Lunchbox Games: Scattergories
Date: Dec. 9, 2021
Time: Noon-1 p.m.
Take a lunch break this Thursday, Dec. 9, for some online Scattergories! The edition of Lunchbox Games is sponsored by the University Advocacy Committee and UAF eSports.
Register for game on Zoom
Rules for Scattergories:
Scattergories is a word game where you roll a giant dice with letters on each side. Then, you fill out a list with random categories like actors, colors or things you find in a zoo. Each answer needs to start with the designated letter. You get a point for each original answer. If someone else has the same word as you, neither of you gets the point. Prepare to argue about who counts as a celebrity and how creative you can get with the names of colors.
Some other rules to abide by:
- No adding an adjective before a word to make it work with the letter (e.g., Blue Toyota for “cars that start with B”).
- No repeating words (e.g., no using orange for “colors that start with O” and “fruit that starts with O”).
- Be nice and have fun. This is just a rule for living life.