Search

iRespond

Updated: Sep 24

iRespond is a free game offered to the world that requires no materials. If no one is available, and you want to play, you could have fun playing by yourself.

*All rules are subject to change

1-infinite players

The player who first suggests playing the game, goes first, and is considered the lead player.


One word is given from the lead player. After the lead player’s word is given, silence is to be assumed by all players.

Players are given 2-5 minutes (depending on the lead player’s preference) to select their own word to meditate on, and contemplate how they can share their response with the other players. All players must select a word that contains at least one different letter in its spelling from the given word.

After 2-5 minutes (depending on the lead player’s preference) the player to the immediate left of the lead player becomes the current player, and has 2-5 minutes (depending on the lead player’s preference) to share their selected word and response. The current player's turn is up when they are either done sharing their selected word and response, or the 2-5 minute (depending on the lead player's preference) time limit is reached. Upon completion of the current player's turn, a minute of silence is taken by all players. The player to the immediate left of the last current player, then becomes the current player, and shares their selected word and response. This process continues until the lead player shares their selected word and response.


A minute of silence is taken by all players after the lead player shares his or her selected word and response. After that minute of silence, one round is complete.

To start the next round, the player to the immediate left of the last round's lead player becomes the current round's lead player. The process continues in this fashion until the end of the game.

Players are free to enter and leave the game at will. No specific amount of participating players are required to play the game. No amount of rounds or turns are required. Even in the middle of a round, a player can drop out, and the game can end at any time.

© Zac Zion 08/11/2020

3 comments