Thursday, June 14, 2012

Free Card Game for Educational Purposes

This summer I decided to just give away copies of What's It To Ya?.  That's the previous version of my game Oh, Really!, which is featured throughout the blog.  If you want to use the game for educational purposes, please let me know.  I'll send a few copies out a week for an indefinite amount of time.

Just email me at and tell me how you intend to use it.  I will select among requests due to my limited budget (U.S. addresses will be preferred) and I will likely contact you later to get your opinion of the game if you'd like to share it.  Please understand I'm doing this as a personal endeavor and I do not represent the publishers of the game in either form that is widely available.  In other words, don't be upset at them if I can't send you one because I ran out of money for this!

Since it's summer and most students aren't in school, I'll be glad to target other educational settings such as:

  • Homeschool families
  • Church groups such as Sunday school or other focused ministries
  • Summer camps
  • Counselors
  • Trainers

Please pass the word along if you know of someone who might find the game useful.

Check out my page on critical thinking games to see how I've used the game and what other resources are available.

Also, here are two remixed versions of videos I made years ago.  The first one combines the clips of random people that we asked to rank five items.  It shows the serious and silly extremes that can be achieved with the basic activity of the game.

The second one shows the laughs, but it also includes an overview of how it's played.

Best party game ever??  Well, at least it's flexible and can provide some serious fun...

How the party game is played...

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