This Autumn, Drumond Park is bringing you a new and truly ‘booty-ful’ electronic action game, Rattle Me Bones. A scary skeleton of wily ol’ Cap’n Boney is waiting to catch you out! This is suitable for ages 5 and above for 2 – 4 players.
This December, I am thrilled to partner with Games Quest. Games Quest is an online game store who are not just limited to games but also sells toys and books with over 30,000 items. There is something for everyone!
I had a browse at their shop and found two ideas games for my daughter and my son! Well, not really my son but myself! I am addicted to board games especially games of a medical genre. This game is called Hospital Rush. It is pure comical fun and comes with a whole bunch of unique player boards. Their different special abilities bring a great variety to the game and present you with a new challenge each time you play. It is for aged 10 and above and to play with 3 to 5 players. This game takes at least 30 minutes to an hour to play. It is definitely great to play during Christmas time while waiting for the roast to cook!
Articulate for Kids is so far one of my children’s and also my favourite games from Drumond Park. The game is very simple to follow and very fun to play! It can be played by a group of children by themselves or with grown-ups and is suitable for 4 to 20 players and for aged 6 and upwards.
This Drumond Park’s Don’t Laugh is a hilarious and highly popular ‘laugh-out-loud’ board game with RRP £19.99 and is for 2 – 4 players and suitable from age 8 to adult. We played with our friends and their children who are as young as six.
Follow the return of iconic 80s game show Catch Phrase, the ITV has enjoyed peak viewing figures approaching 5 million a night and secured a legion of avid fans old and new. Even both of my children enjoy watching it! It is hosted by Stephen Mulhern and long standing mascot, Mr Chips.
Ravensburger Ringo Flamingo is a very interesting concept. The aim of the game is to save the flamingos from the snapping crocodiles lurking in the water! The player who can flip the most lifebuoys over the flamingos and collect the most seashell chips wins! So get ready and save those poor flamingos!
Do you have family or friends coming around for tea or a gathering? If so, try getting out a board game to involve everyone and have fun. We tend to do this instead of turning on the PlayStation or TV as it’s more interactive and sociable.
Last week, a few friends came around with their children and we played the LOGO Board Game and LOGO What Am I?