Verbal Tennis

Verbal Tennis is an unusual game in which two players carry on a conversation, taking turns making statements. The only rules are that each statement must be in the form of a question and cannot repeat another statement that has already been made. If a player gets stuck and cannot make a coherent response to the previous statement, he or she loses. A game might begin as follows:

PLAYER 1:Are you feeling well today? PLAYER 2:Don't I look well? PLAYER 1:If I knew that, why would I have asked you? PLAYER 2:Why do you care how I'm feeling? PLAYER 1:Is it impolite to ask? PLAYER 2:Can't you figure that out for yourself? PLAYER 1: What? PLAYER 2: Didn't you hear what I said? etc.


Folksonomies: games wordplay

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 Rules of Play: Game Design Fundamentals
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Folksonomies: games game design gameplay