After Having a Successful Play on Kickstarter, Presales of the Popular, New Interactive Role-Play Game Drama Mayhem Continues on Corporate Website

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Crowdfunders invested more than $18,000, seven times the initial campaign goal, in the new game that combines the fun of ‘Cards Against Humanity’ with ‘Charades’ to offer about six million different funny and dramatic scenarios for friends and families to enjoy at home while also great for team-building at company events

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With over six million possible character and game scenarios, our supporters will find that Drama Mayhem means family game night will never get old.

After raising more than $18,000 on Kickstarter, more than seven times its initial crowdfunding campaign goal, presales the popular new interactive role-play game Drama Mayhem will continue at

“We’re very grateful for all the game-loving crowdfunders out there who made our campaign a success on Kickstarter and have allowed us to continue presales on our corporate website,” said game creator Don Wilder. “With over six million possible character and game scenarios, our supporters will find that Drama Mayhem means family game night will never get old.”

With Drama Mayhem, players take turns acting out funny, dramatic and controversial roles. To play, players select one person to be “the judge,’ who then draws a ‘scenario card’ and selects two role-players. From there, a game timer is set for 60 seconds and spectating players enjoy the performances – with the judge selecting the winner at the end of each round.

The game also comes with ‘quirk cards,’ which make the role plays even more wild and interesting with unlikely random match-ups of characters adding to the hilarity of the unique scenarios.

For people who enjoy party games, Wilder says Drama Mayhem resembles a cross between ‘Cards Against Humanity’ and ‘Charades’ – allowing players who like acting or improv “to enjoy a quick and easy way to get a quick lineup of awesome scenarios, characters and quirk prompts in one great game.”

The base Drama Mayhem Game is for ages six and up and comes with:

  • 60 Scenario Cards
  • 60 Quirk Cards
  • 3 Game Coins
  • Game Instructions
  • Game Packaging Box

In addition to offering a fun game for family and friends at home, Wilder says Drama Mayhem is also a great team-building activity “that’s perfect for corporate ice-breaking events, pre-meeting warm-ups, and company retreats.”

Crowdfunders can also invest $15 more to receive an ‘Adult Extension Pack’ which includes an additional 60 ‘adult-only’ scenario cards, more in the ‘Cards Against Humanity’ ilk.

“We created the extension pack of 60 cards for 18 years and up for the college age and young-adult party crowd and for fun at dinner parties when the adults are having a good time without the kids,” he said. “With either version, Drama Mayhem does more than break the ice for social get-togethers… and it’s certain to bring some hilarious moments of laughter to your group of friends and family members.”

Wilder says the idea behind the game is to bring out fun, crazy dramatic scenarios and characters that players can act out – providing a fun, simple game format that brings people closer together.

“We love stories, and every good story is marked by some type of drama or dilemma,” Wilder said. “With Drama Mayhem, we’re all putting some ‘good drama’ back in the world.”

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