Unplug and Play

Unplug and Play
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Brad Berger

Unplug and Play

50 Original Group Games That Don’t Need Charging


Brad Berger

Unplug and Play! 50 Original Group Games That Don't Need Charging brings people together for hours of hilarious, interactive, technology-free fun that requires virtually nothing more than pens and paper. This compact, travel-friendly book guarantees hours of engaging entertainment with 50 original, rigorously tested games that challenge each player's ability to strategize, bluff, read minds, memorize, think quickly, and solve puzzles. No texting, tweeting, or surfing allowed!

Brad Berger grew up in Great Neck, New York. He attended the University of Colorado where he earned a degree in French, Italian, and German and spent several years living and working in Europe. He currently resides on Long Island, where he works as president and publisher of a 130-year-old, family-owned publishing company. Since his childhood, Brad has enjoyed bringing his friends and family together to play all kinds of games. However, with the invention of so much technology, Brad saw a decline in group-based activities within his own family and circle of friends. Inspired to bring people back together without technological interruption, Brad crafted the ultimate playbook of original games to give people a reason to come together and “unplug” for a while.

SPECIFICATIONS: Hardback | 203 mm x 128 mm | Colour | 192 Pages |  

Best Reviews:            

Creative Kids Tales, October 2016

"Unplug and Play is for the young and old alike and is completely family friendly in this modern world. It would also be a great accompaniment at a party, barbecue - basically any social gathering you can think of! A must have for any household for hours of fun" - Read the full review here.

Kids Book Review, August 2016

"For those looking for a way to drag your children, adult family and friends away from technology even for a short time, here is an ideal solution. This incredibly smart book has been created for exactly that reason. The book is full of interactive games that require only people, pen and paper." - Read the full review here

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