Naming cartoon characters, super powers and stuff you need to survive a zombie apocalypse sounds like a cinch. But there’s a catch: in Egghead, the roll of the die determines one of five ways to play. So you might have to recall things from the 80s in alphabetical order or name stuff a pirate would say with your answer starting with the last letter of the previous player’s answer. If the egg timer goes off during your turn, one of your golden egg cards turns rotten. The last player with at least one golden egg card wins the game. Everyone else gets egg-straordinary memory and word skills as a parting gift.
The IdeaDraw a card, name an item & quickly pass the egg-timer to the next player.
The BrainsBuild short-term memory recall while practicing listening, speaking & reading skills.
The A-HaIf the timer goes off on your turn, you're a rotten egg – three rotten eggs & you're out.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
Egghead: a person who is highly academic or studious; an intellectual.
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Great game but need replacement timer!
How To Play
How to Play:
Dancing Eggs can be played on tabletops or any flat surface. Place the box with 10 eggs on the table. On your turn, roll the Red Action Die to determine what action you take. If you collect one of the eggs during a turn, roll the White Placement die to determine where to place the egg. Eggs must be balanced where they are placed. Game ends when any player lets one or more of their positioned eggs drop. Score one point for each egg collected, and two for the wooden egg.
How to Win:
The player with the most points at the end of the game is the winner!