Object of the game By answering questions correctly

Object of the game By answering questions correctly
8+
age
2-6
30 +
players min.
Contents
250 cards including 80 picture cards, game board, 6 playing pieces,
6 collecting frames with 6 category counters in each and 1 die.
Object of the game
By answering questions correctly from
six different categories you receive
category counters for your collecting
frame. Once you have filled your collecting frame, head towards the Finish space.
If you are the first player to answer three
further questions correctly, you win the
game!
Question cards
The questions on the question cards are
divided into six different categories:
Music & Celebrities
Sports & Games
Literature & Fun Places
Animals & Science
the game board (picture 1). The correct
answer to each question can be found
on the back of the card.
There are also picture cards in the game.
On one side of the card there is a picture,
and on the other side there are six questions that are in some way associated
with the picture. The picture questions
have three answer alternatives, of which
the correct answer is underlined.
Before the game begins, you will have to
agree on the level of accuracy required
from the answers. For example, when a
person’s name is asked, is it enough to
give just the last name?
For younger players, you may want to
make up answer options for the harder
questions.
History & The Royal Family
TV & Film
Each card has one question from each
category. The question categories are
marked on the colour circles in front
of the questions and on the spaces on
Before the game begins
Punch out the category counters carefully from the collecting frames and place
them in piles on the table. Deal out one
collecting frame to each player. Separate
the 80 picture cards into their own pile
and place the pile on the table picture
side up. Place the question cards in two
piles on the table with question side up.
Each player chooses a playing piece and
places it on any of the four corner spaces
on the game board (picture 2). There can
be more than one player on the same
space. Each player rolls the die and the
one who rolls the highest number begins
the game. The turn passes clockwise.
How to play
On your turn, roll the die and move your
playing piece as many steps as the die
shows, to either direction. The space
that your playing piece lands on shows
from which category you will answer a
question (picture 1). The player to your
left picks up the top card from a question card pile. He/she reads out loud the
question for you from the right category.
Note! If you are in a corner space, read
the instructions under Corner spaces.
- If your answer is incorrect, or you don’t
answer at all, your turn is over and the
turn passes to the next player.
- If your answer is correct, you receive a
category counter from the category
you just answered. Put the counter in
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your collecting frame. The turn passes
to the next player.
- If you answer correctly to a question
from a category from which you already
have a category counter, roll the die
again, move your playing piece and
answer a new question. You can only
have one counter from each category
in your collecting frame. You may continue your turn until you answer incorrectly or receive a new category counter. After this the turn passes to the next
player.
Corner spaces
If your playing piece lands on a corner
space (picture 2), you first have to answer
correctly to one picture question, and
then you can choose which category you
want to answer to from a question card.
The player to your left picks up the top
card from the picture card pile. He/she
reads out loud the question and answer
alternatives shown by the die.
- If your answer is correct, you will be
asked a second question from a question card. You are allowed to choose
the category of that question. Follow
the instructions under How to play.
- If your answer is incorrect, the turn
passes to the next player.
Picture 1
Picture 2
Towards the Finish space
Once you have filled your collecting
frame with six different category
counters, head towards a corner space
of your choice. You don’t have to roll an
exact number to stop at a corner space.
On your next turn start your way towards
the Finish space (picture 3). The way to
the Finish space consists of two question
spaces. You don’t roll the die to move
your playing piece; instead, you have to
answer correctly to two questions determined by the two question spaces.
- If your answer is correct, you can move
your playing piece to the next space
and on your next turn answer a question from the category shown by the
space.
- If your answer is incorrect, your playing
piece stays on that space. On your next
turn you will answer a question from
the same category.
Picture 3
your left, but he/she must decide before
looking at the questions.
- If your answer is correct, you win the
game.
- If your answer is incorrect, your playing
piece stays on the Finish space. On your
next turn you answer a new question
from a different category, chosen by
the player to your left.
Game variations
1. Use only the outer circle of the game
board. The players get one category
counter for each correct answer.
The game is over when all category
counters have been collected. The
player with the most counters wins.
2. You can also play in teams. Before
starting, decide whether or not team
members can discuss with each other
before answering.
May the best girl or boy win!
The winner
Once you have answered correctly to
one question in both spaces, you can
move your playing piece to the Finish
space (picture 3). On your next turn you
answer one question. The category of
the question is decided by the player to
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