Game Of The Month January 2019: Never Have I Ever

This game is actually fun and get to know people. You can also learn more about people you already know in your life. People have to count down their fingers if they done the deed. This version I am talking about Cards version.

So first of all, Happy New Year 2019. Pretty much many of us, do talk about resolutions and what they want to achieve. But for this month, I believe we can be a little nostalgia. You wonder how? The Answer is again, pretty simple. Play the game Never Have I Ever or NHIE. So let us begin. It is also known as Game of Poor Life Decisions.

What is Never Have I Ever?
This game is actually fun and get to know people. You can also learn more about people you already know in your life. People have to count down their fingers if they done the deed. This version I am talking about Cards version.

Who can play this game?
Probably 13+.

How to Play?
-Remove all the cards from the box and place on the table.
-Deal 10 cards to each player and leave remaining cards in the box.
-Pick the person with the coolest of their stuff, because let’s be honest, no one likes a showoff.
-Once a person starts the game picks a rule card from pile and reads it out, places it up on the face
-Rule Card explains what the players must do for the round, so hopefully everyone is listening
-If you can’t play that rule card, do another one.
-At the end of each round all players draw new play cards to bring each player’s back upto 10 cards
-The Left player begins the next round by picking up a new rule card.

Now we talk about scoring
-If you are guilty of play card, you win it and get to keep it face up, on the table in front of you which is known as Wall Of Shame.
-If you aren’t guilty of the play card, you add it to discard pile.
-First person to get 10 Play of Cards wins. That means you made some very bad decisions in your life.

Variations
You can play this game without cards by making your own statements or can take help from the cards above. Host will say the statement and whoever finishes the entire glass, is the one who made the bad decisions in their life. If you like you can also download the app from your phone.

If you do not want to drink, then use fingers, the person whose fingers are most down is the loser or winner.

Fair Warning
If you have someone who gets offended and have temper, please refrain them from this game. It is a fun game and it should be taken in that way.

So, hope you have fun this New Year . Let me know in the comments section and let me know what other variations you have for the game.

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20 thoughts on “Game Of The Month January 2019: Never Have I Ever”

  1. I love playing this game with friends especially since we do not see each other often it is a non judgmental way to catch up. We do not allow tender hearted individuals to play with us lol

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  2. A nice idea to introduce new games. We host weekly game time at home and this sounds like a fun option for a change. Thanks for the idea =)

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  3. I never heard of this game before which is strange. Board games and card games seem to be getting less and less with this coming generation as everyone seems to be anti-social and glued to their phones. I must look for this one in card format.

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  4. I use to play a version of this game when I was a teenager. Obviously there was no drinking or anything like that involved but it was a fun way to learn more about the people you were playing with.

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