The One True Game

Do other party card games leave you feeling... empty inside?

Cult Following is a storytelling game where you convince your friends that the eternal truths that you just made up should command devotion, while their fanatical ravings are just plain ridiculous.

Choose ideas from a hand of cards, bind them together into a ridiculous cult and pitch it to your friends. Answer pointed questions from potential recruits, defending your own ideas while attacking the lies of the other cultists. Describe how your cult ascends into fame and fortune, while others languish in obscurity!

Will your friends heed your warning about timid forest creatures, shapeshifting and unspeakable horrors, or will another cult steal your rightful followers?

"This game is really really good." "Seriously my favorite of the genre by far." -- Unfitered Gamer

For 3+ good humored players
300 cards
15-30 minutes per round

"Cult Following is a real laugh and a good time" "With so many cards the replay value is there" "We had a good time and are giving it a solid 8 ‘over the cliff sheeps’ out of 10"
“This is just a straight up fun game. I was not sure what to expect going into it, but five minutes in I was explaining to everyone that reality is a computer simulation, and joining my cult was the only way to experience the truth.” – 9/10
“This is a pretty cool game, a pretty entertaining game”
"Overall the game is fantastic" "The whole time while we were playing it was nothing but laughing, we weren’t even drinking or anything!"
"This game is really really good." "Seriously my favorite of the genre by far."
The people who live in the walls


Killing all the firstborn children
The people who live in the walls
Boy bands
The dark arts
Unquestioning obedience
Killing all the firstborn children
"First born Johnny lays his head Upon the pillow on his bed; Parents kiss him sweetly twice, Once for sugar, once for spice; The people in the walls look on, Silent watchers until dawn; The choice is theirs of life or death, Does Johnny get his morning breath? Will sadness fill the newborn halls? Just ask the people in the walls."
-- Tom