The classic party game
by the original inventor
Scruples makes players sweat as they ask each other what they would do in a moral predicament. Luckily no one has to tell the truth and there’s no right answer!
Scruples inspires hours of stimulating conversation and laughter. Get to know people in unexpected ways.
Download for free from the App Store.
225 questions from the original inventor
(Plus 30 free to try)
Three modes of play.
New: Online multiplayer
iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
How to Play
Scruples is played with other people, face-to-face or remotely. The new version has online multiplayer support with Game Center.
The object of the game is to get three points. You gain a point by correctly predicting how the player you select will answer Yes, No, or Depends. In other words, you need to line up a question and a player with the answer you have been given.
Don’t be reluctant to bluff. It makes the game more fun.
Check out Scruples’ sister game, Lovers & Liars which separates the lovers from the liars.
Scruples, the game of everyday moral dilemmas was invented in 1984 in Winnipeg, Canada. After being featured on the Johnny Carson show, it went on to sell eight million copies in six languages.
The game was conceived when the inventor was researching an article about baby boomer morality. He gave a questionnaire to a group of friends who spent the whole evening discussing the questions. It was so much fun, someone said, “This ought to be a game.” And the rest is history.
Scruples on The Tonight Show (1985)
Scruples on Everybody Loves Raymond (1997)