Incoherent Game

Disclosure: Some of the following links are referral links. This means, if you click through and purchase it, we will earn a commission, at no extra cost to you. We hope that you see value in the information we provide.

The Incoherent Game (actually spelled ‘Incohearant’) has become very popular – and for good reason!  Incohearant is a ton of fun to play with friends as you each try to guess the gibberish!

If you’re ready to laugh with your friends and don’t mind some adult topics, let’s explore a bit about the game. If you’re looking for a milder version of the Incoherant Game, you should check out Incohearant Game Family Edition

In this review, we’ll cover:



Incoherent Game

Warning: This is NOT a game for family (with children present) game nights: there are three categories to this game, one of which is “Kinky.”

This game is easy to play with teams or as individuals.

One person (or team) holds up a card with gibberish facing the person trying to guess the words or phrase.

For example, the person (or team) guessing might see the words “Knit Flick Sand Chill.”  Everyone else gets to laugh and enjoy as the person (or team) tries to guess the gibberish and figure out that it means “Netflix and Chill.”

Ages: 18+ (This game is very adult themed)

Players: 2+ players are needed (more is better, especially if you like to laugh!)





Incoherent Game Editions

In addition to the original version of the Incohearant Game, there is also a family version of the game: Incohearant Family Edition Game

Contents: Standard Incohearant Game but with family-friendly topics and phrases.

Ages: 12+

Players: 2+







Incoherent Game Rules

One person (or team) is the designated judge each round. The judge flips the timer and holds a card up so that only they can see the answer (and clues) and everyone else sees the Incohearant phrase. Everyone except the judge (or everyone on the other team) is a translator.

The translators read the front of the card aloud. Whoever decodes the phrase first wins the card.

If the translators are having trouble guessing the word or phrase, the judge is allowed to reveal 1 hint (found on the back of the card) per round.

Whoever correctly translates (guesses the gibberish) the card correctly wins the card and places it in their pile. The first player to decode 13 cards is the winner!

When the card has been decoded or the translators have elected to pass, the judge pulls the next card.

Once the timer runs out or 3 cards have been decoded, the round is over, and the next translator (rotating counterclockwise) becomes the judge.

If you need the actual instructions to the game, here they are: Incohearent Instructions



Incoherent Game Cards

If you’d like to see some sample cards from Incohearant, check out some YouTubers playing the game.

Sample cards include:

  • “Knit Flick Sand Shill” is “Netflix and Chill”
  • “Hike Ant Eve Hen” is “I can’t even”
  • “Real Agents Sip Gulls” is “Relationship Goals”
  •  “Can Mold Oh” is “Camel Toe”
  • “In Flay Doubles Hex Tall” is “Inflatable Sex Doll”

SO YEAH. You get the point.



Incoherent Game Review

Game Guru says: Personally Incorrect is a good party game but IF AND ONLY IF you and your friends are cool with the adult themed nature of the game and you and your friends can laugh at sounding silly as you try to figure out what other people already know.

This is not a game for people who take themselves too seriously.

Be sure to play with friends you know well. If you play this as an icebreaker type game or with your parents, it will be awkward and not in a good way, as it is full of crude, sexual humor that is sure to make everyone cringe.



We hope the Game Night Guru gave you the answers you seek regarding the Incoherent Game. If you’re looking for other games similar to this one to try, check out our article called Games Likes Cards Against Humanity!