A player is designated (or claims to be) a photographer. He is the game leader throughout the game. His role? Have the other players take the poses indicated on the cards. How much can he afford? A camera, motivated and docile comrades and great conducting skills!
At the beginning of the game, the game leader selects 12 cards according to the location and level of difficulty desired. For each card drawn, the photographer reads the test to the players, specifying the criteria that will allow them to score points, then triggers the camera's "self-timer" function. Does your camera not have a self-timer? Count down first aloud and then in a low voice to preserve the surprise effect. Indeed, during the 10 seconds of waiting before the photo is taken, players can lose their bearings (or balance!) and an a priori pose that is easy to make can turn into Cirque du Soleil for dummies!
Once you have taken all 12 pictures, view them directly on the camera screen or on a computer screen and count the points. As soon as a player's position meets the required criteria, he or she earns points. The player with the most at the end of the game wins.
Warning: this game requires the use of a camera (preferably with the self-timer function)!
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|Primary title||Photo Party|
|Release Date||July 2010|
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|Size||3.74 x 3.74 x 1.18 inches|
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|Type of public||Family|