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  • Pudden_McBamm
    • #2
    • 1st Jan 06, 10:25 PM
    How to play Don't wake dad
    • #2
    • 1st Jan 06, 10:25 PM
    Don’t Wake Dad is a great game for young kids – I don’t have the instructions but I can give you a rundown on how it is played

    Deal picture cards out between players
    Youngest player starts
    role die
    move to first square of corresponding colour
    if the square that you land on has a picture on it - e.g. a ball smashing a window
    check your cards to see if you have a match
    if you do – the next person takes there turn of rolling the coloured die
    if not - push the button next to dads bed the number of times shown on the board next to the picture .

    If dad sits up while you’re pushing the button – go back to start
    If he doesn’t - your safe – play passes to next player

    play ends when a player reaches multicoloured end square

    Hope this helps

    Pudden
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    • 1972
    • By 1972 2nd Jan 06, 9:10 AM
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    1972
    • #3
    • 2nd Jan 06, 9:10 AM
    • #3
    • 2nd Jan 06, 9:10 AM
    This is just an idea but worth a try.

    When I was looking at getting an essential "lost" piece from an MB game, I went to the MB webiste and noticed that they had instructions for sme of the games that could be downloaded.

    So you could try going to the manufacturers website or giving thm a call/email to see if they could send you instructions.

    Hope this helps.
    • ManAtHome
    • By ManAtHome 2nd Jan 06, 9:39 AM
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    ManAtHome
    • #4
    • 2nd Jan 06, 9:39 AM
    • #4
    • 2nd Jan 06, 9:39 AM
    Is it this game? http://www.boardgamegeek.com/game/6535

    (scroll about half way down for instructions download)
  • michellenealemum
    • #5
    • 2nd Jan 06, 3:31 PM
    • #5
    • 2nd Jan 06, 3:31 PM
    thank you to all the above, my daughter is happy guess what we are playing after tea lol.
    • suekjw
    • By suekjw 2nd Jan 06, 4:07 PM
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    suekjw
    • #6
    • 2nd Jan 06, 4:07 PM
    • #6
    • 2nd Jan 06, 4:07 PM
    My (soon to be) 4 year old had this at Christmas. So far, it hasn't been played as per the instructions. His 'rules' are basically that (alive) Dad has to pretend to be asleep and my son keeps hitting the alarm clock - when plastic Dad wakes up, alive Dad has to too!

    As mum isn't required for this, I find it very funny!
  • michellenealemum
    • #7
    • 2nd Jan 06, 10:14 PM
    re sshh game
    • #7
    • 2nd Jan 06, 10:14 PM
    that sounds like a much better version, i will tell my 7 and my soon to be 4 year old when dad isn't around and then i can sit back and watch.Kids are great where do they get their ideas from lol, good old dads much cheaper than toys and climbing frames oh and trampolines see they are useful for some things lol
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