Huge variety of questions
  • Small box, big value for moneys
  • Adjustable level of adultness

Might not like

  • Somewhat unnecessary scoring system