I love agile games! They help explain the concepts behind Scrum in a much more direct, fun and powerful way than any theory session will do. When executed well, they allow participants to experience first-hand why Scrum really works. Over the past few years, a number of simulation games have popped up to do just this. The one that always captured my imagination was the Scrum Lego game invented by Alexey Krivitsky because it looked like great fun to play with legos and learn about Scrum. Because I would love to be able to add this game to my own workshops, training and coaching sessions, I decided to invite some friends and colleagues to try the game and see if it really worked. Simply put, we had a blast! In this post, I would like to share my experiences and recommendations for playing this game.