Fun facts is a very simple game that can be played with 4 to 8 people. The aim of the game is to find out how well you know the people you are playing with. You will have to answer small questions and then try to position yourself in relation to the others. It’s a very easy game, but it’s a great way to strengthen your relationship and, of course, to find out more about the others!
Contents of the game
In the Fun Facts game box you will find
- 195 cards
- 8 Arrows
- 8 erasable markers
- 1 star plate
- 1 Legend Board
- 1 rule booklet
How the game is played
Shuffle the game cards, then draw 8 of them and place them in the centre of your table, face down, in a pile. Then give each player an arrow and a marker. Each player writes their name on one side of the arrow.
One player will get the Star marker, this is the first player. You can then turn over the first card and read the question. Each player then has time to answer the question by writing the answer on their arrow.
Once everyone has answered, the first player (the one with the star marker) places their arrow face down on the table. The other players should also place their answer, but try to keep the answers in ascending order.
For example: if the question is “How many hours do you sleep at night? The 1st player thinks 5 hours for him, and thinks that the 4th player sleeps at least 8 hours. He will have to make sure that he places his arrow behind the latter’s arrow.
Once the players have placed their arrows, the first player, who placed his arrow first, can move it again before the round ends. The arrows are then turned over.
- If the sequence is completely increasing, the players score a number of points equal to the total of the increasing sequences (e.g. for the previous question, the results are 4 – 5 – 6 – 8, the players score 4 points).
- If the sequence is not entirely increasing (e.g. 4 – 5 -8 -6), the players remove the arrows so as to form an increasing sequence (4 – 5 – 6 by removing the arrow with the answer 8) and score the corresponding number of points (here 3 points).
End of the game
The game ends when all the questions in the pile have been solved.