LET YOUR NEGATIVITY SHINE

Do you take joy in raining on others’ parades? Can you always find the opposite of the silver lining for any situation? Is Grumpy Cat your spirit animal? Stipulations is the party game that will finally let your negative creativity shine.

Here’s how you can have fun by ruining everyone else’s: your friend picks up a Stipulations card and picks an announcement option from 4 categories: Superpower, Lifetime Supply Item, Occupation, or Fulfilled Dream. They announce their selection (let’s say, “Lifetime supply of kittens!”) and the rest of you get to work writing down a stipulation (or limiting condition) for said announcement on the provided whiteboards. For example, you can add “that constantly squirt diarrhea all over your house” or “because you give birth to them every week.” Another friend has retractable claws? Stipulate that “you constantly use furniture as a scratching post” or “they only come out when wiping in the bathroom.”

320 different announcement options, points for coming up with the least-desirable situation, bonus points for winning categories such as “Most Offensive,” “Funniest,” and “Most Painful,” and included rule variations make this a infinitely replayable game that will have you ruining everything for your friends and family again and again! As if you didn’t already do that anyway – but at least now, they’ll be asking for it.

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