Get ready to glam up your game night with my 3 awesome game night hacks! Let me know what your favorite game is in the comments below!
Directions for Guess Who:
1. For two players, make two identical game boards, with the same characters in the same position on each board.
2.Sit across from each other.
3.Without telling each other, choose a character. Your opponent will try to guess which character you’ve chosen, and you will try to guess which character your opponent has chosen.
4.Now, take turns asking “yes or no” questions about the characters.
For example, if I ask, “Are they a troll?” and the answer is “No,” then I flip down all the trolls on my board, eliminating those characters from my next guess. If the answer is yes, then I flip down all the non-trolls. It’s best to start with broad questions, and get more and more specific by the end of the game.
5. Once you think you know who your opponent’s character is, you can use your turn to guess who it is. In order to win, on your turn you must correctly guess who your opponent’s character is. If you guess incorrectly, you lose.
Directions for Talk Jenga:
1.Lay your Jenga blocks out on a table, and mix them around.
2. Build a Jenga tower, randomly placing the question-blocks throughout. Each layer should be three blocks wide, and as you build one layer on top of another, switch the direction of the blocks.
3. As you add any block with a question on it, make sure not to read that question, and make sure the question faces inward, so it can’t be read until it gets pulled during gameplay.
4. You can play with as little as two players. There is no maximum, but if you play with too many people then everyone will only get a few turns.
5. Choose someone to go first. This can be done with a coin toss, or “whose birthday is coming up next?”
6. The player pulls a block from anywhere on the Jenga tower (except the top level). Only touch the tower with one hand at at time. After the player pulls a block, they must place it on the top of the tower, without letting the tower collapse.
7. Pulling from higher up on the tower is safer. Pulling from lower on the tower is more risky, but also makes the next player’s turn even harder.
8. If the player pulls a block with a question, they have to answer that question.
9. If the tower collapses during a turn, the player loses. Keep playing until the tower collapses.
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Host: Gillian Alaire Espina
Director: Will Reese
Show Runner: Rachel Eck
Producers: Rachel Eck & O.Z. Ozmen
Associate Producer: Kristine Schofmann
Writers: Allison Masloske and Rachel Eck
Studio Teachers: Carol Bandy, Natalie Crow, and Cheryl Watson
Production Coordinator: Mikaela Ost
Production Assistant: Lily Zeigler
Production Assistant: Taryn Cruz
Production Designer: Jay Dizon
Hack Master / Art Director: Daniel Clay Fox
Director of Photography: Daniel Lynn
Camera Operators: Christian Armada and Ray Lee
1st AC / Media Management: Max Parada
Still Photographer: Temma Hankin
Sound Mixer: Matt Burgette
Edited by: Jeanie Phillips
Assistant Edited by: Tim Conroy
Line Producer: Jeremy Chilvers
Production Office Coordinators: Allyson Kloster and Leal Naim
Executive Producers: Judy Meyers
Created by: Jeannie Roshar and Gary Anthony Williams
“Life Hacks” Theme Song Written by: Sunny Keller
Special Thanks: Taryn Cruz
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