Ca$h 'n Gun$: Shoot Your Friends and Family in the Head
We did not Photoshop that raucous good time pictured above.
The game Ca$h 'n Gun$ (presumably spellchecked by Ke$ha) was released less than a decade ago for ages 10 and up, and there's nothing more bizarre than seeing a photo of grandma pointing a Glock at little Timmy's face.
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"Insult my tuna surprise casserole again. I dare you."
The point of the game is that you're all members of a gang of bank robbers, and at the end of each turn, it's time to divvy up the cash, which requires players to re-enact that scene from every action movie where there are six people all pointing guns at one another. And because it leaves nothing to the imagination, you really do point toy guns at each other, resulting in hilariously macabre scenes like this:
"I know what you're thinking, punk -- how amped up is she? Did she drink one juice box, or two?"
Whether or not you hustle Aunt Marie or your baby sister off this mortal coil in a hail of gunfire depends on which card you draw, a successful "Bang" or an empty "Click." By the time the game ends, the winner is either the player with the most cash, or the last one alive.
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To be fair, that's how some families play Monopoly.