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- Part word game, part bluffing game…all fun!
- Uniquely simple, excitingly fun and extremely addictive
- You must think like your partner and connect with him or her, only problem is…you don't know who your partner is!
- So much fun it's addicting
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Linq is not a word game, it's not a strategy game and it's not a bluffing game. But all 3 elements are combined in this exciting and extremely addictive game. The object is to guess which 2 players have the "Linq." If you have it, you must think like your partner and connect with him or her. But you don't know who your partner is and this is only the beginning.
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4 cards, 1 pair 100 reasons why you should be right. It's not a word game. It's not a strategy game. It's not a bluffing game, yet all three of these elements are combined in this uniquely simple, excitingly fun, and extremely addictive game: LINQ. The object of the game is to guess which two players are the LINQ. If you are the LINQ, you must think like your partner, and connect with him or her. The only problem is, you don't know who your partner is!
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This game comes in a normal box with a small box of cards, basic "quick" instructions, detailed instructions, two dry erase boards, two small dry erase markers, two pads of paper, and six small pencils. If you wanted to use your own supplies, you probably could. The concept of the game is rather simple so I don't know why there are two sets of instructions. There is also a small discrepancy between the two sets of instructions regarding the scoring of the bluffing players that could lead to some confusion. I think the box could have been designed to make more efficient use of space since there really shouldn't be too much to the game besides the cards.
I don't know if this is my favorite game but it combines word association and bluffing which are both mechanics that I enjoy. I think my problem with games like this is that depending on who you play with it might be too easy. I think some people are better are psychological games than others (or maybe it's just that people are bad at bluffing and some games rely more heavily on the bluffing aspect). In any case it could conceivably work in a party setting or if people have been drinking or just having lots of fun and not taking it too seriously. I think it's also worth a look because it's a fraction of the price of other party games and it has supplies you can cannibalize for other games (e.g. the pencils).
All that being said, the quality of the game is rather poor. Cards are printed on cheap cardstock, thin and prone to damage, and the marker that comes with it is barely functional. Pick up a new marker and just don't damage the cards and you'll have tons of fun.
Also, does anyone know if there is an expansion pack for the word cards?