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Designer and publisher Andrea Meyer might be best known for Hossa!, a self-published game (later picked up by Schmidt Spiele and due out in a new edition from Meyer's BeWitched Spiele in 2010) in which players name and sing songs that fit in suggested categories in order to score points.
With Freeze, co-designed with Hans-Peter Stoll, Meyer is asking players not only to sing, but also to dance, to act up – in general, to do whatever it takes to communicate with the audience. Freeze puts players into an improv theater four at a time and challenges them to create a scene based on a situation that only they know. More importantly, each of them has a rank card numbered 1-4. Says Meyer, "Each of them knows their personal rank which the others shall guess later. The actors' task is to act out their rank so obviously that the others can guess it." Once a 45-second timer runs out, the scene is over and the actors must freeze to then let others guess their rank.
Description written by W. Eric Martin and used with permission of BoardgameNews.com