do love a decent board game, but hubbie and I do not seem to have as much
chance to play them anymore. In the hot
weather the boys are awake longer into the night so this game review from Drumond Park was the perfect chance for hubbie and I to find time (to detach ourselves
off the laptop and sit face to face before it was time for bed!).
is pitched as an 8+ game, so I planned on reviewing it with just the two of us,
as eldest is only just six. Although I
am sure he would have recognised some of the more famous brand logos. He certainly badgers us for sweets and
chocolate bars anyway so should be a master in that area!
The game focuses around your drawing, deducing and
describing skills. Hubbie and I were
enjoying working our way through the game playing cards so much that in the end
we dropped playing on the board, as we wanted to just see each other’s drawings
and hear each other’s descriptions.
Some of them can be quite funny and we did have a few welcome giggles.
Fancy your chances with this picture, what do you think it is?
found guess it a challenge with the timer at first (it seemed to run out too fast!), but there are suggested questions to help you narrow down to the item
or store and it did get easier as we developed our proficiency at asking
suitable yes and no questions.
a describe it round hubbie was saying a horse likes eating these? I did not
have a clue what a horse would enjoy!
So my guesses were apples, sugar and hay! It ended up being oats, I rolled my eyes and said why did you not
say “what flapjacks are made off”?
Obviously I need to swot up on horse dietary habits! So there is plenty of challenge in this
To put you out of your misery the answer to the picture was Kinder Egg! Eldest thought a dragon doing fire when I showed him the picture, so I think I need to work on my drawing ability!
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