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Game in English.
The board game That's a Question!, takes on the familiar format of challenging others with questions and then voting on what they will say.
In more detail, each player has a hand of hexagonal cards, with words or phrases in three blocks of color on the card. In a round, you choose a player who has a chip in front of him, take that token, then present him a question by choosing one of the three question prompts (all of which are color-coded), then choosing two cards from your hand and adding the properly colored section of those cards to the question. An example of the question: "What would you miss more if it ceases to exist: Facebook or the doors?" This player secretly votes on A or B, while everyone except the questioner secretly votes A or B depending on how they think the person will answer; a voter may eventually add his 3x score token to his or her vote.
Once everyone votes, you reveal the tiles. All those who voted correctly advance by one or three boxes on the scoring track, and the questioner advances one box for each person who voted incorrectly. If you pass some space on the score track, you get your 3x chip (if you used it). Since you can only ask a question to those who have a chip in front of them, everyone asks about the same number of questions, and the one with the most points after a certain number of rounds wins.
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