What Am I - Mobile Game

What Am I - Mobile Game

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I was looking for a fun game that you can play with many people. For example, to get to know each other a little better together to laugh or just as a pastime. It was a game that you can play in a group, but also together with one friend. Maybe even on the train, with people you do not know. Tadaa: What am I on your Phone!

What a great way to meet strangers or get to know your friends better! Just ask them to play a round of "What Am I?".

--INSTRUCTION--
Press the start button and show the screen to the other players. After they've read what (or in some cases, who) you are, shake the phone. Now, the fun starts! Can you guess what you are before time's up?

Mind you : It's not easy! Try to ask the right questions, and visualize. Example questions :

- Can you hold me?
- Do I have specific colours?
- Am I expensive?
- Would you like to have me?
- Could you think of any negative effects of owning me?
- If you'd trade me for a car, would that be concidered a good trade?
- Do you use me on a daily basis?
- etc.

Recently changed in this version

I'm working on a hint-system, that will provide you with hints every minute orso. For now, that hint will have to come from your co-player ;)


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Comments and ratings for What Am I - Mobile Game
  • (46 stars)

    by kelsey brookes on 12/01/2014

    Love this game

  • (46 stars)

    by Blessin Brown on 06/12/2013

    Its ok

  • (46 stars)

    by Alexsus Brown on 19/07/2013

    This is a game you can never get bored of as long as you have friends to play it with but took too long to download

  • (46 stars)

    by Chyna Chrisman on 20/06/2013

    Its ok

  • (46 stars)

    by Traci Collinsworth on 14/04/2013

    This game is similar to a game called Headbanz.. I've made questions to go along with it to give players ideas of information they need/questions to ask to help them guess. From a language perspective, its great for social skills, vocabulary, and asking/answering questions appropriately. Thanks.... love it!