Nothing to See Here
An Outrageous Storytelling Game for Adults
Nothing to See Here is the hilariously naughty party game you've been missing--use your cards to come up with a "believable" story to explain your way out of any number of outrageously compromising positions.
What would you say if you, a florist, got caught half-naked behind the curtains holding a cucumber? Or if you, an electrician, are found under the bed, covered in oil, and bound with fluffy handcuffs?
In Nothing to See Here, a raunchy, sex-positive card game, each round has one dealer and two to seven additional players. The dealer comes home to discover a host of random characters in all sorts of shocking positions that lead them to believe their partner is cheating! The players start each round with an identity, location, and physical state card and have to come up with a narrative to explain that there's nothing to see here--and not get caught in the act. For an extra layer of fun, the dealer and other players give players item cards that they have to seamlessly weave into their story. Good luck explaining that massage oil and feather tickler!
Warning: total hilarity may ensue.
About this Author
Yuxin Gao, Rachel Li, and Mary Georgescu are graduates of the NYU game center and founders of Eat Melon Studio. In the summer of 2020, they were selected for the NYU Game Center Incubator and are the winners of the prestigious Bigglesworth Family Foundation Grant. Nothing to See Here was developed in cooperation with designers Wenjing Ma, Jin Wu, and Dannan Wen and showcased at Indiecade, Boston Fig, and Conneticut Fig.
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