Let's Get Closer: Family Edition
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Let's Get Closer: Family Edition, by Intelligent Change
An easy-to-play conversational game designed to strengthen relationships with relatives and nurture connectedness between generations. Share your favourite memories and create opportunities for meaningful family gatherings with the new Family Edition of the Let’s Get Closer game.
A conversational card game for families to spend more quality time together and get to know each other better.
How it works
- Let’s Get Closer Family Edition features family bonding topics–– family values, childhood memories, and dreams.
- Mindfully curated questions—based on the principles of positive psychology and positive language—spark engaging conversations around family traditions and life experiences.
Questions are curated in a way to help you share personal experiences, bring different generations together, and strengthen your bond. → Gain a more positive perspective on your life and relationships. Reflect on what truly matters to you as a family. Get closer to each other.
3 levels of closeness: Close, Closer, Closest
100 prompt and wild cards
Each progressive level challenges players to open up more, speak their truth, and engage in open conversations.
Wildcards in each level pose fun activities and fun challenges to go deep and connect on a new level.
Recommended for players of all ages
100% recycled, biodegradable, FSC-certified paper
How to Play
Select your question cards
Plan a special gathering with your family. Create a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere so everyone gets the chance to participate.
Choose which level of closeness you’re comfortable with based on how well you know each other.
Get closer with deep conversation.
Take turns reading and answering the questions. Listen mindfully and engage in discussions. Ask follow up questions if you feel it’ll help family members open up more.
Try more questions from the same level. Go up a level. Even go down a level. There’s no wrong way to play, as long as you’re getting closer.
Reflect on your discoveries
Take some time together and reflect on the answers. What was the most interesting or surprising thing you learned about your family?