Moke Gabs - A Local Fun Kine Card Game
A fun kine card game from Hawaiiverse!
Each card has gibberish that sounds like a local phrase when read aloud.
for example... KEEP SAYING:
LOGO MOLE GO
Until you figure out it's supposed to be:
If you want a fun game for da family pick up MokeGabs, and see who can figure out da local sayings.
Awesome and fun game because it’s so local kine game!
I’m sure whoever I gift these Moke Gabs to, they’ll have fun!!!
Excited to play over the holidays
I am so excited and can’t wait to bus out this game at our family Christmas gathering it’s to be a blast 😃
- 50 cards (200 phrases)
- 1 rule card
- 1 message from Hawaiiverse
- The 1st team chooses a person to hold the card - the rest of the team will guess.
The holder sits across of the guesser(s).
- The 2nd team starts a timer for 30 - 60 seconds (you decide).
- The 1st team guesser begins reading the gibberish facing them aloud - the correct answer is on the other side. If a guesser correctly figures out the local phrase, the holder may flip another card.
- Guessers keep guessing until the timer runs out. A team can skip a card at
any time, but cannot score any points for it once it’s skipped. A team can guess as many phrases as they want, but skipped or unguessed cards can be stolen by the other team.
- When time runs out, score 1 point for all correctly guessed phrases. Any
skipped or unguessed cards can be guessed & stolen by the other team’s guesser(s), scoring 1 point for each steal, but they must guess immediately.
- Switch teams, and continue until 15 points are scored.
- In the event of a tie, flip one final card at random, and have 1 guesser from each team make a guess as fast as possible.
You can change these rules to fit your playstyle. The main goals are to have fun, and embrace your local side!
Each card has 4 phrases; two on each side. They are not categorized, but each phrases comes from everyday local life (think food, slang, animals, etc.) There's nothing too niche, they should all be pretty apparent if you're familiar with Hawaiʻi.
- The card holder should not give guidance or hints on the phrase (unless you're playing house rules.)
- A tie occurs if a team scores 15 points but leaves enough cards to be stolen by the other team at the end of the timer.
- Keep saying the word out loud, it helps a lot.
- It is possible to play with more than two teams or uneven teams.
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