huunuu’s crucial conversations game!
The aim of the game
The aim of the game is simple; it’s about stimulating great and important conversations.
Learn something new about the people around you. Be curious!
We tend to avoid difficult conversations. You know the ones that make your toes curl and your throat go dry. The ones that help you speak the truth, search your heart and tell it how it is.
Talking about death can be some of the most difficult but important conversations we have. Awkward. Tricky. Yet cathartic, heart-warming and surprisingly life affirming once you begin!
Our conversation cards will help you connect with others and start meaningful conversations about how you live and your end of life.
When you take your final bow, make sure it’s a story worth telling.
Our cards can be used in any setting, from a sit down game to a chat over a round of drinks, they even work as an exhibition tool!
One great way to use the cards is in a workshop or presentation setting to engage your audience. Simply hand the cards out amongst your participants and get them to answer and talk about their cards.
You can hand out as many or few cards as you’d like. Each card should provide 2-5 minutes of conversation, so base the amount around your timings.
Our crucial conversation cards are a game and a communication tool in one, use them to suit you!
If you’d like to base a workshop around the cards or you’re interested in us coming to deliver a workshop or event for you contact us via:
There are 5 wildcards in the pack, which ask you to commit to an act of kindness that takes place after the game has finished. You can remove these cards before dealing, if you’d prefer to play without them.
These cards were created around huunuu’s 7 random acts of kindness. The huunuu team are always ready to help, support and act. Sometimes the spontaneous moments have the greatest impact. Play it forward and make the world a little bit brighter.
Once you’ve achieved your card share your story with us on our social media pages using #huunuuwildcard or email: