Apple to Apples fans, this one's for you, and only you. Test your knowledge of your favorite party starter -- if you like, you can even make a game out of it!
Out of the Box Pulishing had already sold 3 million copies of the game before it sold its rights to Mattel in 2007.
The first pair of expansion packs and the second pair have been separately bundled to create the Party Box editions.
Examples of those 749 Red Apple Cards include "Britney Spears" and "Picking your nose."
"Felonious" may not be a real card, but some awesome examples of real cards are "Fat & Happy" and "Thick & Chunky."
This limited crate edition of Apples to Apples is still available on sites like Amazon.com.
Mind Over Matter didn't make the grade, but Fluxx and Quiddler did. Fluxx, a popular card game which has sold over 450,000 copies, allows players multiple opportunities to make up new rules.
The space-based "Jump Gate" wowed the editors at Games with its simple design and emphasis on strategy.
An example of a punishment is having to play a Red Apple Card in the next round before the Green Apple Card is even revealed.
In the most common iteration of the drinking game, the players who fail to win the Green Apple Card in each round take a drink of the judge's choice.
"My Pet Monkey" may not be a real card, but the most popular ones include "My Body" and "My Love Life"
"High School Mascot" may not be a real card, but "High School Football" and "High School Reunions" sure are.
Although young murder victim JonBenet Ramsey isn't featured in the game, a lot of Apples to Apples players consider the less-than-tasteful matches a big part of the fun.
A little odd, but true; it will make a great gift for your next Bar Mitzvah.
There may not be a Russian edition, but there's a Yiddish Edition, a Junior Jewish Edition, a German Edition and a British Isles Edition.
Patently untrue. In fact, the rules encourage players to participate in "table talk" to promote their submission or someone else's.
You get seven cards at the game's start. Each time you play a Red Apple Card, you pick another card to get back to seven.
In the middle of a family game of Apples to Apples, Bill Becker from Madison, Wisc. proposed to his girlfriend (now wife) Ashleigh with a custom card reading "Will you marry me, Ashleigh?"
Andre Agassi didn't quite pass muster, but both Bart and Homer Simpson made the cut, as did other stars like Michelle Pfeiffer.
The quote on the Worms card, from "Hamlet," reads, "A man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that has fed of that worm."
Backseat Drawing players have to draw clues based on their partner's descriptions.