Ungame Pocket-Sized: Families Version
created by Rhea Zakich
Examples of Pocket Ungame “Families” Version:
- Who is the “talker” in your family? Who is the “listener”?
- What family holiday experience has left pleasant memories?
- What kind of food do you think would describe you? Why?
- Describe your mother in three words.
This noncompetitive game encourages people to share thoughts, feelings, and ideas as they explore a variety of topics. Players respond to cards that pose personal questions (e.g., "What are the four most important things in your life?"). A "code of silence" forces players to listen to the individual who is responding. Spaces on the board encourage players to describe how they've been affected by anger, excitement, happiness, success, affection, frustration, worry, and loneliness. Used by thousands of counselors, therapists, and teachers, this entertaining game helps families, couples, and friends spend time together, sharing their feelings and listening to one another.
Expand the usefulness of the Ungame with these pocket-sized games. They can be played in the car, on an airplane, at the beach, or anywhere. Each of the four versions contains 140 questions—completely different from those included in the original game.