"Long ago, it happenned that the great god Prewt suffered such gastric and intestinal troubles that there was a big noise, the rumble of thunder, the skies darkened and the great oak was struck by lightnings..." So the players are homo - not really sapiens, and hardly erectus - trying to build a monument in honor of the great Prewt. The scheme is simple: just pile up big stones. The ritual, however, may be complicated, when for example, you must put your stone with your left hand after passing it under your right leg, your nose on the table, with your neighbour's glasses. And, of course, it must not fall.
My notes from after the 1992 Essen show:
Balancing game with a difference, many of the pieces come from the inventor's own beach! A nice game, with good interaction, nice mechanics and just about the right amount of silliness to keep it fun. Superb graphics. Players are cavemen, all trying to build an altar in honour of their god, Bottiburp. Dexterity needed (in some cases, it is vital!).