FAQ

Is it clean/appropriate/PC?

Yes. Since it is likely there will be children at the seder, the game is clean from any explicit sexual content and cursing. It is politically correct, since that is something that is important to us, although we make fun of Jews to no end – but that’s okay, because it’s making fun of ourselves and our weird culture!

Can I print my own?

Yes! Check out Slightly Scandalous Seder Cards: Print and Play. Print your own game and play it at home.

Is this game available in the USA?

Yes! Our online store is now open and with worldwide shipping.

Is this game available in Israel?

Barur! The holy land is where this whole shebang began. The Israel games are locally produced and shipped inside Israel. Not only is the game available in Israel, the game is produced 100% in Israel.

Is it available in other countries besides USA and Israel?

Yes. If the online store does not accept payments in your country, send us an email and we will find a solution so you may purchase our games.

Is the game appropriate for a Chareidi (Haredi) family?

Ronit Horowitz Peskin (Author at Penniless Parenting) says: I think so, but I’m not standard Chareidi. For an open minded chareidi family, yes.

Does it come with instructions?

Yes. The game comes with a Rules & Reference Key. If you got the Print & Play version, I recommend printing the Reference key in case you want to look something up on chag. 🙂

Is this the same deck as the cards we bought last year in Israel?

While some of the cards overlap, this is in many ways an improved version:

  1. All cards going into this deck have been edited and tested, so the ones that didn’t work last year have been removed and replaced with ones that do work.
  2. It comes in a box!
  3. Beautiful, smooth, professional card stock (rounded corners, smooth lamination, altogether just better feel and quality.)
  4. Improved design.

Are there expansions available?

Yes! Check out Even More Seder Cards and The Wicked Child’s Seder Cards.

Is it Kosher For Passover?

For legumes consumers only.
Just kidding. Yes, of course. Extra kosher. Glatt. Mehadrin.


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