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All in all, Use Your Words executes well on what it sets out to offer: An accessible party game. Your mileage will definitely vary with the amount of people you have to play with, and three people are needed at minimum to play. But if you have enough friends at your disposal there is definitely a lot of fun to be had in this game, and it will certainly create great memories with your friends and family.
Use Your Words is meant to be as much a conversation starter as it is a game. It’s less about challenge and more about luck, so if you’re only interested in winning you may be missing the point. It’s possible to play online, but it’s at its best when in the company of jovial friends and family members. The amusing appeal of the game may overstay its welcome, but it’s the perfect jumping on point or chaser to the larger games you’re steering people towards at your party.
Much like the likes of WarioWare DIY and Super Mario Maker, Use Your Words is a game that can only be as fun as you, and your friends and family, are willing to make it. It can be a bundle of laughs if your friendship group features one or two comedy geniuses, but without them it could border on the mundane. There’s only so many fart and poop jokes that people can put in as answers before it gets repetitive, and the fact that there’s nowhere else you can really go with the game once you’ve played its only mode a few times make it a tough sell at its current asking price.