Any group of 2 or more people can play a yes/no game. At first, you should choose the leader.
The leader chooses the situation and introduces the other players to its conditions. The leader knows the answer but doesn't reveal it to the others.
The aim of the players is to guess and tell what has happened. To achieve it one should ask questions, and the leader can answer only “Yes”, “No” or “It isn't important / I don't know / Specify the question”.
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The leader says: A naked person was found dead in the middle of a field. There was a burnt match in his hand. What has happened and how did he get there?
The players start asking questions:
- Was there anybody near him?
- Did he die naked?
- Was he ashamed of his nakedness?
- It isn't important.
And so on ...
A yes/no game is a real roller coaster for your brain. It helps to develop both hemispheres, teaches us to analyze, explore, find hidden causes of things that we can't understand. Many organizations conduct brainstorming in the form of a yes/no game because they want their workers to obtain better thinking skills.
The benefit of the game is that it doesn't require any special equipment. You may play while walking, in transport, at a party, in pairs or large groups.
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A skilled leader may add their own details to the story (the game can become much more complicated due to the lessening of the amount of answers “I don't know ” and “It isn't important”).