Design by Jessica Creane | Graphics by Nichole Mottershead
Social deduction in a poetic muddle
The human mind is unverifiable. We only ever directly experience our own, private thoughts. With that in mind, how well can you communicate a series of concrete and abstract concepts to a partner using only simile and metaphor? Moreover, do you trust them to tell you if they got it wrong?
According to philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951), language does little more than distort our understanding of the world. With this game, your goal is to embrace the poetic muddle of language by clearly communicating with your partner/s through indirect communication.
- ~6 minutes per player
- 5 – ∞ minutes