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The Ungame  Over 4 million sold - Translated into 14 languages

The leading family communications game! Players progress along the playing board as they answer questions such as, "What are the four most important things in your life?" and "What do you think life will be like in 100 years?" This non-competitive game can be a great ice-breaker or a serious exchange of thoughts, feelings and ideas.

In today's fast paced lifestyle, the Ungame creates the perfect setting to bring back simple communication into our lives, strengthening the bonds in all of our relationships.

Adults and children, families and friends - everyone enjoys the Ungame's FUN format of asking and answering questions that help people really get to know one another. 2 to 6 players


Rhea Zakich
Creator of the Ungame, Speaker, Workshop Leader

For Board Version, send $24 (Plus $12 p/h in U.S., $24 p/h outside U.S.)
Please specify if you want the:
Standard Ungame (light-hearted & serious cards)
Christian Ungame (an additional deck of cards dealing with faith and beliefs)
Catholic Ungame (an additional deck of cards pertaining to the Catholic faith)

For Pocket Versions, send $10 (Plus $3 p/h in U.S., $6 p/h outside U.S.)
Please specify if you want the

All Ages        Couples        Families       Teens       Kids          Christian

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Make checks payable to: Rhea Zakich, 555 E. Memory Ln Unit D-306, Santa Ana, CA 92706, USA

Go to: The Official Rhea Zakich Website

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What others have said about The Ungame:

I love the Ungame I play it all the time with m kids and it just makes us closer! There are also some funny questions that we share and laugh about. I highly recomend it. -Michaela Higgins

Great game for all ages. I use it for therapeutic purposes.  -Jessyca Kellogg

This is a great therapeutic game to develop a relationship with kids and teens. I will be using it in my mobile therapy job to build the therapeutic alliance. You can even go through and select certain cards to apply to your specific child's needs.  -Megan A. Flack

I love this game. I use it in therapy with young clients all the way through adults (in family therapy.) I will probably buy the teen cards that go with it too.  -Julie Lenfestey

As an elementary teacher, I will use some of the questions in the packet #1 to help young students engage in conversation or formally interview an adult or senior person. I will use selected questions from the same packet to engage in questions/answers among themselves as well to gain practice before the actual interview. The ungame has many useful applications.  -Anna Jaker

We played the game as a "family game night" Great for communication. This game was recommended to me and I recommend it to everyone else. Very good for all kids.  -Roxanne Konen

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