Be the Last one Standing in our Game of Twister

When we mention Twister, we aren’t talking about a Tornado, we are talking about one of the most popular games in the world – Twister.  In fact, it was so popular in America that it was accepted into the National Toy Hall of Fame.

So what is it you ask? Well, it’s a game of physical skill and you’ll need to use almost every muscle in your body to win. Usually, the game is played with four people to a mat. The referee will spin a wheel with four colours (red, blue, green and yellow) and will give instructions to each player as to what body part (hands or feet) you will have to put on which colour.

This game will test your ability to position your body onto the coloured dots without falling over. The aim of the game is to be the last one standing (or in knots).

So grab a group of your friends, or come along solo and join in on this free activity.

Tuesday April 4, 3:00 pm

Cafeteria, Brisbane Campus

Free (Current Shafston students)