In the children's game Zicke Zacke Ei Ei Ei, three identical wooden hens each hold one colored egg inside of them. A rooster walks around them on single tiles towards the dunghill tile. The players roll dice and change the positions of the hens between the colored nests accordingly. When the rooster arrives at the dunghill, one child crows to start the "egg-laying phase". The players now try one after the other to remember correctly and let the hens lay their egg into the nest of the same color. When the player is right, he keeps the egg. Whoever collects six eggs first wins.
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