# How long does a game of 30 Seconds take?

## How long does a game of 30 Seconds take?

1 hour
One player must guess a word from their teammate’s explanation, much like Charades, with the aim to guess as many possible answers in 30 seconds….30 Seconds (game)

Publishers 999 Games Calco Games Kiwi Games Woodland Games Limited (Ireland)
Players the minimum is 2 the maximum is 16
Setup time < 1 minutes
Playing time 1 hour

## How do you play 30 Seconds virtually?

Players pick a card, and get their teammates (from 2 to 16) to guess what is being described as quickly as possible, with the aim to guess as many correct answers in just 30 seconds!

What are the rules of 30 Seconds?

The 30-second Rule states that we should encourage someone within the first 30 seconds of starting a conversation with them. Examples of encouragement are: “Nice presentation last week. You brought a dry subject to life.”

How do you play Zoom in 30 Seconds?

Teams get 30 seconds to discuss their answers with each other, which they can do secretly by using the ‘private message’ function on Zoom. Once the 30 seconds are up, it’s time to play. Get the teams to give you three answers each, going one by one. The team that got the most right, win the point.

### How do you play countdown on Zoom?

Countdown. You’ll need a set of the Countdown Letters Card Game for this one, but all you need to do is get someone to pick vowels or consonants while you draw the cards (and place them so everyone can see them on the screen) then set your timer and you know the rest – longest word wins!

### How do you play Blankety Blank on Zoom?

Blankety Blank!

1. 6 panellists, 2 players.
2. Show Player 1’s question. Panellists write their answer on their mini-whiteboard.
3. Player 1 says their answer.
4. Ask each panellist to show their answer, and the player wins one point for each match.
5. Repeat for second player. The player with the most points goes on to Supermatch.

Is 30 Seconds an Irish game?

It’s kind of relevant” Easy to play and huge fun, 30 Seconds is now widely stocked in the UK and Ireland. In May last year, during the first lockdown, 30 Seconds completely sold out in retailers across Ireland. Greg had forecasted stock would comfortably last him until October but sales were just huge.