Do you like to play games? No, I don’t mean the dating kind of “Games People Play,“ but regular, score keeping board games. Family games. Friends over, let’s-play type of games.
How about a game that won the 2012 Award for the best Game Of the Year by Creative Child Magazine? You’re cool; you’re current; you want to play the new game in town.
A game that causes writers like you and me to search for new words. A game that helps boomers exercise their brains. A game that children enjoy playing, with their friends, siblings, or a generation or two beyond their age groups.
I discovered such a game last night at dinner with my brother, Jerry (of the African name story two blogs ago.)
It’s called KerFlip. It’s a word game, it’s fun for children and adults, and has a leg up on other word games. I am always looking for something different to bring when I :
*go to a friend’s house for dinner
* visit my children
* Bring a gift to an ailing friend
*A ‘Thank you” gift
* have a small surprise for no special reason at all.
Check out the website, Kerflip.com/about. See what the game looks like, meet the inventor, and watch a demonstration to see how the game is played. You can buy a game at kerflip.com/purchase.