About The Writer
Since his childhood, Brad has enjoyed bringing his friends and family together to play all kinds of games. However, with the invention of so much technology, Brad saw a decline in group-based activities within his own family and circle of friends. Inspired to bring people back together without technological interruption, Brad crafted the ultimate playbook of games he created to give people a reason to come together and “unplug” for a while.
Unplug & Play! 50 Games That Don’t Need Charging is the culmination of decades of games Brad has played over the years. With 50 games which test each player’s ability to strategize, bluff, read minds, memorize, think quickly, and solve puzzles, Unplug & Play! 50 Games That Don’t Need Charging encourages people to come together for a few minutes – or a few hours – for a challenging and fun game that requires virtually nothing more than pens and paper.
Unplug & Play! 50 Games That Don’t Need Charging
Six Entertaining Chapters
Match your list with the lists of other players. Do you think alike? Matching games often lead to much conversation about interests, likes, dislikes and what each individual in your group considers to be the most popular, common or well-known choices on many different subjects or themes!
Games which offer an excellent opportunity for people in your group to be REALLY creative, for everyone to get to know each other a little bit better and perhaps make each other laugh… and for all of you to test your skills at BLUFFING!
These games all require some sort of strategy which will enable you to have the best chance to win.
It’s all about speed in this group of games! Be the first to come up with the answer and you win!
Games that test your memory. How well can you remember what you have seen or what you have heard? What kind of memory techniques can you use to get a leg up on your competition?
Fun puzzles which are easy to make for your group of competitors. See which individual or team in your group can figure your puzzle out first!
“The world needs a book like this!”J.J. Abrams
“Unplugging is liberating! There’s something kind of retro-fabulous about laughing with your family!” Barbara Keller
“The games are awesome! How else do you get a family of 18-20 people, ranging in age from 7 to 100, fully engaged in a game at the dinner table… and everyone’s laughing!” Lindsay Sacks
“These games are fun for adults, educational for kids, and almost all of them are executed in the simplest form of entertainment: paper and pen! Great way to get a group of teenagers unplugged from all media outlets, fully engaged in family fun, and asking for more!”Kelly K