In brief: To figure-out what the opponents have changed in appearance.
Introduction: A problem-solving game that tests the group members’ ability to pay attention to details.
Prop(s): None, to be supplied by Trainers/Facilitators.
How to play:
- Split the group into 2 teams and get them to stand opposite each other.
- Give them 3 minutes to observe as many details as possible about each member of the opposite team.
- Ask each team to find a location where they can’t be seen by the other team.
- Ask each team to change 10 items on themselves (or ask each person to change one item on himself/herself).
- These changes must be easily visible.
- These can include:
- Switching the location of the watch;
- Untying shoe laces;
- Loosening a shirt button;
- Re-adjusting the position of a hair-clip; etc.
- Get the 2 teams to meet again.
- They have 10 minutes to figure out as many of the changes as possible.