For about five years now, a favorite pastime for me and my cousins is to play Mafia:
Mafia ([...] also known as Werewolf, Assassin or Witch Hunt) is a party game created in USSR modeling a battle between an informed minority and an uninformed majority. Players are secretly assigned roles: either “mafia”, who know each other; or “townspeople”, who know only the number of mafia amongst them. In the game’s “night” phase the mafia covertly ‘murder’ a townsperson. During the day phase, all of the surviving players debate the identities of the mafia and vote to eliminate a suspect. Play continues until all of the mafia have been eliminated, or until the mafia outnumber the townspeople. A typical game starts with seven townspeople and two mafioso.
It’s essentially a game of logic and deception, and as my little cousins have gotten older (and wickedly smart), the game has gotten more and more fun. I think we logged about eight hours of it over the last few days.
Relatedly, I took a 360-degree panorama of us playing in my grandmother’s living room. I used an app for my Android device called Photoaf. It does a serviceable job of creating panoramas on the go. To put this up online, though, I re-stitched the photos using Photoshop and output the panorama using Pano2VR: