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60 seconds- what's your story

  • Creative fun: one of the best adult party games for a fun evening with friends yet also a development tool for creative imagination, self-observance or self-expression.
  • Who can play: one of the best creative games for teens and adults. Anyone can play, everyone has a story to tell. Recommended for 12+ years. An engaging way to empower players to tell a story.
  • A game of expression: a unique form of creative writing and storytelling makes this one of the best self-expression and imagination building games on the market today.
  • Psychodynamic theory: Carl gustav Jung, one of the founders of this theory, saw storytelling as a creation of dream quality, one that helps us find the treasures in our minds.
  • Game contents: 40 cards, instructions, and 5 explanatory archetype cards which are based on Carl gustav jung's theory, Jung in a nutshell card and a sand timer.

What's Your Story? 60 Seconds is an engaging and powerful game empowering players to create and tell a story inspired by cards. The game is based on an ability to tell a story made up of 5 components - randomly picked cards forming the backbone of the story. To ensure stories are authentically retrieved from our unconscious mind, a sand timer allows only 60 seconds to observe the 5 selected cards and create your story and 60 additional seconds to tell the story. All 5 elements appearing on the cards must be present in the story.
There are five different types of cards and they are color coded by type. The five different piles are arranged in the following order: Hero, Place, Target, Obstacle, and Strength. The top card is flipped up in each pile and the players have 60 seconds to create their story. Then each player has 60 seconds to tell their story. There are only two rules:
- Your story must include the 5 elements appearing in all the cards.
- Your story should not exceed 60 seconds.
The winner is the player telling the story voted best by most players providing the two abiding rules are met.
The game can be experienced in several ways as a fun evening with friends, a development tool for creative imagination, a classic tool for self-observance or as a self-expression tool.
Jung's theory, one of the founders of Psychodynamics, served as the inspirational basis for developing the game. Jung saw storytelling as a creation of dream quality, one that opens up the person to the treasure hiding in his unconscious mind. Additional information about Carl Jung's theory can be found inside the game.
For 1-10 Players recommended for ages 12-99. The game consists of 40 cards, instructions, and 5 explanatory archetype cards which are based on Carl Gustav Jung's theory, Jung in a nutshell card and a sand timer.