A poster for ‘You can’t say that!’ yesterday.
5 years ago we started fucking around with a homemade card game ‘You can’t say that!’. We finally turned it into an app, but it seems ‘You can’t say that!’ should be taken literally with it coping the big ban stick. But don’t fret, we didn’t swap two stolen laptops to developers to do all that work for nothing. We’ve now told them to take care of it for us, and they’ve hastily made it available for you as a free (and inferior we might add) mobile game.
OK, SO WTF IS IT?
It’s basically non-pc charades. A game where players have to guess a naughty word that their teammates are trying to act out. The objective is to guess the phrase or word within the allocated time. When the guesser guesses correctly their team all shouts out ‘You can’t say that!’. So, if you’re a foul-mouthed cunt who loves shitting in the face of political correctness it gives the perfect cover to naturally be yourself in a social environment.
HOW DO I PLAY?
You can play You can’t say that! here. There you simply press start and you’ll then get a word and the timer will begin. But if you’re a fussy fucker you can choose another word and the timer will start again.
WHAT ARE THE RULES?
Well, if you’re playing this game then you’re not the sort of person who follows rules. But anyway, like we said it’s basically charades. You act out a word without saying it and the other person on your team has to guess it in the allocated time. Either make up the rest & the scoring yourself or if you’re a complete spaz you can find the rules of You Can’t Say That!
Now, we’ve only tested in iPhone, but we figure it will work on Android. And as it’s not an app you won’t get annoying notifications reminding you to play (and people also can’t tell us how shit it is in App store reviews), which means you’ll also have to save it in your bookmarks so that you remember the thing actually exists. Now, you’ve got 120 seconds to say ‘Tight arse’, without actually saying it. Fire away, fuck stick. Play You can’t say that! now.
Oh and join the You can’t say that! facebook page if you like.