Perfect Pitch: The Made-Up Movie Game
Perfect Pitch: The Made-Up Movie Game

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Perfect Pitch is a quick improv party game for 3 to 10 players. Teams take turns pitching movie ideas whose title is taken from a deck of cards. It has been successfully playtested and produced.

Perfect Pitch is loosely based on "Made-Up Movie", a popular improv comedy bit from The Adam Carolla Show, a morning radio program from 2006-2009 and podcast from 2009 on.

I'm running a Kickstarter campaign to see who wants to buy the game. I'm NOT asking for donations. The more people that pledge, the more money I can save on production and the nicer I can make the finished product. To reiterate: The game is finished and I need to know how many copies to print.

For less than the cost of 9.53 cups of coffee, you can own this game.

What the critics are saying:

"Perfect Pitch is a fun, fast-paced party game that takes seconds to prep and learn." David Jensen, Everything Board Games

"It's a solid game... a good party game." Peter Vaughan, Breaking Games

"Non-stop social interaction and team brainstorming make this the game the Perfect Pitch for your next party!" - Brian Henk, Overworld Games

"A rollicking, non-stop thrill ride! The smash hit of the season!" John Van Valkenburgh, designer of Perfect Pitch

The game comes with 120 word cards and a box. The word cards have been carefully selected to provide the greatest opportunity for creativity and comedy. If I raise $300, I will include a rule sheet in the box, printed on normal paper. If I raise $6,000 or more, I will get it mass produced by Panda Games Manufacturing and the rule sheet will be nicer.

Anyone who can speak English can play, but for legal reasons it says age 14+ on the box.

I also have a print-and-play version available for $5 on Kickstarter. You download a pdf file and print it, then cut it up into little cards.

Playtested at:

First Play: L.A.

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Special Thanks

Special thanks to Adam Carolla, Astrid Dalmady and Peter Vaughan at Breaking Games, Brian Henk at Overworld Games, Ta-Te Wu at Sunrise Tornado Game Studio, and Joey Vigour of Joey's Weekly Anarchist Game Crusher for Badasses. I couldn't have done it without you.

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