30 Seconds

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Number of players: 2
Number of back-up players: 1
Own supplies: None
Location: De Heksenketel


The object of the game is to score more points than the opponent. A point is made when one word is guessed correctly. Two teams, consisting of 3 persons, must strive to identify as many names as possible during each turn of 30 seconds – the most being five. Players are called describers and identifiers. All players must take their turn at being both describers and identifiers. The describer within a team must rotate with each turn. The rules are according to the official website of the game.

Describers MAY
-describe the names in any way they wish, including singing, humming and gesticulating;
-describe the names in any order;
-use the words ‘and’ and ‘the’ that appear in some of the names.

Describers MAY NOT
-say the actual names on the card in their hand;
-look at the names that must be described before the timer is turned over;
-say any names or words derived from or related to the names they are describing;
-use any ‘sounds-like’ or ‘rhymes-with’ tactics;
-say or refer to the letters of the alphabet;
-use translations;
-point to anything.

When a word is described with a fault above, no points can be earned for that word anymore.