WE BELIEVE IN GOOD OLD-FASHIONED FUN.
Call us old-fashioned but we think there’s something special about spending time with people in real life. We (Jake and George) created Rabble because we wanted something that instantly gets people talking and snorting with laughter. Our mission is to help you make the most out of your time with friends, both old and new. Needless to say, we're excited to have you along for the ride.
How do I play Rabble?
Is Rabble family-friendly?
Sorta. Rabble is recommended for ages 17+. There are definitely some inappropriate cards in the game such as “BDSM” and “Drunk Sex”. We marked the most “naughty” cards so you can easily take them out depending on who you’re playing with. Even if you remove all the “naughty” cards though, Rabble is probably best for ages 13+. Whether that means you can bring Rabble to your next family reunion, well, we’ll leave that to you to decide.
What’s up with your Instagram - are those actual cards?
Rather than post pictures from our trip to Nantucket or what we had for breakfast, we're using Instagram for its true propose: testing out potential Rabble Cards. So while every card won't make the cut, we're looking to see which cards people like and react to. More "hearts" means a higher chance the card will be in the final game. Got an idea for a card? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Isn’t this just a copy of Salad Bowl, Celebrity, Fish Bowl?
Rabble is inspired by a public domain game that goes by many names: Fishbowl, Salad Bowl, Celebrity, or most commonly, “OH, that game!” Yes, there are similar boxed versions of the game - we’ve played them all and loved them. But we think Rabble is different. We changed the rules to be easier to pick-up and our Rabble Cards aren’t limited to just people, but encompass everything. How else can you demonstrate “twerking” to your friends? Challenge Cards also change the game. Nothing is as satisfying as making your friends talk like, a totally chill, like, Valley Girl who also has T-Rex arms.