20 Questions Board Game

20 Questions Game Rules

How To Play 20 Questions (Instructions)


Players
3 - 4
Ages
8+
Play Time
30 MIN
Cost
$25

ABOUT THIS GAME

20 Questions is a classic game that has been redone with new people, places, and things. 20 Questions has creative clues that the whole family can enjoy together. The object of 20 Questions is to correctly identify well-known people, places and things through a series of clues.

Kids and parents may not know the answers to the same questions, so this is a great game for the entire family. If you feel the itch to play detective and ask a bunch of questions then play 20 Questions with the entire family today.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

The game 20 Questions should come with the following components. These are based off of the original game and don't include components from any expansion packs or different editions.

  • The 20 Questions Game Comes With 378 Game Cards
  • 4 Question Mark Playing Pieces
  • 20 Red 20 Questions Chips
  • 5 Blue "free Guess" Chips
  • The Game Board
  • 20 Questions Rules And Instructions Booklet

HOW TO WIN

How to Win
To correctly identify well-known people, places and things through a series of clues. The first player to reach finish wins the game.
How to Win

HOW TO PLAY

Please keep in mind that the official 20 Questions rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the original packaging and will teach you how to play 20 Questions. Download these original PDF game rules or print them for later use.


COMMENTS / QUESTIONS

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Human Question:
Which game starts with the same letter as Mancala: Chess, Uno, Monopoly, Battleship or Rummycube





Eric says:
08-10-2015

I saw this at the store and wanted to know more about it. Looks like a fun twist on a trivia game and after glancing through the rules it seems easy enough to play in a party/group setting. I'll have to try this one out.
Shammy says:
10-08-2013

Played this all the time as a kid and is still fun to play at parties. You can almost even create your own version of the game and make up your own words and alter the rules a bit.
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