Im happy to present you the first game "Let's go to penalties, but with affection", which transforms any minimum space into a trully soccer stadium, where everyone can taste the emotions of the king sport. ;-)
WHY THIS GAME WAS BORN?
Everyday, technological evolution has an increasingly and an brutal impact, both in our personal and professional lives. But its not all good news. Because of this, more and more young people, even in young ages, become "dependent" of mobiles, and tablets, causing isolation, dependency, loneliness, and selfishness, and these are becoming, each day, more frequent and worrying, leading to family disconnection early.
This is where this idea comes in. Not to replace technologies (this is impossible), but to create “rest breaks” with soccer games and competition, in order to combat the distance within the family. For this to be possible, I created a game that can be played at home, restaurant, cafes, but also, even in social gatherings, parties, the beach, or swimming pools, given its simplicity of play, ability to involve, transport, and most importantly, interactivity.
CREATE THE STADIUM WHEREVER YOU WANT.
But how can parents and children join together for an idea, not only with the desire to spend time, but also to have fun? Simple, I brought together two of the most irresistible ingredients: Soccer (passion) + Laughter (affection and family communion) + Cards game.
“Let's go to penalties, but with affection”, is an extremely easy game to play, even for those who don't know anything about football :-), and consists only, in a deck of 60 cards, in which the vibration of the football world is felt as if we had a stadium, while scoring and defending penalties but… with no ball :-). In this game, adults become children, and children meet and play with the “child” that exists within adults. So this game is aimed at the family and focused on children from 5 to 12 years old.
DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS PROBLEM AROUND YOU? THEN, JOIN THIS TEAM!
Its time to " rescue ", even for brief moments, our moments of real interaction with our childrens, through "healthy madness", to remember later with a lot of goals, and competition.
If we want everyone, and we all agree with these concerns, let's go, friends, because it is possible. Our children are grateful. 😊