Gutterhead - The Fiendishly Filthy Drawing Game - The Adult Board Game of Hilariously Dirty Doodles from the Makers of Beat That! - Great Stocking Fillers - Fun Party Game for Adults
About this deal
The best way to think of Gutterhead is like Pictionary, just for dirty-minded adults! I have enjoyed many a game of Card’s Against Humanity in the past and while this really taps into people’s darker side, Gutterhead makes it funny while doing it! Yes, some of the words you have to draw are awful, but that’s where the fun comes into it! Open yourself up to the concept and you will be right at home, laughing along with the awful drawings of awful things! Gutterhead Conclusion Gutterhead, designed by Kate Jenkins and Zak Walton, is a game for four or more players in which you split into teams and take turns drawing various rude words or phrases, while all racing to the finish line on the game board to be crowned the official Gutterhead! The phrase “get your head out of the gutter” comes to mind with this game and it certainly leads players to do such a thing. A game such as this is only really enjoyable if people commit to it, something my old university friends certainly did when trying this game out!
While I have drawn on the fact that Gutterhead can be rather risqué, I have to say I rather enjoyed playing it! Yes, the premise is rather crude but it definitely produced some really comic moments, especially when people weren’t entirely sure what the word is, or if they were just awful at drawing! Gutterhead has this problem solved, and within 90 seconds! Sounds perfect. Even more perfect, it’s a ‘love child of Pictionary and Cards Against Humanity’, you can only imagine how out of hand this not-so-innocent board game gets. Gutterhead is fairly simple. Players will be in teams and each team will have a playing piece to put on the board. The playing pieces are rather aptly shaped like a poo, showing new players exactly how bad this game can get (in a good way!). Each turn, one team will roll the dice and move their poo-piece forward that many spaces. The spaces are all coloured and signify different categories, these being Actions, Objects, Feeling, Person/Place and Naughty/Nice.Ever been at a party, and there’s that one person who doesn’t understand the rules to the drinking game you all want to play? Then you have to explain over and over again, by which time you’re stone cold sober. Yeah, us too. So annoying.