WHAT Are* The Rules?!

  1. Two people can play at one time. It's better with two players than playing alone.

  2. Get a piece of paper and a pencil to keep score.

  3. There are six categories, and each category has five questions (the dollar amounts).

  4. The higher the dollar amount, the harder the question.

  5. Flip a coin to see who goes first.

  6. The winner of the toss clicks on a dollar amount in one of the categories.

  7. You'll be given a question and three answers. Pick one answer.

  8. If you answer the question correctly, go back to the game board to choose another dollar amount, a new category (if you want), and a new question.

  9. If you get the answer wrong, the other player gets to choose a category and answer the next question.

  10. That person gets to keep going until they get a wrong answer. Then it's your turn again.

  11. The game ends when all 30 questions are gone. And the winner is the player who has the most "money" (or points) by the end of ....WATT's That?!.

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SUPER "PRIZES" you'll "win!"

* Please note that saying "What's the Rules" is bad grammar. "What's" is the contraction for what is. "Is" should take the singular subject "rule." "What are" takes a plural subject "rules." This is called verb-subject agreement. And we're using WATT instead of what because it is a homonym - a word that sounds the same as another word but has a different meaning. Watt is a measurement of energy but sounds like what.

We did this because it sounds funny with the title of our game, even though we know it's bad grammar. This is called "poetic license."