In Bezzerwizzer you can play all-in-one or in teams, and in short, you have a bag of 20 different categories, each of which draws 4 as one distributes on their plate from 1 to 4 points. You then play such a category-piece as the opponent reads and here it is possible for the opponent to break in with his special Bezzerwizzer pieces that the opponent feels that one can answer a question but does not think that the player can . (There are some other rules for the mini)
A little story:
At the beginning of 2001, a young Jesper Bülow would like to make a quiz game for the family and friends. Initially a game was made, but a lot of questions were collected on the computer, but when it was collected for a board game, the first version of the game was made.
The game was successful at home, and 4 years later it was suddenly a firm and a permanent job, the game was launched throughout Denmark. Many people were involved in product development, and the result was Bezzerwizzer's game with 5,000 questions.
Today Bezzerwizzer is available in 7 different languages ??and 9 different variants.