(Honours Project)

36 Rooms promotes emotional discussion and personal connection in a casual and conversational way.
Through a set of 36 “room cards”, inspired by real art exhibitions, the players respond to prompts by selecting cards they identify most with. After a short round, each player is left with a miniature “gallery” of cards which they can give a tour of, discuss their personal choices and compare their responses to everyone else’s.

The game encourages sharing of basic emotional distresses and feelings to get families and friends creating an ongoing dialogue of emotional support and discussion all while getting to know each other a little better.

A set of game cards each depicting a different art installation are scattered in a circle on a wooden table top. In the centre of the circle is a small stack of miniature cards with the top facing card reading: "How do you feel today?"
A wooden table top from above, with the game box for 36 Rooms facing upwards. There is also a black teapot in the top left corner and a cup of tea with milk to the right
A hand, holding a small card which reads: "How connected are you to your friends?". In the background, there are many game cards scattered across a wooden table with the game box lying open behind them.