Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Query)

Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Query)

ChiTAGFair is always a fun experience for our entire family but last year we took a different spin and let our young correspondents interview inventors and company representatives. Because they enjoyed it so much (and everyone else thought it was cool), we decided to do the same again this year!

We had the pleasure of speaking with Phoebe Stephens, Co-creator of Query the Game at her booth. Query is a party game where players earn points for identifying the top Internet search predictions and for fooling others into choosing their well-crafted answers. It’s great in a family or more adult social setting.

Each card has a Query beginning and 4 real Query endings. The dealer reads the Query beginning out loud and players come up with their own endings, write them down on whiteboards and submit them to the dealer.

Meanwhile the dealer chooses a real Query ending that he thinks nobody will guess from the card and writes it down on a whiteboard. The dealer reads all the endings out loud, including the one he chose. Players then take turns guessing which is the real ending.

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Scott

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A former manufacturing executive, Scott now balances his family life with ownership and backend administration of websites such as SahmReviews.com, GiftCardCollector.com and a number of other online properties. He also is an occasional writer and full-time board game fanatic.

6 comments on «Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Query)»

  1. Sounds like it was a great event. Wish someone would have an event like this closer to my home.

  2. Terry says:

    I just bet Phoebe enjoyed your Daughter being there… after all, it is usually the kids who are playing the games.

  3. Sounds like this was a very fun event! I would have loved to join!

  4. Michele says:

    This sounds like a fun game that I would very much like to play! I think it is great that they allowed your girls do the interviewing.

  5. Well now! That would get me out to play – I love this type of activity with others and it is also a bit of networking 🙂

  6. What a great idea, allowing the youngsters to do some interviews, they probably have a better understanding of the market than many adults

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