Ways to play - Who are you?

Ways to play - Who are you?
There's definitely more than one way to play Outsmarted! 

From an intimate two-player game with just your iPad to the real Game Show experience on a big screen TV.  Which one will you become?
  • The Purist - The purist has trouble letting go of that dusty old question pack, but soon realises Outsmarted and it's question set are just.. a lot better!  So they opt for intimate candle-lit iPad sessions (with the volume set low), playing with their partner or perhaps even a guest or two on very special occasions.

  • The Family Guy - The family guy (or girl!) understands Outsmarted is the perfect way to get the whole family involved. They have struggled to find a game that everyone enjoys playing and their kids spend more time glued to their phone than reality. But with Outsmarted everyone's happy and can compete together, best of all...  their kids are learning without even knowing it!   

  • The Frenemy  - The frenemy is your best friend until they get around a table with a board game. They suddenly change to become uber competitive. They are prone to sending invites weeks in advance - "How about Outsmarted three weeks on Saturday?" They make sure their iPhone 11 Pro is fully charged before the game starts because they somehow believe a full battery gives them an edge.
  • The Show Off - The show off streams Outsmarted to their 4K projector with their 8 speaker Dolby Digital setup providing a studio-like atmosphere. They place a large leather chair in front of the screen and everyone has to take the hot-seat during their turn with a spotlight shining down on them for extra pressure!
  • The Control Freak - The control freak runs Outsmarted on their Windows laptop and streams their laptop screen to the TV. They then act as a TV show host using their mouse to control the game. They can be heard frequently saying "Is that your FINAL answer?" & "That's the WRONG answer!"

  • The Party Animal - The party animal invites everyone over for a mass team game of Outsmarted. Rounding up 6 teams of 4 players (24 total)! They also have a giant trophy for the winners and an endless supply of drinks and snacks on hand.

  • The onliner - The onliner rarely has guests and prefers online gaming to real life. They arrange weekly remote game nights with their friends dotted around the country. 

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