Everyone agrees – our games are wicked/smart fun!
We couldn't have said it better ourselves: Game on. Way on.
Don't come play word games at my house unless you like... losing.
I’m a sucker for Scrabble, but Oneupmanship‘s new game 'One Up!' is a fresh, fun spin that had my hubby and I laughing and stealing each other’s words. There’s no game board, so it’s super portable and great for any occasion from connecting with fam at the end of a manic Monday, to sitting outside and playing it under the stars on vacation.
We love One Up! So much fun."
- Mandy, @politeasfudge
"Turns your whole family into greedy, self-serving punks.”
Curtis Silver over at GeekDad.com wrote this spot-on, "no autopsy, no foul" review. We're always happy to help, Captain
If you'd like to see the rest of Curtis's hilarious synopsis, click here.
"I got the game. IMPRESSIVE."
"Don't like ONEUPMANSHIP? Go pound sand."
"We really got into it. My husband (a CPA and head of purchasing for the town of Ridgefield) drew a nasty money card that made us all move to the left and play each other's hand. I inherited his awful hand with zero stock and hardly any money, then he promptly forgot who was who and moved my piece on his turn. I didn't discover it until my turn. My daughter made him go back and undo everything he did on that turn (he bought stock and all kinds of things). It was pretty funny. And that is one of the game's charms, it brings out 'fun' things in people.
We drew cards for the Thumb Wrestling and Liar's Poker. (My daughter won both of those, the little brat.) My husband drew the card for the staring contest, and challenged my daughter. She decided to puff in his face. That made him blink, so I declared her the winner. He then went on to rant how it was a STARING contest so blinking didn't count. Yeah... #SoreLoserman
Initially, we spent a lot of time calculating the cost of stock shares, until my daughter whipped out her phone and we used that to crunch the numbers so as not to slow down the momentum of the game.
I did not read your website beforehand. I wanted to experience the game on my own using only your instructions as a guide to see how they worked.
That said, you have a great game here. The twists, turns, and surprises make this game HILARIOUS. We all loved ONEUPMANSHIP and look forward to playing it again with others! Wish you MUCH success."
ONEUPMANSHIP is the best gift ever for holidays, birthdays, vacations and family gatherings – guaranteed to upset absolutely everyone.
The worst twenty-nine ninety-nine you'll ever spend.
On a final note, building a company is really hard.