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Duck Duck Goose is a traditional children's party or playground game of tag, played throughout the world, with many local variations.
Typically a children's game played at parties, but as a party game it is often played by teenagers and adults.
To play Duck Duck Goose the contestants sit in a circle facing each other. One person is "it" and walks around the circle. As they walk around, they tap each persons heads saying whether they are a duck or a goose. Once someone is named goose they get up and try to chase "it" around the circle.
The game aim is for the goose to touch IT before IT is able sit down in the goose's vacated spot. If the goose is not able to do this, they become "it" for the next round and play continues. If they do catch the "it" person, the person tagged has to sit in the centre of the circle. The goose then becomes it for the next round. The person in the middle can't leave until another person is tagged and they are replaced.
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