In the column to the right is more information about how to get around around here. Rule #2 above is a good one -- the official one, I suppose -- but it's impossible to follow all the time.THE GAME OF TWENTY QUESTIONS Introduction --Object of the game The Two Rules Rule #1: Questioners ask Yes-or-No questions Rule #2: Answerer responds with a Yes or a No --The two exceptions to Rule #2 "I don't know." "I can't answer." Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Here are two exceptional acceptable answers that A (and Q) should keep in mind: --"I DON'T KNOW." Sometimes A simply will not know the answer, even though if he knew it he could answer yes or no.
Arrange your questions in increasing difficulty like a TV game show. The flexible design of this game lets you put either points or recognition phrases as the value of each question. The hard part for trainers, teachers and presenters is making a subject or review activity fun.
For example, use "Genius Level" instead of "1,000,000" as the top level. With Game Show Presenter, you put your review questions into an interactive quiz game.
Game shows are not the same as reality competitions which span through weeks (i.e. (2004)The Object Is (1963), Missing Links (1964), The $10,000/$20,000/$25,000/$50,000/$100,000 Pyramid (1973–80, 1981 & 1982–89), The Krypton Factor (1981), The Challengers (1990–91), Scattergories (1993), It Takes Two (1997), Winning Lines (2000)Act It Out (1949), Winner Take All (1952), Bank on the Stars (1954), The Price Is Right (1956–65), Eye Guess (1966–69), Three on a Match (1971–74), Winning Streak (1974–75), The $25,000 Pyramid (1974–79), Pass the Buck (1978), Blockbusters (1980–82), Child's Play (1982–83), Hot Potato (1984), The Joker's Wild (1984–86)The Quizz Club (1936), Fun Parade (1939), Take a Chance! (1968–69, 1981–82), It's Academic (1969–71), The Who, What, or Where Game (1969–74), The Magnificent Marble Machine (1975–76), Blank Check (1975), Word Grabbers (1976, unaired pilot), Catch Phrase (1985)Boys and Girls (2003), Head Jam (2004), Celebrities Under Pressure (2004), All Star Family Fortunes (2006–15), Gameshow Marathon (2007), Beat the Star (2009-09), The Whole 19 Yards (2010), Skating with the Stars (2010; USA), Million Dollar Mind Game (2011; USA), Let's Get Gold (2012), Splash!
American Idol, Survivor, etc.) Crackerjack (1968–74), A Song for Europe (1969; 76), The Movie Quiz (1974), Quest (1975), Star Games (1978–80), Give Us a Clue (1979-84), Child's Play (1984–88), Ultra Quiz (1984), Murder Weekend (1989), Blockbusters (1997), Going for a Song (2001–02)Rent Free (2002), Get Staffed (2003), 19 Keys (2003), Back to Reality (2004), The Big Idea (2006), Richard Bacon's Beer & Pizza Club (2010–11), Show Me the Telly (2013), The Big Painting Challenge (2015), Eternal Glory (2015)Juvenile Jury (1947–56 & 1970–71), Life Begins at Eighty (1950–1956), Twenty-One (1956–58), Tic-Tac-Dough (1956), Concentration (1958), The Generation Gap (1969), The Joker's Wild (1972–75 & 1977–84), Break the Bank (1976–77), Joker! (2013–14), 1000 Heartbeats (2015-present), Drive (2016)The Big Game (1958), You Don't Say!
When a couple marries, they establish a relationship not only with their spouse, but also with their spouse’s family and friends.
These questions expose how much a couple knows about each other’s family and friends.
All these games come with interactive help cues so you know what to do at each step of the game.
Two teams compete to find all the answers under your questions or topics.
With 150 questions, our list provides everything you need for playing this entertaining game.