Eye Know Trivia Game 12+ (80801AJG)
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Arrange 12 cards in a 4x3 grid on the game board. Place extra cards on the "draw pile" space. Hand out five chips to each player. Choose a player to go first. If you correctly identify the image, the person to your right then reads the question corresponding to the number showing on the die. Now with 1200 questions on 400 image cards and new game play! Choose an image you know from a vast array of people, animals, logos, monuments, inventions, symbols, flags, maps & more! Two ways to play
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Paul Berton is the son of Canadian historian Pierre Berton.  He was at the time the editor-in-chief of The London Free Press, and is now editor-in-chief of The Hamilton Spectator. George Sinclair is a technical writer. The problem with some trivia games is that if one player is an expert on a topic and those questions come up, they may stroll to an easy victory. Shot in the Dark levels the playing field by asking niche questions like “What percentage of a Greggs sausage roll is pork?” or “What was the most valuable sports team in the world in 2018?”
When all players have had five turns, they may earn additional chips by cashing in sets formed by the colors of the cards they earned.
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It’s a great game if you or someone you know is already a fan of the show, and might even help you convert them into playing more board games. It’s visually pleasing, with lots of tokens and chips to play with, and the base game contains over 500 questions, meaning it should last a long time before you have to repeat any cards. Okay that too! But save that chat for a heart-to-heart with your best friend — we’re here to talk about eyeballs.The object of the game is to collect as many cards as you can in five rounds. The player with the most cards wins the game. If there is a tie, play another round until one player emerges as a clear winner. Keep in mind that this game is designed for tweens, teens, and adults, so the trivia questions vary in difficulty. Nope — way more than that. Blinking helps keep your eyes from getting dry. If you only blinked 3,000 times a day, you’d have some very dry eyeballs. The board game does a good job recreating the four rounds of the TV show. It can feel a bit clunky to play the first few times as each round is very different, but it should get easier the more you play. There’s even a little trophy for the winner to hold at the end of the game.
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One distinctive feature of this game is that it combines trivia with identifying images and betting. Another is that players select the topics of their trivia questions. Varuni Sinha is an assistant editor at the Adventure Publishing Group. With an avid interest in visual arts, she enjoys writing and editing for The Licensing Book and The Toy Book, leading trade magazines about toys–the first art forms we encounter as children. Eye Know is a board game that includes images, trivia and betting. It was created by Paul Berton and George Sinclair and published in 2008 by Wiggles 3D.American Mensa Names 2008 Mensa Select Winners". Archived from the original on 2011-07-24 . Retrieved 2008-05-23. Eye Know has trivia from almost any category, including animals, objects, signs, professions, weather, transportation, celebrities, landmarks, tools, games, food, space, plants, appliances, company logos, musical instruments, activities, sports, politicians, clothing, car models, toys, weapons, countries, hair styles and capital cities. While Eye Know is appropriate for all ages, some of the content may only be recognized by an older audience and the spelling of certain words may prove difficult.