Truth or Dare is one of the all-time classic party games.
The rules usually go something like this: Everyone takes turns
asking one another "truth or dare?" If they choose truth, they have
to answer a question of the asker's choosing. If they choose dare,
the asker dares them to do something rather than make a confession.
Our games are a bit different in that they have a predetermined set
of questions and dares; which are chosen at random on each turn. So
before the game starts, everyone can look over the game to make sure they
are comfortable with the options.
When choosing the game options for any given turn, there's no
history, so you might get the same options again and again, as luck
has it. So make you dares something that's fun to do over and over.
How to play
Select a game from the above list.
Choose a player to go first. Have a different player hold the
phone, and have them hit the play button; all the while keeping the
results of the turn hidden from the first player.
Now the first player picks either truth or dare, and the results of
the turn are revealed.
Often, people agree beforehand to allow for a person to skip their
turn by taking a drink, or some other agreed upon substitution.
This is a nice safety valve to ensure everybody has fun and feels
Creating your own games
You can create a game from scratch simply by clicking the add
button, which can be found by clicking the "Mine" button at the
top of the screen.
If you see a game that is close to what you want, you can import it
by clicking on the "Import" button from within the game. This will
create a copy of the game that belongs to you, which you can then
edit to suit your tastes.
Truth or Dare remains a popular and often lighthearted game, enjoyed
by people of all ages as a means of breaking the ice, creating
laughter, or simply having fun. Its enduring appeal lies in its
simplicity and the potential for revealing interesting or humorous
aspects of the participants' personalities and experiences.
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Did you know?
Truth or dare is a common plot device in teen-focused shows and
movies like "Riverdale" and "Euphoria" where characters use the game
to explore their relationships and create drama.
The movie "Truth or Dare" (2018) was a film directed by Jeff Wadlow
revolving around a group of friends who get trapped in a deadly
version of the truth or dare game after returning from a trip to
In the TV Show: "Pretty Little Liars" (Various Episodes) - The
characters often played truth or dare to uncover secrets and create
History of the Game
The exact origins of the game "truth or dare" are unclear, but it
has a long history and is believed to have been played in various
forms for centuries. It's difficult to pinpoint a precise starting
point, as it likely evolved over time and across different cultures.
According to Wikipedia, the truth or dare game has existed in it's
current form for at least three hundred of years, and similar games
can be traced back to ancient Greece.
The game is often associated with parlor games of the late 19th and
early 20th centuries, where it was sometimes known as "Questions and
Commands" or "Forfeits." These games typically involved participants
taking turns asking each other personal questions (truths) or giving
them challenging tasks or commands (dares) with the understanding
that they would face consequences or penalties if they refused to
answer truthfully or carry out the dare.