The game is simple, easy to learn, and perfect for large groups. As few as two people, or as many as four teams of any number of people can play. One must, however, have been at some point in time a fairly regular viewer of the show to stand a chance or get any enjoyment out of the game.
The object of the game is to answer questions from The Andy Griffith Show, move around the board, and land on the final square. One of four different categories is indicated on each square around the game board, and, you cannot move off of a square until you correctly answer a question from that particular category. After three consecutive turns, however, if you still cannot answer a question from that category, you can declare yourself "stuck" in order to move to a different square. If you are stuck, however, you have to roll the die and move back the number of spaces indicated. The four categories are: "True/False," two categories called "Questions With Specific Answers," and "Multiple Choice."