Yo, what’s up everyone, it’s your boy Cap here, and I’ve got a game that’s gonna knock your socks off. It’s called Capital Punishment and it’s a game that’ll get the entire party involved, whether it’s a camping trip with the boys, a bachelorette party, or a pre-game get-together. It’s perfect for any occasion, and it’s gonna be a blast.
Now, I know some of you might be thinking, “Cap, I don’t have time to learn a complicated game.” But let me tell you, this game is easy as pie. It’s not one of those games where you gotta play six or seven rounds before you finally get the hang of it. Capital Punishment is all about pop culture debates, so you don’t have to spend hours learning how to play. It’s simple and it’s fun, that’s all you need to know.
But that’s not all, folks. Capital Punishment is also the perfect ice breaker. You know how sometimes you’re at a party and you don’t know anyone? Well, this game is gonna change all that. With Capital Punishment, you’re gonna be able to break the ice with anyone and get everyone on the same page. You’ll be making new friends and arguing your hearts out. It’s a blast.
And the best part? Capital Punishment is constantly updated. We don’t want things to get boring, so we’re always adding new names and celebrities to the game. So, you’ll never get tired of playing. It’s the perfect game for game night.
So, how do you play? It’s simple. You start by shuffling the Main Deck and the Punishment Deck. Then you deal each player five cards from the Main Deck. You put the decks in the middle of the table, and you pick a first Judge. Then everyone but the Judge can replace one card from their hand with another from the Main Deck at the beginning of each round.
Next, you pick one card from your hand and submit it to the Judge face-down. The Judge flips the cards once everyone has submitted. Then, you get to make your “opening argument” to convince the Judge and other players that your card is the worst one on the table. Once everyone has said their piece, you can challenge others’ cases and enhance your own.
When the Judge has heard enough, they’ll decide which card is the worst of the worst. Whoever played the card picked by the Judge wins the round. The Judge flips a Punishment Card, and the Punishment Card and the points go to the winner. Rinse and repeat with a new Judge each round. That’s the game.
It all ends when one player gets to five points, or if someone plays the Whistleblower Strategy Card, or when the table gets flipped. Just kidding, but it’s gonna be a wild ride. Trust me, you’re gonna love this game. So, grab your friends and family, and let’s get ready to have some fun with Capital Punishment.