Experience the decade of change: The 60s
Were you, your parents or your grandparents part of the decade that changed the world?
Did they sing Ian and Sylvia’s “Four Strong Winds” around a campfire in the 1960s? Were they swept up by Trudeaumania or did they join Mel Watkins in the Waffle group to push the NDP to the left?
Or did they cheer Prime Minister John Diefenbaker for refusing President John F. Kennedy's offer to place nuclear weapons on Canadian soil?
Perhaps they were even part of the protest movement at La Macaza, Quebec, to ban the bomb in Canada. There's one way to find out for sure: play this game with them and the stories will all come out.
You will unearth the hidden history of the 1960s when you play the game It Happened in The 60s. Check out the scene through 288 questions on sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll, politics+college and much more.
The questions are all multiple-choice. Previous knowledge of the decade will help, but there’s also an exciting element of chance. The game’s designer once lost a game of It Happened in The 60s because he wasn’t the first one to answer questions in the categories and regions that gave him three X’s in a line!
Play this game and you’ll remember the 1960s – or discover them.