How Many Players
In Memory Lane, players draw cards that prompt them to share specific memories from their past. Each player shares their story with the group, and the other players try to guess details from the storyteller's memory to earn points. The family with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Ways to Play
Reverse Memory Lane: In this version of the game, players are given a list of random items and must create a memory based on those items. For example, if the list includes "umbrella, ice cream, and roller skates," players must come up with a memory that involves all three items.
Guess the Decade: Players take turns sharing memories from a specific decade (e.g. 1980s) and the other players must guess which decade the memory is from.
Family Tree Memory Lane: In this version of the game, players must share memories of their relatives or ancestors. This is a great way to learn more about family history and connect with each other through shared stories.
Pop Culture Memory Lane: Players share memories of their favorite TV shows, movies, or music from their childhood or teenage years. This is a fun way to bond over shared cultural experiences.
Cultural Memory Lane: Players share memories related to their cultural background or traditions. This is a great way to learn more about each other's heritage and connect over shared experiences.
Travel Memory Lane: In this version, players share memories from their travels, such as their favorite destination, a funny story from a trip, or a memorable cultural experience. This is a great way to inspire wanderlust and learn more about the world.
Tips, Ideas & More
To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.