Objective of “SHOTGUN!” The Road Trip Game
The objective of “SHOTGUN!” The Road Trip Game is to score the most points by the end of the game.
Setup for “SHOTGUN!” The Road Trip Game
- Choose a player to be the reader. Obviously this player should not be the driver. You can also choose to rotate who is the reader.
- The reader takes the deck of cards.
- Choose another player to be the scorekeeper. They will keep track of the points scored by players during the game.
Playing “SHOTGUN!” The Road Trip Game
The reader starts the game by drawing one the cards and reading it out loud. What you do next depends on the type of card that you drew.
When you draw a Dashboard Card, players will have to complete some sort of challenge. You will place the card off to the side (the game recommends the car’s dashboard) and the players need to try and remember these cards for when the given situation comes up. When the given situation comes up, the first player to complete the challenge receives the corresponding reward from the card.
Read the Discussion Card out loud. The players will then discuss the topic printed on the card. You cannot earn points from Discussion cards.
Just For Fun Cards
Read the card out loud for the players. Each player provides their answer to the card. No matter what answer you provide, none of the players receive any points.
The reader reads the card out loud. All of the players do what the card says. You cannot earn points from this type of card.
The reader will read out the question printed on the card. The first player to give a correct answer earns a point.
Miscellaneous Other Cards
The game includes other cards that don’t fit into the categories above. Follow the instructions printed on the card and give out points as instructed on the card.
Winning “SHOTGUN!” The Road Trip Game
“SHOTGUN!” The Road Trip Game ends when you either reach your destination or the players get sick of playing the game (get “road trip insanity”). The player that scores the most points wins the game.
Year: 2022 | Publisher: What Do You Meme? | Designer: Elliot Tebele | Artist: NA
Genres: Card, Family, Party
Ages: 12+ | Number of Players: 2+ | Length of Game: 30 minutes+
Difficulty: Light | Strategy: Light | Luck: Moderate-High
Components: 200 cards, pouch to store cards, instructions
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