Slightly Scandalous Seder Cards is a hilarious Seder-themed family-friendly card game. A fun way to tell the Passover story, a lovely gift for your Seder hosts, and especially good for passing those long yontiff hours.
Print and Play
This version of the game comes in a digital file so you can make your own game at home!
What you'll need:
Recommended: white card stock (A4)
You may print the cards in color or black and white. There are printable card backs as well so you can identify which are the question cards and which are the answer cards.
We recommend using an old cereal box to make a container for your cards. Don't forget to label them Kosher For Passover!
Please note: the pre-order of Slightly Scandalous Seder Cards is scheduled for release March 1st, 2020. Orders will be shipped to customers mid-March in order to arrive by Passover.
Wondering why you should buy this game? Here are a few excellent reasons:
The game is hilarious
A fun and engaging way to tell the story of yitziat mitzrayim
Excellent educational tool for all things Passover
Hours upon hours of fun
How else are you going to stay up talking about the exodus until it’s time for the morning prayer?
Who is it for?
Take into account:
Vocabulary. The vocabulary in the game might be advanced for some readers (e.g. "Autonomy and adult responsibilities")
Some dark themes. (e.g. "Pain and affliction," "Burying a body in the sand.")
Esoteric religious references. Most of the cards are explained on the Rules & Reference key, but some are not. (e.g. "Borrowing fire from the neighbors.")
How to play
This item contains the core game.
24 Question cards
256 Answer cards
1 Rules & reference key
Deal each player 7 answer cards, face down (matzah side up).
One person is the judge in each round. The judge turns over a question card and reads the question aloud. The other players each select what they think is the best answer from their hand and give it face down to the judge (so the judge doesn’t know who played which card). Once the judge has received all the cards, they turn them over, read the answers aloud, and select a winner. Whoever played the winning answer gets the question card. The person sitting to the left of the judge becomes the judge for the next round. Whoever has the most question cards at the end of the game is the winner.
Don't get the reference? Look up your card in the reference key.
What People Are Saying
"We’re having such a blast playing this game! It’s been fun for both the kids and adults and great entertainment with all the company we’ve been having!"
- CB Berkovits
"We had a great seder […] and spent most of today playing games. including quite a few hours playing Seder Cards. Thanks, Liora Sophie Halevi – "The finger of god" is now a catchphrase amongst my kids."
- Alit Shrensky Sedley
"First of all, this game was AMAZING. We played tonight after chag and we only stopped because we were a lot of people and ran out of cards (which still took a while). It was really so fun, I can’t even describe it to you. I’m waiting for the expansion packs! No Pesach will ever be complete without this game from now on."