|Stuff required:||Rooms, furniture.|
|Preparation:||Setting up the rooms.|
|Time required:||20-30 minutes.|
|Place required:||Two rooms with furniture.|
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Feng Shui meets Chinese Whispers. Rearrange the room according to telephone instructions.
The players are divided in two teams, one in each room. You have some form of communication between teams (a phone line, instant messenger or Twitter chat, or just a couple of people that go back and forth between rooms shuttling messages) Your task is to make both rooms look like each other as much as possible, by shuffling the furniture around.
Arrange two rooms as well as the communication line beforehand. It's not neccessary that the rooms have the same size or items of furniture, though too different rooms will make the game harder. You may want to keep some items on the side for players to improvise with (if you played Checkpoint beforehand, you can use that game's items)
At the end of the playtime, take pictures of both rooms and compare them. The team that went to the greatest and/or cleverest effort wins!