The Magic Ring Game

A communication board game with fascinating discoveries that encourages players to discuss memories or feelings related to a game board image.

Richard Goes into More Detail into the Gameplay of The Magic Ring

Players can add topic cards or vote cards to focus and enhance discussions as well as keep score for playing competitively vs. cooperatively.

With five board games and endless possibilities, Magic Ring can give you hours of positive fun through true communication.  By tossing the dice and moving the game piece, each player is able to tell a story or relate an idea that can be surprisingly funny or touching or both!  But more importantly, it can show you the depth of feelings and connections between the players.  Real emotions and ideas will flow when you play with the Magic Ring.  From business partners to families to those dealing with brain disorders or trauma, everyone can benefit from the open communication that Magic Ring fosters.

1– EXPRESSIONS –  Facial recognition experts say that even infants as young as five weeks old can tell the difference between happiness, fear, anger, and surprise just by looking at faces they know.   See if the expressions on our game board bring out emotions in you as you play.  When you land on an expression, try mimicking it.   Let other players rate your effort and see who wins!

2– WORDS of ENCOURAGEMENT –  You might just be surprised when you play this game with children.  Words like “honor, hope, and integrity” might not mean the same things to players of different ages.  The word “love” can be used in association with both a delicious chocolate chip cookie and the partner you spend your life with.  It is fun to see how many examples you can come up with for each word of encouragement you land on.

3– COLORS and SHAPES –  Many shapes, like the heart and arrow, are familiar to players.  Other shapes can be open to interpretation. Typically, rounded, smooth shapes are associated with calm emotions and ideas, while the more angles in a shape, the more complex and intense the thought.   Color also holds many meanings.  Typically, warm colors like red, pink and yellow are more often interpreted as intense or passionate.  Cool colors like blue, green, aqua and purple are seen as calming and peaceful.   Do you ever see red or feel blue?

4– ANIMALS –  Animals are definitely a part of our lives in many ways.   Approximately 62% of all American households have at least one pet, with 45% having a dog.   See if you can imagine the life and sounds of each animal you land on.  This is a great game to play with those who have limited verbal skills, since players can make sounds and perform various movements to participate.

5– VARIETY –  Combining the best of each game board, the variety board will give you many opportunities for both verbal and non-verbal play.  Variety play is great for groups of mixed ages and skills, since many different interpretations of each image can be made.

Magic Ring will help you have a deeper connection with anyone, from business partners to family members.

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