Yeti, Set, Go!

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Oct 052018

Yeti, Set, Go!

From the same good people who brought you the game Yeti in my Spaghetti comes their next cryptozoological installment, Yeti, Set, Go!  I haven’t played this one, but it seems that you try to kick meatballs to the top of a mountain ledges, and the first player to kick all their meatballs on the ledges wins.  Simple, to the point, and squatchy.  I love it.  




Disclaimer: The above links sends you right to the Amazon page where you can buy this game.  I get a small commission on your purchase, but I wouldn’t recommend this game if it didn’t look like a good way for your children (or your inner child) to enjoy some family time with a hairy hominoid theme!  

Yeti in My Spaghetti

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Aug 122017

Yeti in My Spaghetti

This is one of my favorite recent acquisitions of bigfoot/yeti merchandise.  Yeti in My Spaghetti is a simple game for children of all ages based on the classic, Pick-Up-Sticks.  I enjoyed a few rounds of the game (with an adult beverage in hand), so I’ve already play-tested this one for the younger ones in your family.  Whether you purchase the game for your family or for your dorm room, it has the Cliff Stamp of Approval for entertainment.  

The game comes with a bowl, some plastic spaghetti noodles, and an adorable yeti toy.  It is played by laying the spaghetti noodles across the bowl and putting the yeti on top of the noodles.  From there, the players take turns trying to remove individual strands of spaghetti without causing the yeti to fall into the bowl.  Pretty simple, but surprisingly fun.  

Don’t let the yeti fall into the bowl!

The game is durable and made of plastic, so it is easily brought to the woods on your family’s next bigfooting trip.  It will clean off easily, and won’t break unless mistreated.  The family that participates in bigfoot activities together is a healthy one, and this game can add to that quality time.  

For you Pick-Up-Sticks masters out there, there is an added challenge to this newer, cooler version. In Yeti in My Spaghetti, the spaghetti strands are sort of twisted, so it’s not as easy to remove the noodles as straight sticks were back in the old days.  

The point of this game is to have fun, and it delivers on this simple goal.  Your family will love the game, and it’s a great way to eat up a hour or so while bonding as a family unit.  Integrating bigfoot and/or yeti into your family activities will only bring you closer together.  

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