Wabisabi Memory is a traditional memory game, where there are always two cards with one image (link); the game consists of 40 different images made from monotypes. The rules are as follows. Mix the cards and spread them face down on the table. In each round the players (ideally between 2 to 4, to still have a chance to remember something) turn two cards face up so all the players can see them and then turn them face down again. If you find a pair, put the cards aside and continue. If you do not get another pair, it is the next player’s turn. The player with the most pairs at the end of the game is the winner.
A memory game is a good way to practise the simple joy of playing together; you only need a few people and a box of the memory game. Playing Wabisabi Memory is a good way to stop whatever you have been doing and share the moment.