All players divide into two teams. Each team chooses one player as the clue-giver. (Each team can choose the same or a different clue-giver every time.)
The two teams take turns to play a round in the game. Each round is set for three minutes.
How To Play:
The clue-giver of Team A draws one card from the deck. Only he/she can read the card.
The clue-giver can make any physical gestures or verbal clues to get his/her team to say the answer. * The clue-giver must NOT give ANY part of the answer in the clue (e.g. letter ‘b’ for ‘brush my teeth’). If he/she breaks the rule, one point will be given automatically to the other team.
Two points will be given to every correct answer.
Team B starts playing after Team A has finished the first round. In each round, the player(s) should guess as many cards as possible within the time limit. The team that gets higher points wins.
If the game is tied (i.e., the two teams have the same points), each team plays an extra round in one-minute limit to decide the winner.
Each card can be used ONCE only. The used cards must be separated from the deck.
The dealer distributes six cards face down to each player.
Each player takes turns to be the ‘riddler’.
How To Play:
The riddler chooses one card in his/her hand and tells other players an implicit (i.e. indirect) clue based on that card.
Other players also have to choose one card from their own hand that best matches the riddler’s clue. All players, including the riddler, lays his/her chosen card out face down at the centre of the playing area.
The riddler shuffles all the chosen cards and then turns the cards face up.
The players have to guess which card belongs to the riddler. When every player is ready, all players (except the riddler) point their fingers to their answers at the same time.
Points will be assigned according to the following table:
Point(s) distributed to the card owner(s)
Points distributed to every ‘pointer’
If none / all of the players point(s) to the riddler’s card,
If some (but not all) of the players point to the riddler’s card,
If any of the players points to a wrong card,
The cards placed at the centre will NOT be used again in the next round. Each player draws a new card from the deck and a new round begins.
The game ends when the card deck is empty. The player gets the highest total points wins the game.
In each round, the dealer distributes a card face down to each player.
Each player cannot turn over his/her own card until he/she is going to make the sentences.
How To Play:
Each player takes turn to make two sentences for his/her card. If it is a picture card, the players need to make sentences related to the picture; if it is a word card, the sentences he/she makes have to include the word on the card.
Starting from the second player, each has to repeat the last sentence that the previous player makes. Then, he/she makes two more sentences that are related to the last sentence. The sentences they make should have a clear and logical linkage.
Player who repeats the sentence successfully can get one point; player who makes two complete and logical sentences can gain two points.
When two rounds finish, a complete story should be produced.
The player who gets the highest points wins the game.
All players pair up.
Each pair gets a piece of paper.
How To Play:
One player (i.e. the clue-giver) of each pair picks one card from the deck and keeps it secret from all other players.
When everybody is ready, the clue-giver of each pair writes some clues related to the card he/she picks for his/her partner to guess: If it is a picture card, he/she writes down FOUR words related to the picture (but NOT any objects shown in the picture); if it is a word card, he/she writes down FOUR words about the word (but NOT any form of the exact word). * The clue-giver must NOT give any part of the answer in the clue (e.g. any form of the exact word on the word card, or anything drawn on the picture card). If he/she breaks the rule, two points will be given automatically to the other team.
All the pairs play the game at the same time. The fastest player who shouts out the correct answer gains two points for his/her pair.
The game ends after three rounds. The pair who gets the highest points wins the game.