The Get Crunk game is the brutal drinking game inflicting more hangovers than £1 Wednesdays on the Scholars Union.
Brutal card game
You’re going to be abused, You’re going to embarrass and by the tip of the sport, You’re going to be crunk! (Sometimes called inebriated)
Get Crunk Cards
We have cut the bulls***t regulations, it is so simple as selecting a get crunk card, read it out and do what it says!
Banter game across the United Kingdom
Abused by Scholars, Area parties, pre-drinkers, stag & Rooster parties, and somebody with a banter game across the United Kingdom.
Get the party going
Get Crunk gets the celebration going, breaks the ice, and on positive cards even acts as a wingman.
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Get crunk drinking game is Brutal
The brutal drinking game for awful folks.
Simple to play – 55 cards, select a card, read it out, do what it says!
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Abused by Scholars, Pre-Drinkers, Area Parties, Stag & Rooster Parties. Nice to chill out / break the ice.
Warning: Get crunk card game
Warning: Get crunk card game will have to be robust! You’re going to be abused, your ego shall be destroyed and You’re going to get unimaginably intoxicated.
The game is suitable for 20 players
This game is suitable for at least 20 players.
It is a great laugh, although some of the cards are a bit harsh it is all fun and games and at the end of the day.
It’s all about fun and shouldn’t be taken too seriously. We hope you enjoy it.
Is the game suitable for over 20 players, it certainly is. You can get through the game relatively quickly but you can just reshuffle and carry on playing or parrot with numbers volume 2
If you want to have many players you would probably have to get a second pack.
Is this game suitable as a family game and as one of the previous buyers has asked would thus be suitable at my grandad’s funeral?
So we would say that this is not suitable for a family so it’s best played in couples or with the older generation. There’s a lot of “would you” questions and things that you wouldn’t be asked if you were going to meet the in-laws, so you would not be able to play this with your sister and her husband.
You can play as many players as you want it’s just cards so you welcome just to pick up the cards and do what it says.
It is best-played by uni students and at the same time reveals a very dark sense of humor from the creators of the game.
One user was a little bit disappointed with the brutality of the reference to rape and sexual abuse – which is no laughing matter she took out the card and threw that away but other than that was a relatively small issue with the game.
We hope that our input to the game has helped you make up your mind as this is a great game to take a look on Amazon for the latest prices.
The good news is that Volume 2 is out now