THE DRAWING GAME IS BACK!!!!
Check out this great video
Side splitting fun for the entire family and your friends. Let your mind run wild in the new drawing game,
YOU SAID YOU COULD DRAW! Here is the challenge, the drawing is done Blinded folded. Sounds Easy,
but when the world goes dark, you’ll be amazed at what your mind creates.
Each of the cards from the game consists of six words with a dice number. Players roll a dice to see what word they have to draw. Here is the challenge, you are blindfolded. Sounds easy until the world around you grows dark and you lose connection with your hand. Then the power of your mind takes over and your work of art is revealed, WOW and You Said You Could Draw! The fun happens when your opponents try to guess your masterpiece.
I created this game because my family needed a time when they could just
put the worries of the world aside for a bit and just laugh out loud. I feel the game has accomplished this goal because even after playing we still talk
about and laugh about the pictures we drew.
If you are into laughing and drawing, I think you have found your next new game for game night. Stay safe and let your mind draw.
"All in all I have had a great time with this game. The blindfold is what makes this special, and rolling the die to select the prompt causes each player to begin their turns on the same artistry level as their opponents."
- Travis Lopez
" I found it to be a really fun game and it would be worth the purchase, this game was very entertaining and is a hilarious game to play with friends or family members. The distinction between "You Said You Could Draw" to other drawing related games, is that you're doing so while blindfolded. This actually makes the game quite enjoyable, and "levels out the playing field," making drawing fair for all players, and creating lots of laughter and memories." - E.V.
This is a playthrough of the game with
Stella & Tarrant
"When I sit and think about "You Said You Could Draw", I imagine a large group of family and/or friends getting together drawing crazy things and laughing their behinds off. Games like "Apples to Apples" and "Say Anything" are highly successful because of that social aspect. This game gives me the same sense of light-hearted casual family-friendly fun."
- Vincent Paone
Check this podcast from Rulebooks Anonymous with Dennis Bagley. Go to 58:18 into the podcast for the game review.
"Despite or, more likely, because of its simplicity, You Said You Could Draw is immediately engaging. The components serve their purpose well." - Selwyn Ward
"So how does YSYCD stack up in the crowded universe of party drawing games? My players enjoyed it quite a bit, the shared experience of guessing and the good-natured laughter at some of the drawings and interpretations of the drawings. It's an evolution of drawing games and worth a look if you enjoy this sort of game." - B Catron