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Do you remember the family fun
game of Beetle Drive? Or maybe you played it at your local social group or
sport's club? Roll the die to collect the various body parts of your beetle to
win. The beetles are each made of a head, thorax, abdomen, two eyes, two antennae and six legs.
In this LEGO version, you need a
beetle for each player, with everyone selecting their own colour of a LEGO beetle. You also have a communal die and a prompt sheet to remind you which
number on the die corresponds to which body part. The beetles are robustly
made, fits easily and snuggly together, and are easy to break up again ready to
play another round.
The body parts correspond to the
rolls of the die as follows:
1. Everyone selects a beetle and
breaks it up into its various body parts. Decide who is going to go first.
2. Each player rolls the die in
turn, one roll per turn. They need to roll a 6 to start. If they are
successful, they move their beetle's thorax into their playing space. Play then
passes to their left.
3. Once a 6 has been rolled and a
thorax obtained, players can add to it by rolling a 3 (leg), 4 (abdomen), or a
5 (head). One leg is added for each roll of a 3, only two legs can be added to
4. Once a 4 (abdomen) has been
rolled, that player is now also able to add four additional legs to their beetle by
5. Once a 5 (head) has been
rolled, that player is now also able to add to their beetle by rolling a 1
(eye) or 2 (antenna). Again, only one eye or antenna is added for each
6. The winner is the player who
completes their beetle first.