Parents' Guide to

Psych! Outwit Your Friends

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Great party game with trivia for friends and families.

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There has never been a better time for a good social party game. Psych! Outwit your friends is the latest creation from the team that put together Heads Up! and, like that title, the point of the game is to enjoy the company of others more than focus on winning. The larger the group you can put together -- both in the same room or playing remotely -- the better, as more fake answers make for more opportunities to laugh. Smaller groups might have less fun, though, as it's too easy to figure out who came up with which psych answer. (Four or more is best for a good couple of rounds.)

The addition of a virtual Ellen joining the game will please fans of her show, but isn't an essential component. And the questions about each other can either be lots of fun or slightly awkward, but players tend to take it in stride as part of a game. In a time where everyone is locked in the house and communicating with each other via videoconferencing software, this is a wonderful way to pass the time with friends near and far. And it will bring some much needed smiles to people's faces.

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