Guy is on trial, and his actions will determine if he goes free or to prison. Should he tell the truth, or lie for all he is worth? The decision is up to you in this wacky game of internal conflict in the court of law. “OK Guy, you messed up, but this trial might be your shot at redemption.”
One player is the prosecutor, while others are different aspects of Guy’s personality.
Vie to control the different regions of Guy’s brain using an innovative 3D board
Steer Guy’s decisions during the trial using strategy, scheming, and light dexterity elements
Will Guy be truthful, or will he get caught up in his lies?
A fun game for friends and family alike
- Language : English
- Hobby type : Beginner
- Age : 12+
- Time : 60-120 min
- Number of players : 3-6
Voices in my Head is recommended for ages 12 years old and up and I agree with the age ranking. I could see some parents maybe not comfortable with a game that has the character trying to get away with crimes and possibly telling lies. I know, I know…it is just a game and I totally agree. I could see some parents not comfortable with this if it was for younger kids and that is why I would say that the game is rated for ages 12 and up.
The game board and pieces are well made and appealing. Great detail on everything.
The game is a longer game time at 60 to 120 minutes which I think is a great length for the targeted age group.
To see how to play the game, check out this video by Watch It Played…
I have been a fan of Asmodee Canada and their lineup of board games for quite some time now and Voices in my Head has definitely lived up to my expectations for an Asmodee Canada board game.
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