How to Play:
First get organized: Choose a Question Master & divide into however many teams you want. Anywhere from two to scores of people can play at one time. Give each team a mini-pencil and pad of paper for secretly recording answers.
The Question Master picks a card and reads four questions, plus a clue. Teams may confer and write down their answers together. There is no waiting to take turns. If at any point a team has figured out the common connection between the four questions they must shout out "LINKEE." (For example, if the answers were John, Paul, George and Ringo, the Linkee would be, The Beatles.)
Questions cover a wide range of topics, making Linkee suitable for both teenagers and adults. There are questions on geography, math, pop culture, art and literature, history, and everything in between.
If a team's answer as the link to the four questions is correct, they get to keep the card which has a letter (L-I-N-K-E-E) on the back. When a team has collected enough cards to spell out LINKEE, they've won the game.
Features & Pieces:
This toy teaches, encourages, develops & supports: