Instead of everyone guessing who they are, they decide who they are (or draw a card that says who they are), and everyone else has to guess. It is often played as 20 questions, in which people have to guess with yes or no answers by asking fewer than 20 questions. This game works well with groups of any size, however, the larger the group, the more fun the game becomes. You don't want it to be too easy, but at the same time, it won't be any fun if no one has heard of the people you're trying to guess.
Once a player correctly guesses the identity of their character, they can continue playing by answering other players' questions, or you can decide to wait in an area away from other players. Use this game as an icebreaker at the beginning of a party, a way to get people to mingle and get to know each other, or to liven things up when a party starts to fail. In addition, depending on the size of the group and the amount of time you want to spend playing the game, you can choose one of the following methods.