‘Castles’ is a game of strategy. It’s simple to learn, great fun to play, and suitable for all kinds of groups, from school children to corporate teams. And the best part? You play it outdoors in the fresh air, whatever the weather!
I’ve taught this time management game to thousands of people of all ages and they always say the same thing:
“We love playing Castles!”
Here are a few players' comments:
“It makes you work as a team”
“You have to decide what matters and then do it at the right time”
"One word - AWESOME!"
Deciding what to do and then doing it is what managing time (and life) is all about. Castles condenses those decisions and actions into a game that improves your ability to do both.
How to play Castles:
Castles is a strategical time management game in which teams have to enter opposition territory to win a prize whilst defending what they’ve already got.
You will need:
To get into the opposition’s castle (50 points) without being tagged in the opposition’s half and therefore sent to their jail.
Tips and Strategies:
The best way to enjoy it is to give it a go. Learn by doing - with each game you'll get better and better.
Afterwards, encourage the players to reflect on their decisions - what was good and what could be improved?
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