Yay! Dad’s coming with the snacks. A lot of snacks! Perhaps too many snacks. Who cares, it’s a big game and the family’s got a big appetite. Dad’s got a lot on his shoulders today, literally. As the paterfamilias of a very hungry family of sports fans, get to your bleachers at the bottom of this massive stadium without tripping or losing balance.
Collect more snacks and stack ’em up as high as you can.
Avoid tripping or losing your balance.
The higher your stack of snacks, the higher your score.
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Crash the Bash Wobbly Dad Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Run down the bleachers while carrying a large stack of food without tripping or losing balance.
Starting the Game
Select anywhere on the welcome screen to begin.
The game will show a tutorial screen explaining the game’s controls and objectives.
Select the play button on the lower right corner to begin.
Select the back button above the play button to return to the welcome screen.
Your Web browser automatically saves your high score and max distance.
Use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to keep dad balanced.
Although this game might load on touchscreen devices, its controls were optimized for desktops with keyboards.
As dad, cross the bleacher seats as far as you can while balancing food.
Collect as many trays of food as you can.
If you trip on anything or lose your balance, it’s all over.
The game is endless. Keep going until you lose. When you make it to the end of a level your distance is added to how much you traveled in prior levels.
Balance is a key part of the game.
Each time you move left or right, you lose a bit of balance.
You correct yourself by moving in a straight line.
Lose your balance and you trip, leaving a big mess on the floor. Game over.
You risk losing your balance every time you move, so move slowly.
Adding food trays to your stack makes it harder to keep your balance when moving.
It takes time to correct yourself, so move to the sides sparingly and only when needed.
To watch your balance, check the Wobbl-o-Meter at the bottom of the screen.
Stay within the “good” range of the meter to maintain your balance.
Each time you move, you stray a bit closer to the wobbly zone.
Don’t stray too far to either end of the “wobbly” zone or you’ll be unable to keep balance.
Try to stay almost in the dead center of the walkway most of the time.
Minimize your walking to moving aside to avoid obstacles and to try to pick up food trays which are easy to reach.
Try not to move too sharply to pick up a tray as you can fall over from a sharp move even if you do not run into any obstacles.
Each food tray you pick up is worth 30 points. You also get a bonus at the end of each level.
Each level is 100 meters long.
Watch your step; these bleacher steps are messy.
Avoid banana peels, spilled cups, and discarded shoes.
Stepping on them is an instant game over.
The game is suited for cricket fans of all ages.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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