- To start playing “Chicken on a Hut,” players should pair up, except for the game leader. The game leader plays a crucial role in explaining the moves and ensuring everyone understands the rules. It’s helpful to have one of the pairs demonstrate the moves before starting the game.
- Once the pairs are formed and familiar with the moves, they should line up about twenty feet from each other. This distance allows for enough space to perform the moves comfortably.
- The game leader then calls out the name of one of the moves, such as “Chicken on a hut,” “Backpack,” “Lover’s Leap,” or “Bunk bed.” Upon hearing the move, the pairs must quickly perform the move and hold their position.
- The last pair to complete the move is out for that round. The remaining pairs continue playing, with the game leader calling out different moves each time. This process continues until a winning pair is determined.
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