We really enjoyed playing this game! My eldest who’s 14 is on the autism spectrum and wasn’t sure if she would enjoy it but she loved it! My 10 year old also played and although she found a few of the emotions hard to understand, she still enjoyed it!
Really enjoyed playing this quirky, fun game. Great as an ice-breaker with people you don't know so well but also a really nice way to connect with loved ones. There's a focus on empathising with one another and understanding emotional reactions which could work well to use play to strengthen emotional awareness and ability to discuss feelings in both adults and children who are still acquiring these skills. However, at its most simple it's an enjoyable table-top game that will get you talking.
Our family had so much fun playing this. We loved thinking of silly dreams. Our teenagers loved playing it too and I’ve never been able to get them to join in for the duration of a game before now! We’re Big fans of this great family game
A fun evening playing this game with friends. Never knew I could be so imaginative in my storytelling! Lots of fun twists and turns. Would highly recommend it. It can be competitive for those who like and non-competitive for those who just want fun all in the same game!
20 Dreams was great fun to play. I found that it struck the right balance between skill and creativity. It allowed me to use my imagination and creative thinking, as well as working out unique strategies for trying to win the game. It was a nice bonding experience. I learnt about the character and personalities of those that I was playing against, enjoying everyone’s take on the dream idea and style of narration for their story. It improved listening skills and each turn was like unravelling a little mystery. I think it would also help develop skills of dream recall, imaginative thinking and storytelling.