More than a game
"One of the most difficult tasks men can perform, however much others may despise it, is the invention of good games and it cannot be done by men out of touch with their instinctive values." — Carl Gustav Jung, Psychologist
Apparently Carl Jung had an appreciation for the potential of games. We hope that this game comes close to approaching what he thought of as a good game. And now we're considering more than a game?
From your first round of action you may notice something a little different about this game. Thinking. And thinking about what's best for you. None of this roll-the-dice-and-do-what-it-says stuff. You're free to think and use your imagination to express yourself and what you want to do for yourself.
And what you do for yourself affects your feelings. So, the drama and suspense pinballing your feelings from hopeful to happiness to disappointment to success to fearful to relieved to anger to excited to revenge to proud to anxious to helpful to regret to competitive to smug to being the butt of laughter us what we call a game.
According to Cammy: "It [has all] the best [features] of all my favorite games."
But beyond that, there is more– as if that wasn't enough. You'll discover surprising things about yourself and others and money and the world. We're not going to say more because the discoveries are different for all.
So you can think, tickle your feelings and go in your imagination where you've never been before.