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|Designer :||Chuck Foley, Reyn Guyer, Neil W. Rabens|
|Artist :||N / A|
|Numbers of players :||2 to 4|
|Age :||6 years old and +|
|Playing Time :||10 minutes|
|More Info :||
People twist and get involved while playing to Twister since the 1960s! You will laugh by having "tied up in knots"!
Twister is played on a large plastic carpet spread over the floor or floor. The carpet is the board game. The carpet has four rows of large colored circles with a different color in each row: red, yellow, blue and green. A spinner is attached to a square tray and serves as a die for the game.
The spinner is divided into four labeled sections: right foot, left foot, right hand and left hand. Each of these four sections is divided into four colors (red, yellow, blue and green).
After the rotation, the combination is called (example: yellow of the right hand) and the player moves his hand or his corresponding foot to a point of the right color. There is no limit to the number of players who can play both!
In a game with two players, there are not two people who can have a hand or a foot on the same circle. Due to the lower number of colorful circles, players will often have to get into precarious positions, which will cause someone to fall. A person is eliminated when he falls or when his elbow or his knee touches the carpet.