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Incohearant Game Rules How to Play Guide

Check out our how to play Incohearant Game Rules explained in simple steps.

Players: 2 to 20 | Game duration from: 20 mins | Game Complexity: EASY How to play Incohearent rules in simple steps

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What is the goal?

Each card has a combination of words on the front. When you recite the words, it sounds like the phrase written on the back.
For example, reciting “thirds teeth or stay” loudly, sounds like “thirsty Thursday.” 
Compete to decode the phrases before the timer runs out.

Incohearant card game examples
Some Incohearant Card Game examples

Incohearant Card Game Examples:

'though wok calves aim' is decoded into "the walk of shame"
'real agents sip gulls' is decoded into "relationship goals"


Free for All (for smaller groups)

In the round, choose 1 person to be the JUDGE while the others are TRANSLATORS.

Start of Round: The judge starts by flipping the timer and holding up the front of a card.
The translators read the card and try to decode it. The judge is allowed to give 1 hint.

1st person to decode wins the card. If no one wins the card, or everyone passes, the judge pulls the next card.

The round ends when the 60 second timer runs out or 3 cards have been decoded.
The next Translator (in a counter-clockwise direction) becomes the Judge.

How do you win? 1st player to decode 13 cards is the winner.

Squad-Up (for Bigger Groups)

Split into 2 teams. Each team will play 3 rounds.
The team that has decoded more cards at the end wins.
If tied, each team selects a translator for a sudden death showdown.
The translator who decodes the card 1st wins the game for the team.

How do you win?

For Free for all, the player who decodes 13 cards is the winner.
For Squad-Up, the team that had decoded the most cards at the end of 3 rounds wins.

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