I know your younger self would/wouldn’t think you’re cool now.
You Think You Know Me
I know your favorite pizza topping is
You Think You Know Me

Instagram, Twitter, Facebook... You know your friends through the photos, videos, and messages they post online, liking and favoriting them every day. But how well do you know your friends, really?

You Think You Know Me is a conversational card game for 2-10 players that playfully tests how well you know your friends, family, partners, or coworkers — a set of 500 cards helping you learn more about what they love and who they are.

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I know you do/don’t believe in luck.
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I know it’s easy/hard for you to say you’re sorry.
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I know you would/wouldn’t want to live forever.
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I know your most used emoji is
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I know you do/don’t sing in the shower.
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About the Game

You Think You Know Me is the debut game from Portland, Oregon-based game designer Ami Baio.

Each box holds 500 cards, each with a unique prompt about the likes, dislikes, beliefs, and experiences of each player.

Launched on Kickstarter in May 2017, the project hit its goal in three days, raising nearly $30,000 from over 640 backers around the world.

Learn more at Kickstarter, or email for more information.

How to Play

Each player is dealt a hand of seven cards, and play starts with the person whose birthday is closest.

Players take turns choosing a card from their hand, and picking any other player to read it to, guessing how they would answer. If they guessed correctly, they discard the card. If they were wrong, they discard and draw a new card.

The first player to lose all their cards — and know everyone they’re playing with best — wins the game!

About the Designer

I’m Ami Baio! My favorite dessert is cake. If I could be any animal for a day, I’d be a dolphin. I prefer sushi over ramen, window over aisle seats, vampires over werewolves. I haven’t seen the Grand Canyon. I love tattoos, spending time alone, and I don’t know how to fold a paper airplane. I don’t believe time heals all wounds, I like giving people books, and I think diamonds are silly.

(This bio was written by drawing random You Think You Know Me cards.)