I think… therefore I am who…? This ‘guess who’ game features 52 great thinkers from Da Vinci to Freud, Machiavelli to Woolf. Players take on the personas of leading figures from the worlds of anthropology, architecture, art, design, literature, philosophy, political theory, psychology, science and sociology. Your opponent tries to guess who you are by asking ‘yes/ no’ questions or – if stumped –by requesting hints. A brilliant way for players of all ages to learn interesting facts about humanity’s brightest minds.
Includes 52 game cards.
Pack measures 89mm x 126mm.
Instruction card and Thinker index included.
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