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PlayStation Store Description (from Ad Blurbs)Compatible with PlayStation®3, PSP® (PlayStation®Portable), PlayStation®Vita and PlayStation®TV.
Think of something and 20Q® will read your mind by asking a few simple questions. The object you think of should be something that most people would know about, but not a proper noun or a specific person, place, or thing.
ANIMAL: Anything that is alive and can move.
VEGETABLE: Anything that is alive, but cannot move.
MINERAL: Anything that isn't alive and cannot move.
OTHER: Anything else.
UNKNOWN: You are not sure how it should be classified (maybe no one is...).
If the 20Q® A.I. does not guess the object you were thinking about, you win! Let’s play!
Download of this product is subject to the Sony Entertainment Network Terms of Service/User Agreement and any specific additional conditions applying to this product. If you do not wish to accept these terms, do not download this product. See Terms of Service for more important information.
One time fee for use of downloads on up to 2 activated compatible Home Console systems and 3 activated compatible Portable Console systems.
See Health Warnings for important health information before using this product.
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©1988–2011. 20Q and “I can read your mind…” are the registered trademarks of 20Q.net Inc. All related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of 20Q.net Inc. All rights reserved.
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