The players are invited to move around, each time they meet another player they create hand-greeting repeating this three times until both partners are happy with the hand-greeting created.
Both players must contribute equally to the greeting (that is, the greeting does not reveal one active player and one passive player). Read More
There is no single structure around which meeting and greeting games may be devised. Meeting games may explore and celebrate the physical interactions of meetings and greetings, the verbal interactions, or both. Players may be creating hand greetings which have never been seen before, introducing themselves in ways which they have never done before, or meeting other players whom they cannot see. Games along these lines are described in this chapter. Read More
Based on a party game this is one of the few games played at the Black-E which we did not create. The players are moving around and meeting in pairs and small groups to ask questions and exchange answers. Read More