Right now, we can all use a little distraction that clears our minds of everything and lets us simply relax. I developed this game specifically for that reason! Like Jenga, it requires your concentration—but it brings a whole new excitement waiting for the stack to drop because you want it to land with the color faceup that will help you score the most points!
So get ready to pick a color choice, stack the cubes, and watch them topple—hoping they land with the color that will get you extra points!
Why you’ll love this:
- It can help you talk with your children about looking for the positive even when things come crashing down around you.
- It builds great anticipation every time the color cube stack starts to grow!
- It includes strategy for teens and adults in how you stack the cubes to have them land in the right space or with the right color on top—and to fall at the right time!
- It can be played with young children to help them practice color matching skills.
- It can be played with only two people or with a large group.
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What You’ll Need
How to Play
1. Players place one cube in their gray box with the color of their choice on top.
2. Take turns adding one cube to form a stack on the board (place cubes off-center for more of a challenge).
3. When the stack tumbles, score how many cubes land with each player’s color choice faceup. The player who made the stack fall records no points that round.
4. The first player to 20 points wins.
1. Give an extra point for any cubes that land on top of their color in the circle.
2. Score only cubes that land inside the circle on the board.
3. More than four players? Put your “color choice” cubes in front of each player.
When hard times crash down on you, remember to look for the good (like your color-choice cube). While not everything may land as you hoped, there’s always good to be found that will help you continue forward. How can you look for the good during hard times?
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