Objective of Think ‘n Sync The Great Minds Think Alike Game
The objective of Think ‘n Sync The Great Minds Think Alike Game is to score the most points by matching answers with the other players.
Setup for Think ‘n Sync The Great Minds Think Alike Game
- Grab a pencil and paper to keep score.
- Choose a player to be the scorekeeper. Make a score column for each player.
- Place the deck of cards and the scoring tokens in the middle of the table.
- The player who most recently drank a cola will be the first reader.
Playing Think ‘n Sync The Great Minds Think Alike Game
The role of reader rotates between the players each turn. The next two players to the left of the reader become the “syncers”.
The reader draws a category card and grabs the eight scoring tokens.
The reader reads the card’s main category from the top of the card. They will then read the first sub-category.
The reader slowly counts down “3…2…1…”. On one both syncers say the first thing that comes to their mind. If both syncers say the same word, they will each receive one scoring token. If they say different things, the players do not receive a scoring token.
The reader then reads the next sub-category to the same two syncers. This continues until all four sub-categories have been read from the card.
The players count up how many scoring tokens they received. Each player earns one point per token.
Setup for Next Turn
Play then passes to the next turn. The player to the left of the reader becomes the next reader. The next two players to the left will become the new syncers. The next turn is played in the same way as the previous turn.
Once all of the players have been the reader once, players may switch places so they can play with different players.
End of Game
The game ends once all of the players have been the reader twice. The player with the highest score wins the game.
Year: 2017 | Publisher: Gamewright | Designer: Garrett J. Donner, Brian S. Spence, Michael S. Steer | Artist: NA
Genres: Party, Trivia
Ages: 12+ | Number of Players: 3-8 | Length of Game: 15-20 minutes
Difficulty: Light | Strategy: Light | Luck: Moderate
Components: 225 cards, 8 scoring tokens, instructions
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