Learn how to play Red Flags. Find out how to play fast with this quick Red Flags game rules guide.
Suitable for 3 – 10 players | 30 – 30 mins duration | Recommended age 17+ | Game complexity: EASY
Genre: Card Games,Humour,Party Game Solo game mode: No Co-op: No
Online Version: Yes
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What is the goal? #
- Play Red Flags with 3 to 10 players.
- A player must win 7 cards to win the game.
- Red flags is about convincing your friends to go on terrible dates.
Game setup #
- Put the white cards (Perks) and red cards (Red Flags) in stacks on the table so that all players can reach them.
- Pick a player to be the Single.
- The rest of the players take 4 Perks and 3 Red Flags.
1. Play The Perks #
- Each perk card represents a quality you’re looking for when dating. They make your date amazing.
- Pick two Perks to create the best date for the Single.
- Each player plays their two Perks and reads the cards out loud starting with the player to the left of the Single.
2. Play the Red Flags #
These cards are the qualities that make your date really awful.
Once all Perks are read, starting with the player to the Single’s left, each player plays a Red Flag onto the player to their left.
3. Debate which date the Single should pick #
Now the players argue why the Single should pick their character and reject the rest. Singles should imagine that they will be dating this person for a very long time, and will have to perform all the usual dating duties.
4. Single selects date #
- The Single chooses a date.
- The selected player keeps their Red Flag from that date
- Each Red Flag card kept is worth 1 point.
- The player to the left of the Single is now the new Single.
How to win? #
Go twice around the table for a short game. In a longer game, the first player to seven points wins.
When a card with a in it is played. The player who played the card gets to fill in the blank with anything they want.
For example: _ in the card below could be played as Eyes, Biceps, or Brother.