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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Our family and friends had a lot of fun playing this game.
A great game for groups of people who want to have meaningful conversation and get to know each other better in a non threatening or non competitive way.
Through seemingly simple and nonthreatening questions, you begin to learn more and more about whomever you play the game with.
Such a cool non-game board game to draw out personal conversation. I use this game to engage the teens in conversation that might not arise in typical conversation. E.g. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Leslie Macchiarella
I use to play this game at slumber parties.(The Ungame) but, not this updated version. I remembered it as a lot of fun. So having teens around now I thought it might be fun. Read morePublished 1 month ago by HoneyBunny:Sweet&Charming/MidNiteVelvetBunny
This product is a wonderfulas it allows the therapist to reach its clientele on the level that is more comfortable for them.Published 5 months ago by Misty
Didn't use the game board and game pieces, but enjoyed the good questions with my friend. Somewhat over-priced for only playing one time with one person, not that many questions... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Stephen Gifford
this game is amazing to play with young teens through adult. The questions asked are relevant and kids will actually answer them honestly and those answers are great to engage in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. PAUL
I often use the cards with other games such as Jenga and Uno as others have suggested, which seems to be make it more engaging.Published 7 months ago by Mindful Mark
fun game that gets the players to think about and share personal feelings, excellent for family and friends. a aPublished 7 months ago by George A Ruch
I teach 5th grade, and I use this "game" to promote conversation among small groups of children whose first language is not English. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. S. McCauslin
Our family and friends had a lot of fun playing this game. We found out lots about each other that we really didn't know. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sally Dinovo