Contestants try to "read the room" to see which scenario the crowd would pick. The crowd's noise level is measured with the "Voice Vote". Just connect a microphone to the computer to see if the crowd picks "This or That".
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Add players names, edit the scenarios. If you are working on 2 different computers you can export your answers and import them into another computer. Or just keep multiple sets of questions.
The Mic Level slider is used to adjust the audio level of the Voice Vote to best match the crowd's noise level.
The game will give you screen prompts to guide you thru the game play. Step #1 is to Show the Question.
After the Audience has had a chance to read the scenarios. Then you click on #2 Start Voice Vote. A question will light up and a red audio meter will show the crowd how loud they are. The question that has the most noise for the most amount of time will win.
After the Voice Vote, one contestant will get to guess what they think the crowd picked. Click #3 Whos turn to guess? Then #4 What did they pick?
All that is left now is to click #5 Show the results. This will trigger some fun animations and usually a great response from the crowd as they see what they picked.
#6 Clear, will bring you back to the intro screen and you are ready for the next question. Repeat as time allows.