Acronymble is most definitely a party game, and most assuredly a game that will make you laugh. Hence, most probably, Major Fun.
MAJOR. As in More Active Jollies Organized Ridiculously, or, perhaps Mighty Attractive Jauntiness Of Ribaldry, or even Mellifluent Acronym Judging Oscillates Randomly.
Players compete (more or less) to create phrases or sentences (you get an additional point of your acronym is a sentence) from a collection of randomly drawn tiles. The number of tiles is determined by the draw of a card from the Length Deck. And what you have to do with them is determined by the draw of a card from the Composition deck. There are four different kinds of cards in the Composition deck: one tells you to also use a nonsense word, another to use only words that start with the same letter, and another to select any word starting with the chosen letter, and make an acronym from it. And the fourth kind of card tells you to do what you would have done anyway without the card.
Everyone but one player (the master of ceremonies for that round, a.k.a. the “NYMWIT”) votes for a favorite. Votes are tallied. Players move the corresponding number of spaces on the board, et, obviously, cetera.
How long you have to think is determined by the throw of a die, which tells you how much time to set on a tension-inducingly noisesome kitchen-type timer.
The rules are written with enough humor and playfulness to keep people from taking the rules too seriously – there are constant invitations to make up your own rules, suggestions like “If a player doesn’t finish in time, don’t disqualify them (maybe drum your fingers or whistle a bit).” Whistle and drum we did. Laugh a lot we also did. Major FUN was most definitely had.