The Questions Game (Also Known As Questions Tennis)
Number of Players: 2 or 4 players
Required materials: None
Time required: Variable, can be very long just like tennis.
This game can be very amusing and engaging. It does not make a good icebreaker or party game.
The premise is very simple each player asks a question and must respond with a question. If the player responds with a statement or hesitates too long a point is scored. Points can also be scored if a player uses rhetorical questions, repeats a question or responds with a non sequitur.
The game is demonstrated at its highest form in the play and movie Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are dead. See the video below.
Humorous Questions. Designed to make you think and make you laugh. The make an excellent icebreaker or conversation starter.
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