Three for All
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Who will find the common bond first? Players split into two teams. One player goes up against the timer and describes the three target clues. Buzz in at any time because on every turn it's a total Three for All!
"A wad of hair that plugs up your drain..." "Clog!"
"At a gas station, you pay at the (blank)." "Pump!"
"A tire with no air in it is (blank)." "Flat!"
"A huge construction machine used to lift beams.. "Crane!"
"After you chew your food, you (blank) it down your throat.." "Swallow!"
"A high-ranking priest in the Catholic Church who wears red.." "Cardinal!"
That's how you play Three for All.
It's like a mix of Catch Phrase and Tribond into one. If you like these two games then you will like Three for All. We love to break this game out with people who do not normally play games. Generally, they like to play Three for All because the rules are simple and the competition is not fierce. It's just fun.
Fans of TriBond will enjoy the continuation of its popular premise in this party-friendly game. It's as simple as cluing a set of three words, then letting the others guess them and figure out what they have in common (their "Bond"). Just roll the eight-sided die under the "Buzzler," then start cluing. The first person to hit the Buzzler and identify the Bond then lifts the Buzzler and earns as many marbles as the die shows. You win when you accumulate 28 marbles, but you can also lose all your marbles if you flub a clue. Add a bit of wit and three-part harmony will soon be yours.