Cranium Rules: How do you Play Cranium? Object The purpose of the game is to be the first to move around the entire board and into the Cranium Central. Then, to win, you must successfully complete one final activity. Materials You will need a pawn or place marker for each team.
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Cranium Rules: How do you Play Cranium? Object The purpose of the game is to be the first to move around the entire board and into the Cranium Central. Then, to win, you must successfully complete one final activity.
Materials You will need a pawn or place marker for each team. You will also need the game board, die, timer and Cranium clay. Additionally, you will need the four card boxes. For a quick game fold the board so only four sections are showing. For a game lasting approximately one hour fold the board in a rectangle allowing eight sections to show.
Play To begin playing place one token for each team on the board. The team with the player who has the next birthday goes first. On Your Turn You begin your turn by completing an activity. The color of the space matches the four card boxes. On your first turn, and each time you are on a purple space you be able to choose from any of the four card boxes. The team to the right will draw the card from the appropriate box and read it to you. They will also set the timer for you when you are ready.
You must complete the activity before the time runs out. If you successfully complete the activity you get to the roll the die and move that many spaces. Your turn is now over. If you do not successfully complete the activity, your turn is over. You will stay on the same square and try again on your next turn. All Play Cards When an all-play card is drawn all the teams complete together.
The first team to shout out the correct answer, before the timer runs out, gets to roll the dice and move. Once the winning team has moved, play resumes where it left off. For the full length version of the game you must stop at every purple square. If you team is able to successfully complete the activity on this square on your first turn at the square, you may move to the inner fast track.
If you were unsuccessful the first time, you must stay on the outer track and take the scenic route. In order to win you must successfully complete your final activity. If you are unsuccessful, you can try again on your next turn, and each subsequent turn until you are successful.
Cranium Cadoo Game Rules
Each team puts their game piece at start, which is a Planet Cranium marked by the purple brain. This means that the team gets to pick their category, and it happens four times in a game. For example, it might be a Pictionary-like activity where you draw a clue. To up the ante, there are also clues that must be drawn with your eyes closed for your team to guess. Word Worm: These are for the language nerds among us. Activities include spelling difficult words sometimes backwards , defining words, solving anagrams or Wheel-of-Fortune-type fill in the blanks. Star Performer: For the overdramatic or thwarted child-stars, these cards are where those who excel at charades, celebrity impersonations or Humdingers humming a tune for your teammates to guess come in.
How Do You Play Cranium Cadoo?
To win, be the first to land four tokens in a row on the game board, which is achieved by completing the challenges. Cranium Cadoo can be played individually or in teams depending on the number of players. One game of Cranium Cadoo can be played in 30 minutes or less, ending when one player or team wins. Set up the game board To prepare for a session, put out the game board, tokens, timer, decoder goggles, Cranium clay, die, and solo and combo cards. Each player selects a token color and takes all of the tokens of that color. Determine the order of turns The youngest player gets the first turn.