Avoid being tagged by the ever-growing and dividing "goo".
Active. A lot of movement may be required.
6 or more players
What You Need To Play
Players must define boundaries for the games. A player is chosen to be 'it' or 'the goo' and the others run. When tagged by 'the goo', players must joins hands forming a larger goo and continue chasing the others. Once the goo has three or more people, the goo can split into smaller goos and try to tag others. The last person caught then becomes 'the new goo' and the game starts all over again.
Players can choose a home base where you are safe. Players can only stay at the base 25 seconds. There can be no "puppy guarding" which means the "goo" cannot hang near the base waiting to tag someone.
Sean Pinder, Rocklin CA