Messy Twister Game With A Paint Twist
by Skylar Brooks
The Game - TWISTER
This is a fun outdoor game for a teenage party, unless you want paint in your house.
What you need:
Twister (the game) and washable paints (Blue, Red, Yellow and Green).
Alternatively you can cut out a circle the size of a dinner plate on a piece of carton box. Use the cut out circle to stencil four evenly spaced rows of 6 circles each on the lawn. Then follow the rules below. More ideas to create your own below.
How to play:
Lay out the board game, make sure the guests have old clothes on then pour some fresh paint on each dots color.
Now play the game as you usually would.
Messy and fun! It's so funny it's a real slip and slide paint mess!
Get Your Twister Game and Washable Paints Here:
If you don't have the Twister game but would still like to play or if you don't want paint on your own game mat, paint circles on the lawn (click on the thumbnail image at the top to view). You can also make your own mega-board out of an old bed sheet and markers or construction-paper circles. The bigger your homemade board, the more people can play at once.
Players should remove their shoes and select a referee. The referee is not a player but will call out a color, call out the moves hand or feet, and call out faults from the players.
Players start on the dot map according to the number of players in the game:
2 players Players face each other from opposite ends of the mat. Each player places one foot on yellow and one foot on blue.
3 players Two players face each other from opposite ends of the mat with one foot on yellow and another on blue. The third player faces the center by placing two feet on the two center red circles.
4 players Players are split into two teams of two players each. Players start side by side facing the other team with all 4 circles occupied by feet on both sides of the mat. The rules are the same except teammates can share a circle with one hand or foot each.
Playing the Game
The referee calls out hand or foot and a color. Each player then attempts to place that body part onto an open space for that color. If there are no open spaces then the referee must call again.
If your foot or hand is already on the color requested, then you must move it to a different open spot of the same color.
If two or more players go for the same spot, then the referee must declare who had reached that spot first and the other player will have to find an open circle of that same color.
You may not remove your hand or foot from any circle without direction from the referee. You may temporarily lift a hand or foot to allow another body part to pass through, but you must tell the referee before doing so.
Winning the Game
The last one standing wins.
Losing the Game
You lose twister by falling or letting a knee or elbow touch the mat. You may also remove yourself if you think you cannot make the new call.
Playing without a referee
2 players can play without a referee by taking turns calling a color and a body part. For example, the first player could call red, the second player would then call foot or hand.
Then the two players swap roles and the second player would call a color and the first player would call hand or foot.
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