The Gameopedia - Social Distancing Edition

Updated: Mar 30

This is a weird time for everybody.


The kids are home on a weekday. Youth group is cancelled. Your friends aren't inviting you over anymore (and if they are, they really shouldn't be). And anytime someone says "toilet paper", the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.


Well, don't fret. Some of you know that I've had an ongoing project called the Gameopedia, a game encyclopedia that's ridiculously easy to use. It's currently filled with over 200 game instructions so that you can make a good time happen anywhere.

Given that a lot of us suddenly have a lot more free time on our hands, I figured I'd try to do my part to make this season a bit easier for everyone.

That's why I've put together a totally free document of easy-to-play games that you can play right now, in your own living room.

The best part is that more than half of them don't require anything but participation! The other half only need simple stuff that you'll probably have lying around.


Here's the link to the document. I hope this helps you through the next little while - or at least the next ten minutes.

My Personal Favourites:


- Back Flip

- The Cube Test (you gotta try this one)

- Finger Fencing


FOLLOW ME

  • letterboxd-mac-icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Facebook Classic
  • Twitter Classic
  • c-youtube

© 2016 Matthew Werenich.

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now