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Game of Phones Encourages Players to Use Their Smartphones

by Shane McGlaun
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One of the things my dear old wife does that annoys me to no end is to spend half a movie messing with her phone, and then gets mad when I won’t recap everything she missed so she knows what is going on. It’s not like I never use a phone, but too much is too much. If you have a bunch of friends who won’t stay off of their phones, you need this game.

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It’s called Game of Phones and in the game, players pick cards that challenge them to do things like showing their best selfie, taking photos of other players, showing funny or bad texts, finding the funniest auto-correct, or telling a fortune using emoji. In all, there are more than 100 task cards.

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I bet the game takes like 12 hours to complete because if your narcissist friend gets the best selfie challenge, it will take a LONG time for them to find it. You can grab Game of Phones over at ThinkGeek for $19.99(USD).

You’ll certainly want to delete all those dirty pics and your browser history before you play this one.

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