We’ve been receiving great feedback from you guys and there is some that we’d like to share! Many of you have created your own new rules for the Irrational Game, but some have eliminated them all together.
Matt from Illinois brought the game along to his family’s cabin for Labor Day vacation and rather than playing it like a game, they created a debate. They took turns pulling out random cards and reading them aloud. Then each person had a chance to answer and defend their choice, which led to wonderfully irrational discussions. Together, they narrowed it down to the most probable choice before revealing the answer.
Playing this way allowed Matt and his family to give more thought to each individual experiment for hours of family fun. No keeping score, no winners or losers, just a great way to relax and chat.
Thanks for this great alternative game play tip!
Got any other interesting ideas? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org