Simply Nerdy Mom: Tattoo Stories Party Game by Bicycle

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Tattoo Stories Party Game by Bicycle


Whether you love tattoos, art, or just fun in general, you are going to love the newest game from Bicycle called Tattoo Stories! 

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Tattoo Stories is a fun, artistic expression game for ages 12 and older where 4 to 6 players draw up tattoos based on 5 individual cards. Tattoo creations must include some element from each card. 

Now, it's no secret that I love tattoos. I'm covered in them with more planned out. I also really love art and a creative challenge. I'm pretty sure that runs in my family as more than half of my family are artists and my cousin has even made a career out of it. I also have quite a few professional tattoo artists in my circle of friends as well so this is a really fun game to play with any of them. but you don't have to be an artist to enjoy this. As a matter of fact, I think not being able to draw well could add even more fun to the game. And honestly, who knows? Maybe you'll discover your next (or first) tattoo! 


Description: 

Tattoo Stories is a drawing party game where your art skills don’t matter. In a series of quick-paced tattoo competitions, win the most points by making up tattoos and telling the best stories. Compete to get your tattoo and story selected. It’s easy to learn, and you’ll be having fun in a matter of 3 minutes. You will be surprised by the creative tattoos and stories you and your friends can make up.

The game includes lots of fun, creative prompts (tattoo elements) to help you design the best tattoo. This game is fun to play with your friends and family. Each player has a dry erase board and marker on which to draw their tattoos. The “customer” chooses five cards, containing tattoo elements that should be included in their tattoo. Then, the “tattoo artists” will have three minutes to ask the customer questions, and create their tattoo. After the three minutes are up, each player will reveal their tattoo to the group, and pitch their tattoo to the customer. The customer awards each individual element card to the person who used it best/most creatively. The player with the most cards after every player has drawn twice wins the game.

4-6 players
Ages 12+
15-30 minute play time


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