Dinkee Linkee

Dinkee Linkee, big Linkee’s playful younger brother, is a super-simple, shout-out-loud fast and fun quiz for kids. game with a twist. The rules to Dinkee are the same as Linkee, but the questions are different—they’re written for kids, by kids!

This family party trivia game with a twist does things a little differently than other quiz games—for starters, players don’t win by getting the questions right, but by guessing the link between the answers!

Only 30 minutes to play. Two minutes to learn. No boring waiting your turn. Kids answer the four questions and spot the connection. There’s also a clue to help too. As soon as they’ve got it, They shout “LINKEE!”

Ages 8+
2-30 Players

Includes trivia cards with over 1400 questions and links,
4 pencils, 4 fancy printed pads and simple rules.


Now available at Barnes & Noble

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