Games: Playspi, a card game to share and deepen your faith

Games: Playspi, a card game to share and deepen your faith
Games: Playspi, a card game to share and deepen your faith

The game Playpi is an original medium to encourage emulation around subjects relating to spirituality and faith. Its originality lies in the fact that it is not a quiz or question-and-answer question but rather suggestions that the players appropriate and associate with each other. The game, which can be played by two to six players, was published by Bibli’o on May 10.

The principle is simple: to start the game, the player places a card on the table quoting a young person’s statement on a philosophical or spiritual question. In response, other players can choose from the three types of cards available to them: youthful statement, inspirational quote, or Bible verse. The goal is to enter into a conversation with the first card by justifying their choices. It is also possible to provide an illustration which can be found on the back of each card.

Neither winner nor loser

Playpi is a game in which there is neither winner nor loser, the principle of which can be reminiscent of a sort of exquisite spiritual corpse. Inspired by the Montessori method, its creator, Agnès Charlemagne, designed it to encourage “introspection and dialogue” through the association of ideas and themes.

The game is primarily aimed at young people and adolescents, but deals with themes that affect all age groups. A proposition that enriches the innovative and constantly renewing offer of ZeBible. Affiliated with the publisher Bibli’O, ZeBible is a project that imagines and designs supports and animations conducive to the transmission of the biblical text to younger generations.

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