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9780711257474

Know It All! Win the Ultimate Fact Race

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  • ISBN13:

    9780711257474

  • ISBN10:

    0711257477

  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 2022-06-14
  • Publisher: Ivy Press
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Summary

Know It All! is a card-based trivia game for two to six players that features questions on just about anything, from architecture to zoology, jazz to genetics.

The game consists of six rounds of questions followed by the 30-second challenge.

There are 500 questions, each with four possible answers. All players answer the same question simultaneously by revealing voting cards to avoid the possibility of copycat tactics. By answering correctly players earn two timeline cards; by answering incorrectly players earn one timeline card.

After six rounds of questions, the game concludes with a 30-second challenge during which players must arrange their timeline cards in chronological order. They do this by making guesses about when inventions were made, individuals were born, and ideas were coined. Players with more timeline cards will have an advantage in the final challenge, but they will also have more decisions to make in those 30 seconds. This ensures that every player is a contender right until the end.

The player with the longest correct unbroken chain of chronological cards wins!

Author Biography

Ben Bailey is a journalist, musician, and dedicated games player who lives in Brighton, UK. He contributes to Metro, Radio Times, and Viva Brighton and gives lectures on a variety of niche and nerdy topics. Ben is the editor of esteemed music blog Brighton Source, and has spent five years behind the scenes as an organiser of Brighton Science Festival.  

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