Group playing a version of Rock Paper Scissors in fun group game called Evolution


Chaotic & highly interactive community-building game.

  • Very playful & fun
  • Highly interactive
  • Promotes critical thinking
  • Ideal for large groups
  • No props

Step-by-Step Instructions

Video Tutorial

How To Play Narrative

Practical Leadership Tips

Social-Emotional Learning

Health & Wellness Programming

Popular Variations

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Useful Framing Ideas

Reflection Tips & Strategies

Program Templates


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Have you played this activity? What worked, what didn't work? What type of group? Do you have useful advice for other users? Do you know a fun variation?

Comments (4)

  1. Mason Burke

    Another variation that I’ve learned and found helpful is superheros instead of supreme beings. The superheros goal is of course to help others – reach the top of the evolutionary stages! No one gets left behind.

    • Mark

      Mason, I love the cooperative nature of your variation. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. David Piang-Nee

    Great activity especially if you have a group full of energy.
    Use it quite often and works a treat.
    Variation is that anyone how doesn’t progress can remain at the same level instead of dropping down a phase. Usually use that first and then introduce the dropping down a phase as extra level.

    Another fun add is that everyone who reaches the Supreme Being, get sing a song of their choosing that they all know the lyrics to.. the one i was shown was “Stop, In the name of love” by the Supremes.. if the campers do not know it, they can sing any song of their choosing.. Great to have everyone singing with actions and in sync

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