.A Card Game about Alcoholism and Spiritual
* 1000 Questions about partying, hitting bottom, getting sober & finding
Two or more can play. Great for teams in larger groups. Best suited for
teens in recovery.
* Easy to play
answer questions, win points, attain serenity,
become a sponsor, help a fellow alcoholic, receive grace or stay in denial.
Test your knowledge and luck... makes learning a recovery program fun.
* Game components include 250 cards containing 4 categories of Q&As,
* Great to play
after a meeting or any time.
* Useful for
sober houses, shelters, rehabs, correctional facilities and therapeutic
Bill Pagum for more information and a complete Brochure
Address: 8 Cromwell St
Kittery, ME 03904
A Card Game about Alcoholism and Spiritual Recovery
U.S. $29.95, size 4"x4"x3", weight 1 pound
Recovery Encounter is easy and fun to play as well as educational. Players
score points by correctly answering questions. The 1000 questions and answers
are divided into four categories of 250 each: Party, Bottom, Sobriety, and
Spirituality. Party questions, worth 10 points, recall "fun" times
with alcohol. Bottom questions, worth 20 points, describe the chilling effects
of alcoholism. Sobriety questions, worth 30 points, cover intriguing information
about the program. Spirituality questions, worth 40 points, show the paths
available to people whom want to expand this facet of their program. These
four categories cover 4 of 6 sides of a die. The other two sides are "Grace,"
worth 50 free points and "Denial," worth minus 25 points.
Play of Game
The player throws the dice, another player reads the question corresponding
to the dice face, and if the answer is correct, the player obtains points.
Points are automatically added or deducted for a "Grace" or "Denial"
roll. At the 250-point level, the player becomes a sponsor. The game can continue
with the sponsor giving subsequent points earned to the player with the lowest
score. The game ends when all the players become sponsors. Two to eight people
can play, form teams with larger groups.