Toxic selection of dark and deadly scenarios anyone?

Bucket of Doom

Good, then we’ll begin. Imagine, if you will, you’re doing 100mph when the steering wheel comes off in your hands…or wonder how you’ll get away from a baying bunch of militant vegans whilst wearing Lady Gaga’s meat dress or perhaps you’ve woken up to find yourself the backend of a human centipede…Not to worry, Bucket of Doom with these and many other scenarios will assist you with a selection of useless objects to story tell your way out of these situations. Players each hold illustrations of eight useless items then dip into the Bucket of Doom and must convince other players how best they might deploy said item (a selection from the hundred are a Alphabetti Spaghetti, 1D gig ticket, ET’s finger and Kim Jung-un’s phone number) to avoid certain death/destruction/general bad times. Players vote for the best/funniest/most ridiculous plan and the person with the most votes wins the card. Aimed squarely at over-18s, Bucket of Doom has the perfect mix of hideously bad situations, from downright daft to the potentially offensive.  Launched on Kickstarter, Bucket of Doom is the latest badult game on this increasingly popular scene, ideal for play where good friends gather grab your piece of the action before the Daily Mail find out it exists, run a negative piece slating anyones warped and anti-societal attitudes and it sells out in seconds – Your Bucket of Doom is over here, this way please.

About Peter Jenkinson

Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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