Rigamarole

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An ability with alliteration will make you the champion of this word-memory game.

Number of participants: 3+
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Intensity level: Medium
Preparations: None or not specified.
Equipment: None or not specified.
 

The core concept of this memory game is alliteration. Have the players sit in a circle. The first player must make a three-word alliterative phrase beginning with the number one, such as “one old opal” or “one outrageous orangutan.” The player to the left must then repeat the phrase and add one of his/her own beginning with the number two, such as “two tremendous tigers” or “two troublesome teeth.” The third player  must repeat the previous two phrases and add a third beginning with the number three, and so on around the circle up to the number ten. Anyone who misses a phrase, says one wrong, or can’t make up a new phrase is eliminated, The game continues until only one player remains and can repeat all of the preceding phrases in order and make a new one.

 
 
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