Give Me the Brain is a discard-style card game designed by James Ernest and released in 1996 by Cheapass Games. In the game, players assume the role of zombies ...
In Give Me the Brain!, the players are zombies working at a fast food restaurant. There's a lot of jobs to be done but most of them don't require any brains.
Game Design by James Ernest Art by Brian Snōddy. 112 cards, die, and rulesheet in a 6" × 9" box. Suggested Retail Price $19.99 Stock number 1802 UPC 837654320914
Working in fast-food is hell. All the employees are zombies, and you can't find a single brain amongst them. Except for the brain part - there is, in fact, one brain ...
Give Me the Brain! (color edition) ... Just one of many ways to lose your brain in this fast, fun, and exceptionally silly game.
Welcome to Friedey's, the Fast Food Restaurant of the Damned. You and your coworkers are zombies with lots of chores to finish, but only one Brain to pass around.
to give a deep throat blow job they say its so deep it hits the brain
Game: Give Me The Brain Board game manufacturer: Cheapass/James Ernest Games Number of players: 2-8Quick verdict Brain is a fun card game that’s best
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Tom Vasel reviews Give me the Brain from Steve Jackson Games To buy the game, go to http://tinyurl.com/givemethebrain For more info and reviews, check out ...