|Players:||2-6 (best with 2-3)|
|Ages:||12+ (need to have som general knowledge)|
|Content:||1 rules booklet
1 game board
3 decks of cards with each 72 cards, which gives picture questions.
3 FOQUS-books, where you may se the pictures through holes of different forms.
7 counters (which one is used to mark which FOQUS-book should be used this turn)
|Game target:||Guess what the different images represents. The smaller holes, the more points (=steps on the game board). Some squares give an extra guess or infinitive guesses next turn. The winner is the one who comes around the board first.|
|Strategy:||Consider to where the different point make you go on the game board. Sometimes it might be an advantage to wait until next page in the FOQUS-book, to end up on a bonus square.|
|Comments:||Invented 1993 by Anders Jeppsson and Anders Pålsson.
The game of the year in Sweden 1994.
With more than 3 players, it's getting a bit long drawn-out, but it's unusal good at 2-3 persons.
To make it easier, you can avoid images with persons. Particular if the players are young.
(I don't know the English name of the game.)
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