Guess Who! The Fun Has Been Doubled style! May 18, 2014 20:20:30 GMT -6
Post by Deleted on May 18, 2014 20:20:30 GMT -6
Step 1: Find someone to play with!
This is a Two-Player game, so you're going to need someone to play with!
Step 2: Pick a character!
Once you have your partner, pick someone from the above table to be your mystery character. This will be the character your opponent will be trying to guess while you will be trying to guess their mystery character.
The objective of the game is to guess your opponent's mystery character by asking one question at a time.
After figuring out who goes first you take turns asking a single question to narrow down your list of suspects. All questions must have either a "yes" or a "no" answer. This goes on until someone wishes to make a guess.
Guessing the Mystery Character
When you feel ready to make a guess you may do so on your turn instead of asking a question. To guess the mystery character say (for example) "The mystery character is Trixie". Your opponent then has to tell you if you are correct or not. If you are, you win! If you are incorrect, you lose the game. Be careful when you want to make your guess.
Things to keep in mind
Not everyone reads every forum post or stalks the chat box. Please try to keep questions and answers related to info that can be found in a bio page. The original board game "Guess Who?" dealt with pictures that could be looked at the entire time. Given that we're dealing with characters here mistakes are bound to be made from time to time. Please be courteous when they do pop up.
This game can be played anywhere two people can communicate. Instant messengers like skype and chatango, PMs across the site, the chatbox (maybe?), and even here. If you are going to post your game in here I recommend heading your posts with who you are playing against, and only have one game going at a time. That way other players know whether or not a question is intended for them. If you have a game going on with three different people you don't want to accidentally get confused and ask someone the same question twice.
If you think a game might go on long and you might forget who you picked as your mystery character, or want to make sure everything is honest all around, considering getting a neutral third party involved. Get someone to act as a judge and give them your answers to hold. When it comes time to guess the answer there's someone to back it up.
Don't forget Rule 0: HAVE FUN!