RALEIGH, N.C., July 9, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/
Composure, the adult card game that made its debut on Kickstarter, recently signed an agreement with Grandma's House Entertainment for a game show inspired and based on the controversial card game. Grandma's House Entertainment launches shows that have been signed and aired on Fox, E!, Travel Channel and more.
Composure challenges groups of friends to reveal their "true-selves" by discussing topics of sexuality, race, politics, religion, socioeconomics, brutality and more. Composure is a multiplayer game, featuring 250 cards and 100 game chips for playing. Each card is designed to reveal personal opinions using uncomfortably and personal content. Players challenge each other to answer questions, and earn chips as they break the composure of other players while keeping their own calm demeanor. During testing, players that stuck to the truth were most likely to win.
Grandma's House Entertainment began in 2013 and launched three new series: Gigi Does It, Coupled and Catching Kelce among others. Their focus is on big reality formats as well as scripted comedies. Grandma's House Entertainment is developing another Kickstarter game concept that was recently picked up by a major cable network. The idea for Composure will draw inspiration from the card game, but no word has been said regarding the overall concept of the television show or when production will begin.
Composure is currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter for $20 with a funding goal of $25,000. For more information about the campaign, visit pr.go2.fund/composure. Everyone that backs the project will be asked to submit questions that will be credited and submitted to the show's producers.
About Savage Society Games
Albert Chou created Savage Society Games specifically to discuss controversial and offensive topics openly. He believes society has gotten to a place where no one can say anything anymore without offending someone. He remembers growing up in a different time, where observations and norms could be challenged, being made fun of was part of life, and firmly believes that challenging conversations can create internal toughness. The company currently has multiple titles queued for release if funding is successful. For more information about Savage Society Games, visit http://www.savagesocietygames.com.
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