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Eye Know (game)

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Eye Know
Publisher(s)Wiggles 3D
Players2 or more players or teams
Setup time5 minutes
Playing time30–60 min
Random chanceNone
Age range14 and up
Skill(s) requiredgeneral knowledge

Eye Know is a board game that includes images, trivia and betting. It was created by Paul Berton and George Sinclair and published in 2008 by Wiggles 3D.

Paul Berton is the son of Canadian historian Pierre Berton.[1] He was at the time the editor-in-chief of The London Free Press, and is now editor-in-chief of The Hamilton Spectator. George Sinclair is a technical writer.

Gameplay

One distinctive feature of this game is that it combines trivia with identifying images and betting. Another is that players select the topics of their trivia questions.

Players try to identify images on cards on the board. Once a player has identified an image, they are asked a trivia question related to the image. The player selects the level of difficulty of their question and decides how many chips to bet on whether they know the answer. Different question levels pay out different amounts: true/false questions pay 1:1, multiple-choice questions pay 2:1 and open-ended questions pay 3:1.

Awards

American Mensa chose Eye Know as a winner of the Mensa Select award in 2008.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Think you know a lot? Care to bet on it?", Hamilton Spectator, May 24, 2008.
  2. ^ "American Mensa Names 2008 Mensa Select Winners". Archived from the original on 2011-07-24. Retrieved 2008-05-23.

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This page was last edited on 4 October 2019, at 00:07
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