I’m Pretty Savvy is a party game where you have one minute to answer as many cards as possible with prompts ranging from trivia questions to listing 3 to 4 things fitting the card. I played this with my family and we had quite a fun time, so here are all of my thoughts on the game.
A copy of this game was provided for the purposes of this review.
As I said, I’m Pretty Savvy is a party game for 2+ players where each player gets 1-minute turns to try and get through as many cards as possible. Each card is worth a point and your answers can be challenged by other players if they don’t seem fitting. Players decide what point value is the win condition value, so you could have a short game or a long game based on what you decide.
The cards offer a variety of prompts. You could be asked to list four things you need to survive the zombie apocalypse or three current quarterbacks in the NFL. There are also tricky trivia questions like how does a scientist make matter? And some cards request you to do something like quote a line from a movie and then name the movie title. It is a good variety that keeps you on your toes and with 500 cards you won’t need to worry about repeating any unless you do an endless game.
I played with a group of five players which was a perfect amount to play with. Everyone commented how fun and funny the game was since you come up with some really ridiculous answers when under time pressure. It’s also so easy to set up and start playing since all you need is the cards, a timer, and a way to track points. I’ve already decided that I’m Pretty Savvy is joining my holiday games lineup to pull out for Thanksgiving or Christmas or family gatherings.
Overall I really enjoyed I’m Pretty Savvy, even more than I expected. It’s a good mix of casual party games and needing knowledge to win. You can really play this with anyone and modify the stricter rules if you see fit, and there is also a team version if that works better for you. With good replayability and lots of laughs had, I highly recommend this game.
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