Dancing Eggs Game
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Dancing Eggs Game

The yolk's on you!

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    There are plenty of party games that involve making a complete spectacle of yourself, but nothing we've seen comes close to the sheer hilarity of Dancing Eggs. In a nutshell (or should that be eggshell?) the idea of this boisterously bouncy 2 to 4 player game is to score points by collecting rubber eggs.

    To give you an idea of the sheer lunacy level of Dancing Eggs, the player who goes first is chosen by seeing who can jump the highest. And that's before a single rubbery egg has been bounced, balanced, grabbed or shoved between the knees!

    Confused? Allow us to eggsplain: players place a carton filled with 10 eggs (9 rubber and a bonus wooden one) on a table. They must then roll a die illustrated with 6 symbols. This dictates what happens next - anything from racing around the room and grabbing an egg to bouncing one on the table and attempting to snatch it first. Silly? You betcha, and we haven't even mentioned the bit where players yell 'cock-a-doodle-doo!' in order to snatch more eggs!

    If you think that sounds ridiculous, wait; every time you collect an egg you have to roll another die that tells you where to put it - anywhere from underneath your chin to between your knees. As you can imagine, it's not easy stooping down to pick up the dice with a rubber egg jammed between your legs. But that's eggsactly what makes Dancing Eggs so side-splittingly entertaining.

    Dancing Eggs is one of those games that's all about the taking part, but just in case you're wondering, the winner is the player who has scored the most points after a player drops an egg (see, even that sounds funny and you're not even playing yet). Perfect for parties, especially ones where the shandy is flowing, Dancing Eggs is guaranteed to reduce even the most hard-boiled cynic (see what we've done there?) into a guffawing heap. In fact, everyone who has a go at Dancing Eggs will be cracking up, no yolk!

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