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20Q game has you all figured out

Kidsday reporter Matthew Thomsen, of Wading River Elementary

Kidsday reporter Matthew Thomsen, of Wading River Elementary School, plays the game 20Q. Credit: Thomsen family

I had the chance to review the 20Q, a handheld electronic game (TCG Toys).

The object of this game is to think of an object and then let the game ask you a series of questions about the object. You push the yes, no or maybe button to answer. From those questions and your answers, the game tries to guess what the object is that you are thinking of in 20 questions or less. When it is having trouble guessing your object, it goes over the 20 questions.

My mom and I played this game in the mornings while waiting for the school bus to arrive. Of the 20 times we played for this review, 20Q was correct in guessing 14 of the objects we picked. With that said, it is cool how it can guess correctly by asking certain questions of us and guessing our actual object.  

This game is fun to pass the time. I think that kids as young as 5 years old all the way up to adults can have some fun with 20Q.  

Rating: 4 smiles out of 5

Melissa Levonick’s fifth-grade class, Wading River Elementary School

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