360 Stories is a game without winners or losers. A game just for two or for a large group. You can play it for an hour or all night long… 360 Stories is an invitation to rekindle lost memories and swap tales together. Stories from a distant past, from the present or somewhere in between. Trivial stories or deeply emotional events. You can keep it light-minded or go very deep: you decide what story you tell.
- “The tears were rolling over our cheeks laughing, until my eldest said it’s been a long time since he laughed so much. And that’s saying something for the usual (adolescent) curmudgeon.” Part of a review of Infomaatje.
- We played 360 Stories on New Year's Eve with a couple of friends. We had so much fun since we discussed totally different topics than we would do normally. I was surprised by the stories of my friends and we really got to know each other a lot better! Janny Wever
- “I love this game! Even the wife I’ve been with for 28 years, gets new stories from me and vice versa. But even with people that are somewhat more distant from me, it’s great. The game offers multiple levels making the stories very diverse. The age-zones give the stories a different angle and the combination of ambiguous themes with an age provides for some interesting stories. I want to play more!” Bart Spijkerboer
Share your stories!
“Once upon a time”… For centuries stories start with these magical words. “Once upon a time” takes you along in a world filled with magic, wonder, heroism and the most beautiful love stories. Storytelling is of all ages, of all places and stories are carriers of important messages. That which should not be forgotten, can be shared among others using stories.
“Once upon my time”… Everyone has a story to tell. Personal, funny, moving, poignant, educational stories; we all have them. A good story, a real story, inspires. People that hear each other’s stories, understand each other better. And by telling, often you’ll gain a better understanding of yourself. So be brave, play 360 Stories and share your stories.
SHARE YOUR STORIES – Share your similarities, respect each other’s differences.