Zero asks players to give the “least popular” answers to questions about pop culture, sports, music, geography and more.
University Games asked more than 450 people around the globe questions from the game. The responses were tabulated and assigned points based on their ranked popularity. Each ZERO game card lists the correct answers to each question, with the most popular answers being worth more points and the least popular answers worth fewer points. Unlike most games, you DON'T want to get to the finish. The winner is the player who has closest to zero points at the end of the game.
This game sounds a lot easier than it is, because it is hard to get your brain to not give what the most popular answer is going to be. Also, if you guess something not on the card, you still have to move forward! There is definitely strategy involved here. However, it is pretty fun to play! My only complaint is that they don't have extra card packs for it yet.
If you are looking for a great game to play, Zero is definitely worth checking out. Zero is available through major toy retailers including Toys R Us and they are offering are a $5.00 rebate to anybody who visits http://ugames.com/promos/ZERO_QRC.asp and uploads a copy of their receipt. Also, from now till January 31, 2012, they are holding a sweepstakes where the Grand Prize is a weekend trip for two to San Francisco, including a game night with The ZERO Players. Entrants can sign up through theit website at http://zerothegame.com/win.htm.
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