More or Less is a verbal group game for at least two players.
Among its players the game is also known as "running short of adjectives." You will find out below why.
One of the players (it) has a word, which can be anything; an object, a concept, even a proper name. Starting with objects is recommended for beginners, though.
Other players make a guess in turns. In response to each guess, the It responds by comparing 'the word' and 'the guess' and says "it's more... than a [guess]". In the response the It has to
use a new comparative adjective for every new guess. The player who finds 'the word' picks a new word and the game continues.
Let's say the It has 'table' as the word, then the game could go like this: