Here at Sussed Family Business HQ, we think life would be a lot less stressful if people got to know each other a bit better.

Our solution has been to create thousands of real and imaginary scenarios that can tell you more about someone in minutes than you might find out in years.

Having launched in 2011, over one million people globally have played Sussed in five different languages.

For some, Sussed is a hilarious conversation-starter, for others a highly competitive game.

One thing we’ve learnt since we began is that getting to know someone better is a process not an event. Another is just how good it can make you feel.

And so we continue our adventure through the curious world of perception versus reality in a quest to create new Sussed scenarios.

Our hope: that we'll spread a little happiness along the way!



We believe it's time to stop taking conversation skills for granted.

Conversation is hard, but here's why it's important.

Conversation can boost mental wellbeing and social intelligence.

It can also relieve stress and fight loneliness.

That's why our mission is to make conversation the best part of people's day!



With 10% of our profits going to charity, this year Sussed is proud to support the campaign Time to Change. Here’s why…

“Time to Change is a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health problems.

Experiencing a mental health problem is hard enough, without having to deal with the shame and isolation that can come with it.

We know that talking about mental health isn’t always easy. But starting a conversation can help break down barriers and change lives. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Sussed, to help spark conversations and encourage more people to talk about mental health.

“For Time to Talk Day 2020, we sent out 60,000 Sussed: Time to Talk cards to over 6,600 workplaces, schools and individuals across the country, to help get people talking about mental health. The cards were used as icebreakers and conversation starters, helping colleagues, friends and family get to know each other better and opening up conversations about mental health.”

Let’s end mental health discrimination - visit www.time-to-change.org.uk

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