An entertaining guessing board game for the Tarantinki company is very simple and fun, but nevertheless it requires all the participants in the game to be quick-witted and to be able to think logically in a short period of time. The composition of the game: - tiaras-holders - 8 pcs; - cards with pictures - 36 pcs; - hourglass - 1 piece; - hat elastic - 2.5 m. Preparing for the game: Before starting the first game, cut the supplied elastic into 8 pieces, approximately 30 cm each. The ends of each elastic should be tied to the holes in the tiaras-holders, trying to do this carefully and economically. Now they will keep well on the heads of even the most active and restless players. For the play of young children, a presenter is desirable - an adult or an older child. Older children can play without a leader. The players put on the tiara-holders on their heads, the presenter explains the rules, sets the order of the move, shuffles the cards and attaches the card he received to each player in the tiara-holder. The remaining cards are placed in a pile, face down, in the center of the table. Rules of the game: The players sit in a circle and the game begins. The next player turns over the hourglass and begins to ask questions to all other players or to any specific player, trying to identify himself (guess who or what is depicted on his card). Players are required to answer his questions quickly, clearly and truthfully. If the player manages to guess what is depicted on his card, he takes it for himself. Then he chooses and attaches on his head the next card from those lying in the center of the table. The game continues while the sand is pouring in. The move ends with the sand in the upper half of the clock. The next player in turn begins his turn by flipping the clock. If during a move it was not possible to guess the card, the player continues to try in his next moves. If the card is not guessed in any way, you can change it to another, but not very often. For example, every two moves. The winner is the player who has collected the most cards. Our game is designed for children from 7 years old. But it can also be played by older children, teenagers or adults. To make the game even more interesting, you can create and draw your own cards by cutting them out of cardboard or standard note paper. Or you can just write the prepared words on sheets of paper. Happy pastime to you!