When I saw this one at Target I had to buy it, I love Clueless and there was no way I would pass this one up. I do have some mixed feeling after playing it. The game basically consists of 4 mini games and I like three out of four of them. The theme shines for this game. It’s a chatty conversation game which blends well if you play the soundtrack in the background. The issue I had with the game came down to the spinner. The first time I played after a few turns we stopped using the spinner and just read out the cards. We kept landing on the boring spaces that weren’t keeping the energy up. The next time I played that didn’t seem to bother me as much, so I don’t know if it was just the group I was with or we were lucky with our spins. Despite those mixed feelings, I do see the appeal for Clueless fans and that’s why I have a copy. I think this would go well with a movie night to add a little extra to the evening.
The Clueless Party game is for 3 to 6 players ages 17 and up. This game is simple, you take a look at your report card you see the grades aren’t great but you know those aren’t final. Win each mini game to change your grade to an A+. First player with all A’s wins.
The Clueless Party Game is published by Wilder games and is for 3 to 6 players aged 14 and up.
- 4 Card Decks
- 1 Spinner Board
- Report Card Pad
- 1 Fluffy Pen
- 1 Debate Token
To setup the game place the spinner, debate token, and pen on the table. Separate the four mini game decks and give everyone a report card.
Now you are ready to play.
Youngest player goes first and spins the arrow. Follow the instructions where the arrow lands. If it lands on a mini game that the player has already won they will skip a turn.
Life or Death (The Mall)
The player to the right will draw a card and be a host. The host will read the question and secretly answer it. The player who spun for that mini game will try to guess their answer. If they pick the correct answer they will get the A+.
Party Questions (The Valley Party)
Pick up a card and answer it out loud. If you don’t want to answer the question, you can pass and miss out on the A. Another player can challenge the answer if they don’t think you are being honest.
Debate Class (The Highschool)
Draw a debate card to get your debate subject. Pick an opponent and flip the debate token to see if you are for or against the topic. Each player has 60 seconds to plead their case. The rest of the players will vote on who wins. If the player who landed on the debate class game wins they get an A+. If not, they will discard the card and try again on another turn.
Mis-match (Cher’s House)
Every player will draw a card from the deck and place it face down. Cards will be flipped at the same time and players look for matches between their cards and the other players. Once you see a matching item yell it out and place your card on top of the other card and successfully out. This continues until one card is left. If the player who’s turn it is wins first they get an A+.
That’s pretty much it for the game. The mismatch game is pretty weak, but I really like the other decks. I love the Clueless theme and that it’s used. There are other similar games out there but for a Clueless fan, I understand wanting to own a copy of this one.