This game is modeled after “Snakes and Ladders”, where the snakes’ are the taboo boxes and the ladders are the parts of the alimentary canal.
1. The game is for 2-4 players and the aim of the game is to reach the 100th square and complete your “digestion” of your food. The fastest player to reach the end of the board wins. There is a “bounce back” when you reach the 100th box. E.g. if you are at 99 and you roll a 2 you “bounce back” to 99. First person to reach the 100th square exactly wins. 2. Players use the games pieces provided. To start, the players put all their pieces on square 1. The players each roll the dice once, and the one with the biggest number gets to start first, followed by the player on his/her left. If the player lands on the beginning of one of the organs, you have to draw one of the cards for the respective organs from the pile and answer a question about the functions of it. If you answer the question correctly, you can open the pop-up flap to see how far forward you can move. The different amount of squares you can move forward differ according to the organ you land on. If you answer the question incorrectly, you do not get to open the flap and will have to wait for your next turn to roll the dice and continue moving along the board. 3. When you land on a taboo piece you have to take a card and answer the question on it which is related to digestion. If you answer the question correctly, you can continue, but if you answer the question incorrectly, you miss a turn.
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