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A non-competitive game that encourages conversation and communication. Use as an ice-breaker or for a serious exchange of thoughts, feelings and ideas. This pocket-sized Ungame can be played at parties, in the car, at the beach, at home or anywhere. It is one of six versions and has different questions than the board game. These cards can also be used with the board game.
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.
Additional Product Info
Ages 5 through Adult
Grades K through 12
2 - 6
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts Not for children 3 years or under
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I love using the Ungame for family sessions. I pull out the choose 1...
May 8 2020
I love using the Ungame for family sessions. I pull out the choose 1 cards because people usually don't like them. There were 25 of them in the deck.
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We play the Ungame at dinner time as a low-key conversation starter....
September 4 2020
We play the Ungame at dinner time as a low-key conversation starter. Before the meal, Mom randomly selects 10 cards and uses a magnet to clip each card to a magnetic strip on the wall (see photo). This allows each family member to select a specific card they want to answer, and also keeps the cards off the dining table, and therefore clean. After the card is answered, that person can choose another person to also answer the question, or not. The kids and parents all seem to enjoy the game; sometimes the teenager will even ask if we are playing the Ungame tonight. The teenager says it's because the rule is nobody else can talk except the person answering the question. The questions range from light-hearted to thought-provoking, and the responses are sometimes surprising but also insightful to how the kids are feeling. Highly recommended!