Any successful relationship requires "giving" and "taking". But just how much are you willing to "give" and "take" in your relationship? In this light-hearted game aimed at the comical foibles of men (blue) and women (pink), you must stay balanced on the Relationship Tightrope in order to come out the winner!
With this fun theme, you can expect some hilarious exchanges around the game table!
Tom Vasel (4 out of 5)
Uberplay games has burst into the game market this past year with more games than many game companies have produced in their history. In Korea, I haven’t really come across too many of their games, but I picked up several at Origins ’04 and have really been impressed. It’s always a pleasure to see another company producing quality “designer” games, and these are not an exception. When I first heard of Relationship Tightrope (Uberplay Games, 2004 - Reiner Knizia), the reviews were mixed. Most folk claimed that it was a fun, light game, but that the theme turned them off. Knowing Knizia’s penchant for themes is light to begin with, I didn’t think the theme would deter me from the game.
Michael French (5 out of 5)
I haven't yet played this release of the game but the German game that it is based on is one of my all-time favorite games. I'm very glad that Uberplay is doing a release of this game and it looks like they've picked a really cool theme as well. The object of the game is to stay as balanced as possible in your relationship. You do that buy playing "bidding" cards in rounds. Whoever plays the highest bidding card, gets blue sticks and whoever plays the lowest card, gets pink sticks - the number of sticks you are bidding on depend on which card you turn over. The game plays quickly, it's nice and light but there is also some strategy involved in the decision making. If you are looking for a ni
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