Objective of Candy Land Ice Cream Party
The objective of Candy Land Ice Cream Party is to place toppings on the ice cream without making it fall over.
- Assemble the spinner by attaching the arrow to the cardboard backing. Place the spinner where everyone can reach it.
- Assemble the ice cream dish base as shown below.
- Sort the toppings by their types so the players can quickly take the topping that they want. Place the toppings where everyone can reach them.
- The youngest player starts the game.
Playing Candy Land Ice Cream Party
To begin your turn you will spin the spinner. The number you spin on the spinner tells you how many toppings you have to add to the ice cream during your turn.
You can choose any type of topping that you want. When you have chosen your toppings you will add them to the ice cream. You can attach the toppings wherever you want on the ice cream. The only rule is that the topping needs to be attached to an open slot in the ice cream or another topping. When placing toppings you want to balance the ice cream so it doesn’t tip over.
After you have added all of your required toppings to the ice cream, your turn ends. Play passes to the next player. The instructions don’t mention if play passes clockwise/left or counter-clockwise/right.
End of Game
Players will keep taking turns adding toppings to the ice cream. The game can end in one of two ways.
If all of the toppings are added to the ice cream and it doesn’t tip over, all of the players win the game.
If a player adds a topping to the ice cream and it tips over, the player that added the last topping loses the game.
Candy Land Ice Cream Party FAQ
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- 3 Plastic Stands
- 57 Cardboard Pieces
Year: 2021 | Publisher: Hasbro
Genres: Children’s, Dexterity
Ages: 3+ | Number of Players: 1-3 | Length of Game: 5-15 minutes
Difficulty: Light | Strategy: Light | Luck: Moderate
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