Flex Your Trivia In Um, Actually – The Game Of Nerdy Corrections

May 24, 2021 by fcostin

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Us Nerds are very good at storing random facts regarding general trivia. I can tell you that Manatee calves feed from their mother's elbow and that there are four different species of Giraffe. However, what we really excel at, but never get to flex is our in-depth nerd knowledge.

Um, Actually // Wiggles 3D & College Humour

I am looking at you... The person when watching Lord of the Rings who can't resist explaining that Viggo Mortenson actually broke his toe whilst kicking the Uruk helmet in Two Towers. Regardless if they know, you still need to share the knowledge!

We rarely get the chance to flex our superior knowledge in all things nerd-culture. However, College Humour and Wiggles 3D bring us a brand new Kickstarter: Um, Actually with the opportunity to put our nerd-knowledge to the test, with questions suited to the purpose.

Um, Actually offers players a chance to correct statements from fictional and popular games, tv shows, movies books - you name it! But this isn't just your Hollywood-ized version of Constantine we are talking about, this is hardcore gritty details from Star Wars, Pokemon, HP Lovecraft and so much more.

Um, Actually // Wiggles 3D & College Humour

The facts will be read to the players by the host, and these statements are wrong in some way, shape or form. It is up to the players to race to deduct where the statement falls short.

Um, Actually // Wiggles 3D & College Humour

Translating life-skills into the game, questions that effect you on a day-to-day basis will arise. Forcing us to use our real-life knowledge to rack up some bonus points.

Um, Actually // Wiggles 3D & College Humour

Shiny Cards also make a feature, providing obscure facts forcing the player to draw a conclusion on who the host is referring to.

The board game is based on the YouTube Series; Um, Actually where guests flex their nerd-knowledge to win the game. And the card game takes all of those features and ties them together for 4-8 players to enjoy in the comforts of their own home.

The game takes only 25 minutes to play, and will certainly be a popular one to take to my Games Nights - when I can go to them again!

The Kickstarter is relatively new, only being live for a matter of days the goal has been overwhelmingly surpassed proving us nerds do indeed enjoy a good correction to a statement.

What is the most obscure, mind-blowing nerd fact that you know? 

"Um, Actually offers players a chance to correct statements from fictional and popular games, tv shows, movies books - you name it! "

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