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This game comes with a big deck of cards, and a timer. On each card is a two-word phrase made of two words that rhyme, such as "flat cat". The game is a simple party game, akin to Taboo, where you try to get your teammates to say as many cards as they can by giving them clues: "It's, uh, a feline that's, uh, has zero height." The clues can't be "sounds like" clues, of course.
What the description doesn't cover, by the way, is that this game has the worst art of any profesionally published game I've ever seen. But that's really okay, because the game doesn't actually need any art. The game is reasonable, although occasionally you'll run into a card that has two words that don't seem to rhyme. Certainly I don't see this game being any worse than Taboo, and it's actually more enjoyable in cases.
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