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You Think You Know Me, A Conversational Card Game That Inspires Learning More About Each Other

“You Think You Know Me” is a conversational card game that inspires players to learn more about one another in a real life setting. Game creator Ami Baio explained that the cards help people open up in a safe, trusted way with questions and open statements. You Think You Know Me is a conversational card...
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