Click the right arrow as the jellyfish to the right pass into the dotted line, the down arrow as the jellyfish in the center get to the dotted line, and the left arrow as the jellyfish to the left approach the center of the dotted line.
The more accurate you are about hitting the buttons when the jellyfish are in the center of the dotted line, the more points you earn to build up your trick meter to the far left of the play screen.
Jellyfish venom is delivered by barbs called nematocysts, which are located on the creature's tentacles and penetrate the skin of people who brush up against them.
These range from the bites from a neighbor's dog or cat to bites from fellow humans and spiders to the stings from bees, wasps, snakes, and marine animals such as jellyfish and stingrays.
Swimmers, divers, surfers, fishermen and marine biologists may experience a jellyfish sting if they swim or wade too close to the animal, or practice improper handling techniques.
Scuba divers often wear them as well - they provide extra warmth, can make getting a wetsuit on and off considerably more quick and easy and can guard against jellyfish stings.
In these settings, the family can enjoy seeing specimen such as coral reefs, octopuses, exotic fish, sea urchins, starfish, jellyfish, sea turtles, seaweed, kelp, and mollusks.
Always keep a close eye on the victim of a jellyfish sting and seek immediate treatment if the condition worsens or if severe reactions such as anaphylaxis develop.
Also, jellyfish tentacles may be transparent and up to 120 feet (36.5 m) long; therefore, great caution must be exercised whenever a jellyfish is sighted nearby.
Especially during the summer months, stinging seaweed plants and jellyfish may wash up on shore, and couples should check whether or not the beach is cleared of this and other debris.