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Giant Connect 4
- To be the first player to connect 4 of the same coloured discs in a row, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally
HOW TO PLAY:
- First decide who goes first and what colour each player will have
- Players must alternate turns, and only one disc can be dropped in each turn.
- On your turn, drop one of your coloured discs from the top into any of the seven slots.
- The game ends when there is a 4-in-a-row or a stalemate.
- The starter of the previous game goes second on the next game.
- To be the first team to reach 21 points
- Set the 2 cornhole boards approx. 8 metres apart with the front ends facing each other. If you have smaller children or less space, put the boards as close together as needed. You can also have the boards facing the same direction if space is an issue
- Form 2 teams – each with 2 people, standing at the hole ends of the cornhole boxes on the same side of the boxes so no team has an unfair advantage
- Give each team a set of 4 of the same coloured bean bags
HOW TO PLAY:
- Select a team to go first
- 1 person from the team begins by throwing the bean bag from anywhere behind the front of their cornhole box towards the opposite cornhole box. The goal is to get the bag in the opposite hole
- After the 1st through, it’s 1 person from the opposite teams turn to throw
- The game continues with alternating throws from the same 2 players until all 8 bean bags have been thrown
- If a bag hits the ground before it hits the board, the bag should be taken off the board and does not count
- After all bean bags have been thrown, the other partner on the first team throws the first of the remaining bags
- The team who score the most points go first the next round
- The game continues until one team reaches atleast 21 points
- The players must alternate turns, and only one disc can be dropped in each turn.
- 3 points for bags in the hole
- 1 point for bags on the playing surface
- 1 point for bags hanging off the holes edge
- 1 point for bags hanging off the playing surface but not touching the ground
Jenga is played with 54 wooden blocks which has 18 levels of three blocks placed adjacent to each other along their long side and perpendicular to the previous level
- Once the tower is built, the person who built the tower gets the first move
- Moving in Jenga consists of taking one and only one block from any level (except the one below the incomplete top level) of the tower, and placing it on the top most level to complete it
- Only one hand should be used at a time when taking blocks from the tower
- Any block that is moved out of place must be returned to its original location before removing another block
- The turn ends when the next person to move touches the tower or after ten seconds, whichever occurs first
- The game ends when the tower falls, or if any piece falls from the tower other than the piece being knocked out to move to the top
- The winner is the last person to successfully remove and place a block