ADDITIONAL

EXAMPLES OF POSSIBLE VARIATIONS

Feel free to add other variations to make it more fun...

EXAMPLE 1

Everyone adds 1 fun activity and wraps this up as one big gift.
For example: 1x cooking for ... or 1x washing the car of ...

EXAMPLE 2

What if players do not often roll a 1 or a 6 and the game becomes boring?
Then just add the following rule: when you roll an odd number, you have to take a card and carry out the task.

EXAMPLE 3

Think of a fun theme. All the gifts should be connected to this theme.

EXAMPLE 4

For a children’s party, buy 4 small, edible, fun gifts for each child. Wrap 3 gifts for each child for the game and let them see you put away the other gift (consolation prize).
Once the game has finished, some children will have 1 gift, or very few gifts. To help them get over the disappointment, the child with the fewest gifts should be the first to choose 1 gift (consolation prize). The other children then choose gifts, ending with the child who has the most gifts. If any children have the same number of gifts, first let them roll the dice. The child who rolls the highest number may choose a gift (consolation prize) first.

EXAMPLE 5

You have to put on all gifts that can be taken on or off during the game. They must also be exchanged when passed to a new owner who then puts them on or wears them.
For example: a party wig, diving goggles, etc.

EXAMPLE 6

Play the game with no limits on spending.
Decide how many gifts each player can take away with them. You should not buy the gifts. Instead, they should be fun, useful or tasty things that you don’t need anymore. Wrap them
up and then play the game.

SIMPLY HOURS OF FUN!

For 3-99 players | Ages 6-99
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