In the box: 12 touch pads, LEGOs for spinner (77 pieces total)
I've seen LEGO games before but never one that incorporated gross motor movement like this. It's basically like a Twister game with 20 touch pads instead of a mat. The spinner is unique in that you get to make it from LEGO pieces before you play the game. So to start, use the building guide, the 52 LEGO pieces and the 16 stickers to assemble the spinner. The 16 stickers go on top of 16 flat LEGO discs and indicate what you will be placing on a touch pad - hand, foot, both feet, both hands, elbow, and question mark. The spinner is divided into four different color quarters (see images), each color matching the borders on the five different shapes of touch pads. There are five of each shape touch pad. To set up, scatter the touch pads within reaching distance of each other. To play, the first person spins the spinner. The spinner arrow will point to a certain body part in a certain colored quarter. Put that body part on that color touch pad. Balance there while the next person plays. Each time you spin the spinner, move only the indicated body part(s) while keeping any others that you have on pads in place. The game description says "Have fun getting in a tangle". As with Twister, first one down is out.