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Out of 10

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Original Price $19.99
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Out of 10 gives best friends a chance to prove how well they know each other! One friend is blindfolded while the other can see the screen. A number will be chosen at random (ie 4 out of 10) and the friend who can see has to give the other examples of things they think they would give that rating. For example, if you have to get your friend to guess 8 out of 10 and you know they love sushi, you’d say something, “We’re getting sushi and there’s a 20 minute wait.” If they guess the correct rating, you get a point! 

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  • Instructions
  • Instructions: 

    • Launch the game and display it on your screen Bring two best friends up on stage and blindfold one of them (or make it so they can’t see the screen). Then explain that the one who can see the screen will be given a random “out of 10” number. The goal is for them to get the other friend to say “____ out of 10” by giving them examples of things they might rate at that level. 
    • For example, my best friend and I love Marvel movies. If he’s blindfolded and I see “2 out of 10” appear on the screen, I would say something like, “Thor: the Dark World”. That movie is one of the worst and hopefully my friend would rate it and say, “2 out of 10”. It can literally be anything and the best friends are basically trying to prove that they know each other really well. 
    • The controls are wildly simple. Just hit the spacebar to pick a new random number. That’s it! A fun way to play is to have two sets of best friends compete against each other. Have the pairs come up while you blindfold one from each. Then have them take turns with describing the number. If they get it correct, they get a point. If they don’t it’s the other pair’s turn. Keep doing this until one pair gets 3 points (or whatever makes sense for your ministry).