House Rules… where rules are made not to be broken

Rules of the house, you say

House Rules is a fun game which allows you, if you’re a parent/guardian, to enter your own rules (chores) in a game of chance.

Spin the “Wheel of Destiny” to see what chores they must help with.

If you’re in a party mood and you’re out with friends, you can always create a new House (and a new set of rules) and let your imagination run wild. Instead of chores why not create some “friendly” forfeits. Apply a safe amount of alcohol and you get an instant drinking game!

For the Kids

Mum and Dad get a chance to enter chores they would like their children to help with. The kids get to spin the “Wheel of Destiny” wich determines their task for the day.

Chores are no fun unless there is some cake at the end of it all. Give your kids the chance to enter their own set of house rules, such as ice-cream, a visit to the zoo, a trip to Disney Land, you get the idea. Once the children get their chores, the parents get to spin the wheel to determine their rewards.

After Dark

House Rules is not just for children. Adults too can take part in a fun game of chance.

Kings & Blood

Create a House and call it Kings & Blood (the name of the game).
Place a container in the middle of the table. Each player takes a turn to spin the wheel. On the 4th appearance of the King the person who spun the wheel must drink the contents of the container.
Enter the rules as follows:

Black

Rule: “Don’t drink”

Number of times: This can be set to any number. The lower the number the less chance it has of cropping up in a game.

Red

Rule: “Drink twice”

Number of times: This can be set to any number. The lower the number the less chance it has of cropping up in a game.

King

Rule: “Pour a desired amount of beer into the container”

Number of times: 4.

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Review

Great Fun.
The title says it all. It involves the whole family.

SushiSann

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