A home version of the television game show from the 1960's and 1970's, this game includes 50 password cards, a scoring indicator dial, a score pad, 2 "magic window revealers," and a set of instructions.
Play is divided among 4 players who take on either A roles (these players read the passwords) or B roles (these players try to guess them). One team goes first and tries to get the most amount of points for a correct answer. This is determined by the spinner, which starts at 10 and progressively drops a point value every time an incorrect answer is given. Gameplay continues for five rounds and the winner has the highest point value by the end.
Somewhat; the game is not entirely pick up and play (which affected our scoring heavily), but once you get rolling it should be a fun time.
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