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Pattycake PANIC

Page history last edited by Bryan Suchenski 12 years, 1 month ago

Pattycake Panic

15 Minute Board Game

by SilentEllipsis

 

Players: 4 (2 teams of 2)

Objective: Reach the Pattycake Funhouse first

Equipment: A piece of paper upon which is drawn 8 squares in a line (the board); two tasty-looking strawberries, one of which has whipped cream on it (the pieces); two cakes or cream pies.

Gameplay: The game takes place in rounds - at the start of each round, each team tries to complete a game of Pattycake faster than the other team. The first team to complete pattycake without making any mistakes can move forward one space that round. Move the strawberry up to indicate this progress.

 

In addition, any player can, at any time, throw any cake or pie in the immediate vicinity of the board at the other team. If the cake/pie hits a player, that player's team's strawberry moves back one square.

 

The first team to reach the end wins, and eats both strawberries (this is required to complete the game - failure to eat the strawberries results in a tie).

 

 

 

That is all.

-SilentEllipsis aka Bryan Suchenski

Comments (7)

Bryan Suchenski said

at 3:57 pm on Jun 30, 2009

One addition - one strawberry should have whipped cream on it to distinguish it from the other strawberry.

Bryan Suchenski said

at 4:18 pm on Jun 30, 2009

Now with informative diagram!

Leana Galiel said

at 5:25 pm on Jun 30, 2009

I could see this game getting extremely messy :D

Bryan Suchenski said

at 5:38 pm on Jun 30, 2009

I hope so!

Tyler Sandersfeld said

at 5:39 pm on Jun 30, 2009

And delicious.

Robert Polzin said

at 8:04 pm on Jun 30, 2009

Wow. My only concern is can you throw the pie from anywhere? If so people could just get up close and slam it.... There should be a distance required for pie throwing. We need to get pies and test at what distance it becomes slightly difficult to launch pies!

Bryan Suchenski said

at 8:49 pm on Jun 30, 2009

Good point! This design feature needs to be balanced...by SCIENCE!

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