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the classic version of the game: (taken from the website)
http://www.think-a-lot.com/thegame.html How to Play Think-ets
Each of the games designed around Think-ets is ideal for two or more people, ages 8-108+, yet younger kids like them too. (Just don't let the really young ones get near them as they will want to put the tiny trinkets into their little mouths, and we all know that that's not safe!)
Below find the instructions on how to play our most popular Think-ets game.
"What's Your Story?"
First, lay out five or more trinkets. Then choose one and start a story using the trinket as the subject. Ask the other player(s) to do the same until you and the players have woven an entire story. One other tidbit you should know: Think-ets encourage silliness!
Variations on "What's Your Story?"
Variation no. 1: Using the trinkets for subject matter, tell the story "popcorn" style. This is where storytellers blurt out pieces of the story as they imagine it.
Variation no. 2: Instead of laying out the trinkets, leave them in the bag. Take turns pulling out one trinket at a time, and tell the story in that order.
It's a pretty simple game to play. Set up the pieces as shown on the problem cards. Jump your red robot to the hot spot.. All the robots can jump over other robots(blue, green and red). You can jump over one or two robots. You can't move from one space to the next without jumping. Blue and red robots cannot overlap their skirts (i.e they can't be next to each other). If you don't understand, just check out the solutions on the back of the problem cards. The number relates to the playing piece, L = jump left, U = jump up, D = jump down, R = jump right.