At the beginning of the game, all players amoebae. That means they bend forward let their arms swing and make “Gulli-Gulli…”. If an amoeba hits another amoeba, the two play rock paper scissors. The winner evolves. The loser remains what he is. Other stages of development can include: “chicken” (wings and giggles), “dinosaurs” (big mouth with arms and fumble), monkey (scratching and ugug), human. Only the same animals can play against each other. The loser always stays at the level he is in.
|Type of game||Active game, Warm up|
|Age||from 8 years|
|Group composition||1.5 meters distance, internationally suitable|
|Approximate duration||20 minutes|
|Group size||6 - 10 people, 10 - 15 people, 15 - 25 people, 25 or more people|