Smarty Party Game

Smarty Party Game Rules

Smarty Party Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $7.00
Playing Time: 30 -45 min.
Ages: 12+
Players: 2 - 16

In the game of Smarty Party you're going to be matching your wits against your opponents to see who can come in...last. During each round of play in Smarty Party, players must give an answer that fits the current category. If you give a wrong answer you get penalty points, but if you give the correct answer then you are rewarded with the Smarty Pants!

At the end of each round penalty points advance your piece along the board. The game ends when the first player reaches the Game Over. And...whoever is in last place on the board wins the game of Smarty Party. Try playing Smarty Party with a large group and see how much fun you can have trying to win, while losing the game.

At the end of each round of Smarty Party, Penalty points advance players along the board. But the player holding the Pants gets to toss out one Penalty chip! The game ends when a player reaches Game Over... and last place wins!

The Smarty Party family game should include game board, 100 List cards, 1 List Card Holder (Shown), 15-second sand timer, 16 player pawns in 8 colors, 7 Point Chips (one red 3, two yellow 2ís, and 4 green 1ís), 1 Wager Marker (Yes and No), 1 Smarty Pants pair of pants, and the Smarty Party game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Smarty Party rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Smarty Party.

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Doug says:

Not one of my favorite games. The rules were a little confusing and after we finished the game no one really wanted to play again or were thrilled by it. Maybe we're just not smart enough.
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