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Just One Board Game $32.95 + Delivery (Was $44.95) @ Board Game Supply

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Looking for a fun family game to play during lockdown? Just One is a cooperative party game in which you play together to discover as many mystery words as possible. Find the best clue to help your teammate. Be unique, as all identical clues will be cancelled!

Learn the rules in 1 minute: https://youtu.be/IzXhC_NQctg

Get in quick; sale price only available while stock lasts.

$10 flat-rate shipping available and free local shipping for the following postcodes:
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  • +1 vote

    Note that it requires 3+ players.

  • +2 votes

    It's an absolute banger of a game, and it's fast, super easy to teach, and a whole lot of laughs.

  • +1 vote

    Fun Fact, you can play this via Zoom (for your bullshit Friday arvo drink/meeting/mandatory fun meetings some companies make you do) and I guess all you locked down NSW/VIC people…..laughs in QLD

    • +1 vote

      Link to the zoom version?

      • +1 vote

        One person has the cards and runs the game. You throw the guesser into a break-out room (or they take headset off) when you tell everyone the word, bring the guesser back and away you go.

        Players can just write answers on paper, best to use a sharpie in block letters so you can see it on camera better.

        Please at least buy 1 copy of this game to support the developers.

        • -1 vote

          Don't want to sound rude, but the Ozbargainer in me says this is a pen and paper game… for $40

          • +5 votes

            @bobzor: I guess this is a Piracy issue right? You're not buying the materials that make up the game for $40, you're buying the thought and work that went into its creation. This game can easily be pirated, and you're more then welcome to, I personally respect the amount of work that goes into board games and with how thin the margins are, I'm happy to support them.

            An example of a lot of work going into a very cheap to produce game: https://boardgamegeek.com/image/5651732/micromacro-crime-cit...