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How to Play Confessions The Game of Secrets & Lies

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The most innocent looking person begins the game as the Confessor. The Confessor picks up the top Confession card and reads the statement aloud.

They will now finish telling the story that is started by the card by either revealing something that’s true or by telling a believable lie.

The Confessor then places a voting card with their answer face up on the table, which is kept hidden by placing the Confession card that was just read out on top. To keep their answer a secret, the Confessor may want to do this under the table.

The other players now vote on whether the confession they’ve just heard was genuine (True) or was in fact made up (Lie).

Once everyone has voted, the Confessor will reveal their actual answer and if true, they may elaborate on the story, assuming they are happy to share the details.

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CONFESSIONS GAME RULES

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HOW TO SCORE

The Confessor gets 1 point for each person that guessed wrong. Players that guessed right also receive 1 point. Play continues clockwise with the player to the left reading out a new Confession card. The person with the most points after 3 complete rounds wins the game.

ADDITIONAL WAYS TO PLAY

There are plenty of ways to spice up the game. Here are a few additional house rules you might like to try…

CROSS-EXAMINATION

Each player may ask the Confessor one question.

The Confessor may take the Fifth Amendment, however, inferences may be drawn from a refusal to answer a question during cross-examination.

CROSS-EXAMINATION

Each player may ask the Confessor one question.

The Confessor may take the Fifth Amendment, however, inferences may be drawn from a refusal to answer a question during cross-examination.

If you’d rather not read the Confession card you’ve picked up due to the likely shame it will bring on you and your family, simply take and read the next card in the deck. Taking a do-over costs 1 point.

STRIP POKER

Each time a player gets a voting decision wrong, they must take o one item of clothing. This continues until someone is down to their undergarments or, if you prefer, completely naked. Taking a do-over costs 1 item of clothing.

CROSS-EXAMINATION

Each player may ask the Confessor one question.

The Confessor may take the Fifth Amendment, however, inferences may be drawn from a refusal to answer a question during cross-examination.

DO OVER

If you’d rather not read the Confession card you’ve picked up due to the likely shame it will bring on you and your family, simply take and read the next card in the deck. Taking a do-over costs 1 point.</p>

STRIP POKER

Each time a player gets a voting decision wrong, they must take o one item of clothing. This continues until someone is down to their undergarments or, if you prefer, completely naked. Taking a do-over costs 1 item of clothing.

Confessions can also be played as an adult drinking game and the alternative drinking rules are included with the game.

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Due to the adult nature of the Confessions game, we recommend that it’s played by guys and girls who are 17+ years of age.

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  • Jun 19, 2019
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