Bad Decisions is a new party card game up on Kickstarter. Players are trying to play the best answer card for the horrible decision that the Bard player has created using the prompt card and cards in their hand. It’s rather CAH and Apples-to-Apples-esque, with the Bard then judging which answer best fits the scenario created.
The campaign will be up and running for the next 27 days.
From the campaign:
Who doesn’t love laughing at the Bad Decisions made by Fools reacting to unexpected Crises? Bad Decisions, a new storytelling twist on card-matching party games for teens and up, focuses on the humor in the questionable life choices which some people make when the going gets tough. Bad Decisions can be played for a few minutes by 3-4 people on break, or for an entire evening by a dozen or more friends. The bare-bones (no art, half the final deck size) original prototype has been very popular with players at scifi, anime and furry conventions as well as at GenCon 2014.
How To Play
Because of the storytelling character of this game, each Story card can set up literally hundreds of different situations. All players have hands with five of each Player card category. The Bard plays cards for whichever of the categories (Fool, Crisis or Bad Decision) come up in as the first two blanks on that Story card. The other Players complete the story by anonymously playing a card for the remaining blank from their own hands to fill the final blank. The Bard chooses the winning ending to complete the Story, and passes the role of Bard on to the Player next on the left.