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vintage Whosit? the star-studded guessing board game by Parker Brothers from 1976
Ages 9 to Adult, 2-6 players (best with 3 or more), 45 minute play time
includes game board, 48 question cards, 20 character cards,
answer box, 4 answer chips, instructions and original box

Players randomly choose one of 20 character cards which depict one of the cast of characters. Each character has a variety of characteristics. There are a few oddball characters that will either always lie, always answer no, or answer yes or no to any question. Players also receive a few question cards. Players take turns asking the questions on their cards to the other players. A yes answer gets you more cards to ask more questions. A no answer means no more questions, but you may try to guess the identity of all of the players. When a player makes his guesses a box is handed around and each player puts a chip in the Yes side if his identity was correctly guessed or a chip in the No side if it was not. The guessing player looks at the results and the game ends if all the chips are in the Yes side.

Condition notes: The board and plastic parts are like new. Character cards have some wear--light wrinkles, some appear to have been creased a bit. There are 2 chips missing; easily replaced with a thin coin (dime size). The box has writing on lid, surface wear, rubbing, scuffs and tape attached to the sides.

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vintage board game - Whosit - Parker Brothers - 1970s

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