A card game for creative workshopping.
A deck of cards with almost infinite game play opportunities.
Two decks, one of emotions, one of states. Combine cards from both decks to create interesting characters.
And many more...
Then use the characters and create game play to stimulate creative outputs.
Each person in the group gets a character, and explains what they got up to last night, in character
What would flip the emotional state for this character? How would you make an Sad Accountant happy?
How can your brand help this character in a meaningful way?
What decisions would this character make to revolutionise your business?
WhoZoo helps on a number of levels - it can create an ice-breaker for groups; it can remove hierarchy from a room by putting people in character; it can help break people out of their own bubble by putting them in someone else's shoes; it creates the stimulus for the playing and creation of many games based upon two simple attributes.
A full set of WhoZoo cards (25 emotions + 25 states) and a game-play guide with 15 starter games, printed on 350 gsm playing cards, just the same as you'd get in a casino, but with less risk of losing all of your money.
Yes, we have four expansion packs: technologies, disasters, business challenges, brands.
Each pack comes with its own set of games, and can be combined with the Basic Game Pack.
Yes, we can arrange a live game play and training session or even help you design your own games. Send us an email for more details.
Of course - please do. We offer pre-made packs for sale to make things easier though - and the price of the pack is to cover printing and shipping. If you do create your own pack, please let me know, as I'd love to see it in use. We also encourage the creation of your own games. Purchase the Invention expansion pack to be guided through how you can construct your own games and play sessions.
Of course - please just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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