Have things around you that you can choose.
To figure out that this game has absolutely nothing to do with the items that the leader chooses. Another objective is to try and get others to really listen to everything you say.
Directions that the leader tells everyone: “I’m going to say three things around me,(you can point to them, it’s not a ‘guess the items’ kind of game)and you all have to guess whether they are all right, half right, or none right. There is a reason why the three things are all right, half right, or none right, but you all have to figure out why. I can’t give any more directions. If you do figure it out, don’t tell others how to play, let them figure it out.”
Directions for the leader: State the directions above each and every time you play this game. Pick any three things you see around you(but keep it in your head), then you decide whether they’re going to be all right, half right or none right. If you want them to be all right, you say “alright” before you state the three items. Some examples are “Alright, let’s play” or “Alright, let’s play again”. If you want the items to be half right, you say “O.K” before you state the items. Some examples are “O.K., let’s play” or “O.K, let’s play again”. If you want the items to be none right, you don’t say anything before you state the items; you just start saying them. Make sure you remember whether you chose all right, half right, or none right, because otherwise it doesn’t work. In this game, the items that you pick have nothing to do with whether they’re all right, half right, or none right. The trick to this game is to be creative with what you pick; try to puick things that have something in common, so that they think they have it when they really don’t. You can even give subtle hints, like “Listen to EVERYTHING I’m saying”, or something like that.