It works best with an odd number of players so that people get to do both fortunate and unfortunate statements.
Fortunately, Unfortunately is a simple, fun, improvisational game with few rules and limitless possibilities.
The premise is simple: One person chooses an object or person while the other attempts to guess it in 20 questions or less.
Once the subject is chosen, the opposite player sends a series of questions via text, ideally narrowing down the subject through the corresponding yes-or-no answers.
” You would respond negatively and they would move on to another question, such as “Are you a human being? Would You Rather may not be a game built on the moral and ethical quandaries we’re forced to face on a day-to-day basis — at least I hope not — but it will certainly reveal the nature of your character.
” Considering you’re Morgan Freeman, you would reply with “yes.” The game continues in a similar manner until the player guesses the correct answer or surpasses 20 questions, whichever comes first. The basic premise is this: One person asks “would you rather …” followed by two differing hypothetical scenarios.