From the rules: "SOCIAL SECURITY is a new, novel, non-competitive game for family, classmates, church groups - or for any 'happening'. SOCIAL SECURITY consists of a game board, six kinds of cards, a spinner, pawns, and a die. Players, from six year olds to grandparents, will find themselves stretching their imaginations and practicing new communications skills." Players move around the board drawing, reading, and commenting on mildly thought-provoking cards. Some cards ask for an opinion on interpersonal issues, some present Ozzie and Harriet-type domestic problems then ask for possible solutions. Certain squares direct you to spin a large spinner built into the game box that directs similar tasks ("Share a time when you had good luck", "Describe your favorite teacher") The game morphs into a Christian version with the substitution of one deck of cards and the use of a spinner overlay. New spinner directions are like "Say something about forgiveness" and the new cards have Bible verses and stick figure drawings of Jesus doing things. Great concept, but the execution is a little mundane and unimaginative.