A game of guesstimations!
Draw a card and ask a question from it to all the other players. They collectively decide on one answer, and then the player has to decide if the group’s answer is over, under or spot on! Flip the card over to find the correct answer, if you get it right, you keep the card and then it’s the next player’s turn. If you guessed the more risky ‘spot on’ and were correct, you get an extra go. The player with the most cards at the end of the game wins!
You’ll be asking questions like:How far away is Pluto? How many states are there in Germany? In what year was the electron discovered? How many bricks are in the Empire State Building? This is a great game for building children’s general knowledge and inciting conversation about geography, science and surprising trivia. Each game should last about 15 minutes, so this is makes for a fast paced party game or a snappy time filler!
Box Contains: 200 cards (each with 3 questions & answers) and rules of play