The British TV show âPointlessâ has been adapted and is now watched in other countries. The aim of this TV show is for teams to guess answers that havenât been given by many people. Instead of getting the highest number of points, players aim for the lowest score. Perfect for people of all ages to play, a Pointless-board-game provides a lot of fun. Children who are as young as ten can play this game. Not only can players compete against each other individually, but also in teams of two which is what happens in this TV show making it the perfect party game.
When a Pointless-board-game is played, each competitor will face many questions across a variety of topics. As packs of cards that contain questions are in each game, a group of friends will not only have fun but they can also learn about various subjects. Even though it is entertaining, a Pointless-board-game is very educational and children can learn about a subject which they had no prior knowledge of, and they can expand their knowledge thanks to the more obscure facts and figures theyâll be learning.