WHO WHAT WHEN WHERE WHY HOW
Players write interesting questions and respective answers which then get scrambled. These leads to some hilarious results.
Passive. Little or no movement is required.
4 or more players.
What You Need To Play
Pencils and paper
This is a game of questions and answers. First, the group sits in a circle and decides if the question will begin with who, what, when, where, why or how. Everyone writes a question on a scrap of paper, folds it, and throws it into the middle of the circle. Then each person selects a piece of paper from the middle (making sure it's not their own) and writes down the answer to the question. One person starts by reading the question on their paper to the group, but not the answer. The person to their right then reads the answer they have written on their paper. Then they read their question, and the next person answers, continuing like this around the circle until everyone has read and answered. This is a great game and it can be really funny if you ask interesting questions. Be sure to get really creative!
Austyn, Mesa AZ