Evolution (party game)
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Evolution is a party game for both children and adults. It can be played either indoors or outdoors, although because of the movement involved, it usually requires a large amount of space.
In Evolution, participants go through several different stages of evolution, until finally becoming human. Each stage is distinguished by a pattern of movement. The stages can be, for example:
- Amoeba: moves the arms in a swimming motion, making sucking noises.
- Cockroach: snaps the palms or fingers like claws, making clicking noises with the teeth.
- Rabbit: holds the fingers to the side of the head like ears and chirps.
- Gorilla: bangs the fists on the chest and bellows.
All participants start out as amoebae. When two participants in the same stage meet each other, they may engage in game of rock-paper-scissors. The winner evolves one stage further, whereas the loser devolves one stage back (unless he/she already was an amoeba). Upon becoming a human, a participant is out of the game. The game necessarily ends with one person remaining in each of the sub-human stages, at which point the game is over.
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