HomeParentingDigital KidsPhone Stacking Game for the Family Dinner Table Phone Stacking Game – I have revised this game after we unearthed 2 lost iPod touches that belong to our kids. My husband recently jumped the Android ship and got an iPhone. All that is grand, except dinner time has become let’s just talk to each other via messenger. And to think, my kids are just 7 and 9. Then the lovely Pinterest, introduced me to the phone stacking game. Brilliant, except one thing – I needed this for our home dinner table. So, with a little adaption here you have it Phone Stacking Game for the Dinner Table So here you have it. An adapted version of the phone stacking game for families. Check out the rules and enjoy some quality non-technology time at your next meal. The phone stacking game starts at the beginning of a meal. Everyone puts their phones face down at the center of the table. No one is allowed to pick up their phone during the meal, no matter how many times your iPhone buzzes, it doesn’t matter – NO picking it up! The first one to give in loses the game and has to wash everyone’s dishes. If no one gives in, then everyone pitches in and helps with dishes because Mom can’t do it all! The game ends when everyone is done. See mom always wins! My kind of game! Original Phone Stacking Game Here is the original: 3 Responses Rich February 1, 2013 Re: The Phone Stacking Game Hi, Saw your post & wanted to tell you that we have just recently designed an iPhone app for the phone stacking game called PhoneStackr. We think it’s pretty cool and it works great. We designed the game because we too were getting frustrated w/ not being able to have conversations w/ our friends or family w/o our phones constantly interrupting us. Also, like your new set of rules about doing chores! We have a press release we could send you if you’re interested and our website is, http://www.phonestackr.com. Another nice feature of our app is that parents can monitor kids who are texting while driving. The parent & the child both start PhoneStacker and if the kids use their phones for texts, email or FB the parent will know immediately. We think this would work best as a kind of reward system where the child might get an increase in their allowance if they don’t text while driving. Well hope you like it & I’d be glad to answer any questions you might have. Thanks, Rich email@example.com Reply Jessica Oaks March 25, 2013 What a great way of modifying the original game! I will definitely have to try this at home. Do you have any other recommendations for games like these? Reply Rich March 26, 2013 If you’d like to try it we’ll gift it you with codes you redeem in the App Store for free. Just email a request & I’ll send you as many codes as you like, within reason of course. It’s a great game & we think you’ll love it. We only ask that you tell us what you think & what features you’d like to see added. The same offer would apply to Digital Mom. We think she is great! firstname.lastname@example.org Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website * Copy This Password * * Type Or Paste Password Here * Comment Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.