The library is a place where we offer stories in various forms and treatments. In addition to books, films, music and spoken word, games also help you to immerse in the story. And as opposed to books, social games have the advantage of allowing players to directly influence the story. In the thematic year focused on children, the library issues an original card game called Fairy-tale cards. Find the storyteller/narrator in you!
Players, storytellers, collectors
The fairy-tale card set consists of nine sets of cards, each of which
includes six motifs from traditional fairy tale stories. In total, the set
consists of 54 prepared cards. For the game to have the right dynamics, it
is recommended to use at least three different sets at a time. Illustrations
were done by Helena Rosová, a graphic artist and illustrator. Fairy-tale cards
can only be obtained personally at one of the Municipal
Library's branches. Available while supplies last.
How to play
1. Fairy-tale cards is a game for one or more players.
2. Cut and mix the cards.
3. Put the cards face down (as in a memory game).
4. Turn at least 3 cards.
5. Take a moment to think and put together the main storyline.
6. Tell a story. There are no limits, but the stories must make sense to
the listeners. If the listeners get lost in the story, they may speak up.
7. You can score each story by points or vote the best one.