The trivia game where it´s right to be wrong!
In Brainfart, players are faced with 1,100 inane, ridiculous, and laugh-out-loud questions. The challenge? To blurt out the opposite of the correct answer with no time for thinking. It’s harder than it sounds! Who can keep it going the longest and who blanks out completely?
Game-play: Begin play by choosing one person to read the questions in the first round and one person to answer. The answerer should keep answering one question after another as long as they answer correctly (that is, incorrectly). Answers must come quickly, without hesitation. It's up to the reader to decide whether the answers are fast enough, but a few seconds is a good rule of thumb. Answers that take too long are considered a wrong answer and play passes to the next player.
The reader continues by asking the new answered questions from the same card, picking up with the next question. When all questions from a card have been asked, draw a new card from the pile. A new reader can take over at any time.
The player with the highest number of correct questions in a row is considered the leader. If another player beats their record, they are now the person to beat. Play for a set number of rounds, and the person with the highest score at the end wins.