Devil's Advocate is a Debate Game That Purposely Causes Controversy

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Sep 17, 2015
References: kickstarter & devilsadvocategame
Devil's Advocate is a debate game that gets those at a social gathering to argue over topics ranging from the very trivial to the fairly thought-provoking.

Taking its cue from incredibly popular social card games like Cards Against Humanity, this new debate game asks players to choose random topics, argue about them and then pick debate winners. Topics for the debate game include: "Grilled cheese beats peanut butter and jelly," "DJs are not musicians," and "It's okay for humans to send trash into outer space." The card reader in each round picks the winners of the debate: players get points not based on whether they've convinced the reader, but whether they've been able to accurately predict the reader's answer.

While the debate game allows players to flex their arguing muscles, their success ultimately hinges on their knowledge or ability to guess their friends' opinions. Devil's Advocate is sure to liven up any social occasion, for better or for worse.