How to Play Story Slams

Introduction: How to Play Story Slams

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Slap Stories is A Great Time-Killer to play on rainy days. I liken it to a combination of Uno and Story-Telling. This really brings people together, and is so easy to learn and add your own family twist.  So, Lets get started!

Step 1: Print This Stuff Out and Cut It Apart

This is probably the hardest part. Download the word files I attached and cut them. (I used a paper cutter, but that's up to you)

Step 2: Play!

How to Play:

The Object of the game is to get rid of all your cards. First, divide the deck between everybody equally. (Or Half of it, if you're playing with a group of 2 or 3 people) Then start a story. You could Google for story-starters, but you can just start one from your own mind. (and Deck) Then, you must put down as many cards as you can within 5 sentences. First one out wins.

That was easy, right?

Step 3: Variations

You Could Conceivably make your own deck, or add to mine. Here are some ideas:

Center your deck around a genre (Sci-Fi, Action)
Center your deck around a TV show, book, or movie that everyone is familiar with.
Use only single-word cards.
Use only action cards.

Or you could even twist the rules a little:

Find a way to be able to gain cards back
Limit the number of cards you can put down in one turn
Place a time-limit
Increase or decrease the sentience-limit
Make Teams

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    8 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome! We have already tried something like this game, but there is a similar game on the WarpSpawn, too:


    It's really sure that you mention: on a rainy day (or simply in a good company) these games can bring people together.

    Fhtang! And congrats;-)


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the kind words! I'll have to check that out!


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Very cool I'm going to share with with some teachers for indoor recess.


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    That question mark was supposed to be a exclamation mark. Sorry about that...