Celebrate the last Friday of Black History Month with this game

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Black History Month may be coming to a close, but the turn up doesn’t have to. Keep the love going on Feb. 29 — Leap Day, baby! — and beyond with arguably the most fitting card game: Black Card Revoked.

Described as “a fun and nostalgia-filled game celebrating American Black popular culture,” this fun party activity is perfect for groups (cop it for your next trivia night!) and is easy to play.

Shop: Black Card Revoked, $15.97 (Orig. $20.99)

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Marketed to a demographic of “college to under-40,” Black Card Revoked boasts some of the simplest rules of any trivia game. All you have to do is distribute the response cards to all players — three or more participants is best — everyone should have four cards marked A, B, C, D in their hands. Each participant should take a turn both hosting and reading the question game cards, with players having six-to-eight seconds to answer each question. Everyone reveals their answers at the end of each round.

“Correct Answer” cards have the correct answer highlighted in black. The player with the most correct responses wins.

Shoppers definitely love this game, with over 440 of them pairing their 5-star ratings with a glowing review of the product.

“Hosted a family game night and this game was the highlight of the night,” one shopper wrote. “Loads of laughs and fun. My family called me the next day raving about the great time and asking when’s the next party. I’m ordering series 2 and 3 the next party is being planned as I type this.”

Shop Black Card Revoked, above!

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