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A non-competitive card game that encourages conversation and communication. Use as an ice-breaker or for a serious exchange of thoughts, feelings and ideas.
Examples of questions:
- 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.
- Ages 5 to Adult, 2 to 6 Players.
Pocket Ungame 'All Ages' Version: If there were 6 more hours in the day, how would you spend them? Complete the sentence: 'I wish all people would...' How do you feel about sharing personal problems? What have you done in the past 3 months that makes you feel proud?
Pocket Ungame 'Couples' Version:What quality do you like best in your mate? What is something you really like about your relationship? What adjustments must be made when a couple has children? What emotion is most likely to interfere with your relationship?
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.
Pocket Ungame 'Teens' Version: Do you feel your parents understand you? If you could change your appearance, how would you change it? What do you want to be doing 5 years from now? Share a special event you recall from childhood.
Pocket Ungame 'Kids' Version: Frank must do chores before he can play. How do you feel about doing chores? Joni whats Charlie to play a game with her. What game do you like to play? Tara refuses to enter the contest because she doesn't like to lose. Say something about losing. Kevin was tempted to cheat on a test. If you have ever cheated, tell about it.
Pocket Ungame 'Chrisitan' Version: Jonah tried to run away from God. Have you ever tried to do the same? When? Share 2 things you would like God to do for you today. 'I put my hope in God.' (Psalm 38:16) What are some of your hopes for the future? Jesus was called the good shepherd. Do you feel like a part of his flock? Talk about it.
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