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Sussed? Game Review

Welcome to this edition of the regular blog feature Board Game Analysis.  Please note, this post contains affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here. This week we are looking at Sussed? All Sorts that is a card game for 2-10 players aged 6+.

What’s in the box? 

  • How to play booklet
  • Score sheets pad
  • 55 scenario cards 
Red die with white spots on a grey background

Objective and gameplay

Sussed is so simple but so much fun, it is ingenious.  Each player is given a card that has four questions on it. Player one reads out the first question on their card and then writes their answer on their score sheet. All other players write the answer that they think player one agrees with most. 

The yellow, red and white box for Sussed?

Example question

Which do I hate most?

A. Mondays

B. Crowds

C Vegetables

Players then say their answer and then player one reveals what is the answer that they felt most applies to them. If a player gets it correct then they can add three points to their scorecard. 

Then the next player reads out the first question on their card and play continues. Once each player has read out and played the first question on their card, they then move on to question two. 

If you know for sure a person’s answer then you can circle it. Then if you are correct your points double so you would score six points for that question. However, you may only circle an answer once for each player in the whole game. 

At the end of the game when each player has read and answered all four questions on their scenario card, players add up their scores and the player with the highest score wins. 

Sussed game box with the score sheet pad in front and then the game cards in front of that.
Great for conversations!


This game brings so much joy. Each time we play, we have so much fun and laugh a lot. It is great seeing what people think you will answer and how well people know you. Sometimes you will be surprised how well people know you and sometimes you are shocked by how little you know a person!  

We play this game regularly and have played in small groups of three or four players and also in a group of ten. I definitely recommend everyone to add this to their game cupboard. 


There are other versions of this fantastic game too which I have not yet tried but hope to very soon. 

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