The Cube (game)
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The Cube is a Kokology game about self knowledge and is played by asking a person to imagine and describe a set of three to five objects. The game is usually played by two people. One person is designated as the narrator, and the other is the interpreter. Usually these roles are swapped after successful interpretation. The Cube is a way of judging somebody's personality by the way they narrate the following.
The narration phase
While there are slight variations of the game from person to person, the game begins by asking another person to imagine a desert scene. The game then follows by asking the person to place and describe a cube in the scene. Once the cube is completely described, the narrator of the game then asks for the player to describe a ladder that is also placed in the scene. This process continues with foliage and/or flowers, a horse, and finally, a storm.
Once the narrator has an understanding of the scene described, he or she may assist the player in interpreting the scene.
- "Secrets of the Cube" by Annie Gottlieb, Slobodan D. Pesic
- "The Cube: Keep the Secret" by Annie Gottlieb, Slobodan D. Pesic
- Annie Gottlieb, Slobodan D. Pesic, Secrets of the Cube: The Ancient Visualization Game That Reveals Your True Self, Hyperion
- Color Psychology