Play the cards

Teenagers – Hierarchy – Awkwardness

A game about being a teenager. About fitting in. About knowing your place in the hierarchy. This is the first real house party. No parents. That important party that everyone attends and anything might happen.

A deck of card is used to indicate high school’s unspoken, but still very public popularity rating. We have the popular girls (hearts), the cool guys (spades), the alternatives (clubs) and the outsiders and nerds (diamonds). But everything can happen during this important evening and who you thought you were might not be who you are.

Relive the angst and feeling of being a teenager and being stuck in a system that you neither made nor can change. And with the demand that all that happens at this party will most likely be the most important event in your entire life. Welcome!

By: Tyra Grasmo, Katrin Førde, Trine Lise Lindahl and Frida Sofie Jansen
Duration: 4 hours
Number of players: 30

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