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Friedemann and Meyer self-published Monstermaler through their respective 2F-Spiele and BeWitched Spiele companies in 2006, and now Belgian publisher Repos Production is issuing a fancy-dancy version of the game complete with erasable pens and wipeboards.
Your goal in Tadaaam! is to draw well enough that others can guess who you drew, while also guessing the identity of the folks on other cards. At the start of each round, each player chooses a celebrity or historical figure (or randomly draws a name from one of the cards), then draws half of that person on half of his wipeboard. Once most players have finished, everyone rotates their wipeboards to their neighbor, looks at the name on the new card, then draws half of that person – but without looking at what the original person drew.
Once the drawings are finished, wipeboards are revealed one-by-one to others. If no one guesses who you drew, then both "artists" lose a point. If you guess someone's identity first, you score two points. Whoever has the most points after a pre-set number of rounds wins.
Description written by W. Eric Martin and used with permission of BoardgameNews.com