David Mair

‚Äč23 Across (2010) is based on crossword puzzles, but there is no grid or interlocking words. The clues to the key word are given to everyone at the same time. The first clue is worth 4 points, second clue 3 point, third clue 2 points and the last clue is worth one point. The clues are given one at a time and the players write down their guess on their erasable boards. Each clue gets easier, but less valuable. Once all the clues have been given, the answer is revealed to all. The players make note after which clue they wrote in the correct answer. The scores for each player are recorded for round 1.   The player with the highest score after 8 rounds is the winner.