DiDa is a fun online board game to play with your families and friend which lets you use your imaginations to understand them better.
Each game requires 2 to 6 players. The player who created the game room can force start a game as long as there are 2 players have joined.
Each player starts the game with 6 random cards. Players then take turns being the storyteller. The storyteller makes up a sentence or phrase that describe one of his or her cards, and then submit it (without showing the card to the other players).
Each other player then selects from among their own 6 cards the one that best matches the story told by the storyteller. Then, each player submits their selected card, without showing it to the others. All cards are shuffled and then dealt face up. The players (except for the storyteller) then secretly vote for which card was the storyteller's. No one can vote for his or her own card.
For the game that only has 2 to 5 players, there will be random cards mixed in each round, so that there are always 6 cards for voting.
If nobody or everybody finds the correct card, the storyteller scores 0 points, and each of the other players scores 10 points. Otherwise the storyteller and all players who found the correct answer score 15 points. Players score 5 points for each vote their own cards receive.
The game ends when a player's score reaches a certain point which depends on the number of players.
A large part of the skill of this game comes from being able, when acting as the storyteller, to offer a story which is neither too obscure nor too obvious.