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The game is clearly patterned after Pictionary, just with a bit less variety and a longer track. The "everyone plays" rounds are a bit problematic, though -- unlike Pictionary, where you only hear the opposing teams' guesses behind your back, in this one you also hear the questions they ask -- which you can then easily repeat.
It's a fairly interesting task, asking rapid yes-or-no questions to hone into a specific item, but the board and scoring system don't really add much to the experience.
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