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Looking for a way to relive the incredible fun of stepping in dog poop? Look no further! Hasbro is releasing a new game called "Don't Step in It!" Your objective while playing? Make it to the far side of the board stepping in as little dog poo as possible, and see if you have even half the fun these actors are having in the game's commercial.



'Don't Step In It' Official Commercial - Hasbro Gaming youtu.be

The game's tagline: "who can avoid the number twos to be number one to win?"


Gameplay is pretty simple. Before the competition starts, players shape dog poo out of the goo provided, using molds inside the box. The "poo" is then placed on the game mat, and a spinner determines how many steps a blindfolded player can take at a time to try and get across, while stepping in as few turds as possible.


You can play with a group or, if you just love stepping in turds all by yourself, the game can be played solo.


Twitter was a little perplexed by the game...





Of course, this isn't the first board game to involve avoiding poop.




Gas Out Game | Mattel youtu.be


Pull My Finger Game • JAKKS Pacific youtu.be


Doggie Doo Game from Ideal youtu.be

Looks like poop-based children's games are having their day in the sun.




Honestly, if you can't beat them, join them. Who's up for a Don't Step In It game night?



H/T - Nerdist, Hasbro

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