Each round of Hues and Cues , a player takes on the role of clue giver. They draw a card and choose one of the four colors shown on it. They then give a one-word clue that does not name the color, refer to its position on the board, or indicate anything in the room. Each other player then places a guess token on the color square that they believe is the clue giver’s color. The clue giver may then choose to give a two-word clue, in which case the other players each place a second guess token on the board. No two guess tokens can ever occupy the same color square.
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