Think you know in who in your family can act like their sizzling bacon the best? How about who is No. 1 at writing the seven dwarves the fastest? With Who’s The G.O.A.T.? from Big G Creative, it’s time to find out who’s the Greatest of All Time at a ton of fun challenges.

Families start the game by picking out a squishy goat that will remain theirs while playing. There are only six, which technically means that’s the max amount of players. Since that’s the only real thing stopping the addition of more players (besides maybe the mass chaos of more people), groups of seven or more could possibly just add in more items. I suggest a C.O.A.T. (Coolest of All Time) or a B.O.A.T. (Best Of All Time), but both of these may be hard to throw so sticking to the rules might win here.

When everyone has their goat chosen, the person whose name is closest to the word “goat” in the alphabet goes first. They choose a card from the face-down pile in the middle of the circle of players and read it out loud. Be sure to shuffle the cards because they could be sorted by category.

Each card begins with “Who’s the G.O.A.T.” at a certain task. These challenges may be dance moves, acting out impressions, remembering certain things, or something just as fun. Players decide who they think would be the best at the task at hand and throw their goat at them! Don’t worry: The goats are squishy and soft so there shouldn’t be any bruises afterward. Then, the players who got goated have to face off. If everyone throws their goats at the same player then that person will pick someone to go against.

If there is no clear winner, the players who didn’t participate in the challenge vote on who’s the G.O.A.T. That person gets to take a tin can token and forever brag about their victory. Anyone who tossed their goat at that player also gets a token just for being a good guesser. The player with the most tin cans at the end wins!

Who’s the G.O.A.T.? offers silly gameplay and a fun way to get active. It gives kids the chance to compete without really feeling like they’re in a competition. Games typically last about 20 minutes, but with 200 challenge cards, it could goat on for as long as you’d like.

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Nicole Savas

Nicole Savas

As a kid, Nicole either wanted to be a professional toy player-wither or a writer. Somehow, as social media editor for The Toy Insider, The Toy Book, and The Pop Insider, she’s found a career as both. She's grateful to work somewhere that she can fully embrace both her love of teddy bears and her admiration for the Oxford comma. When she's not playing with toys at work, she's playing with her baby girl at home.