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Face to Foot - Party Game

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Published September 21st 2010
Think; Twister... with a twist. This game is very easy to prepare and is even more fun than Twister. Appropriate for (almost) any event, party or simply a boring night at home. Kids will love this just as much as adults. It's almost impossible not to laugh your lungs out.

You don't need any equipment and the game is flexible to perform as you prefer. Gather friends, you need quite a few people, around 8-12 people should do it. Two teams are formed, and the numbers don't have to be even.

Grab a pen and paper and cut the paper into relatively small pieces (not too small). It's now time to write down body parts! Start from the top of the body and work your way down to not miss any funny parts. Cheek, shoulder, hand, upper back, backside etc. It's up to you how many body parts you want to include, and which parts you don't want to include (on a birthday party for kids, it might not be appropriate to include bottom or chest etc). To make the game easier to perform, I suggest including simple body parts such as hands, elbows etc. several times.

Let the game begin.

The two teams take turn playing. This is awesome, as you all get to see just how funny people can look in the most disarranged positions. One foot will be against someone's nose, an elbow will press against someone's cheek and some poor person will lie on the floor with the stomach on someone's calf.

Someone from the observing team draws two pieces of paper and read the body parts out loud. It's now up to the playing team to connect these two body parts in some way with the pieces of paper in between - and hold. Next, the volunteer draws two other body parts and the team has to continue connecting body parts from various members with the pieces of paper in between.

The game stops when one member OR one piece of paper falls. It's then time to count how many body parts the team managed to collect. And it's now up to the other team to outperform them.
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Where: Anywhere
Cost: Free
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