could not think of a better game for us to review during our traditional caravan
holiday, hubbie and I were glad of some entertainment when it was time to
bring the boys back home to unwind.
Best of British
Game (RRP £29.99) was simple to set up so we could crack on with the game
straight away! Nothing worse than
having to plough through a game-playing tome before you can get to the
there was only the two of us playing we could not open up the question to the
other team we just took it in turns between ourselves, eldest was a bit too
young at just 8 as it is aimed at 12+, although saying that he probably would
have been more knowledgeable than us in certain area’s.
I was quite glad it was only the pair of us though as we quickly realised we
had very vague history knowledge so struggled on those types of questions. It might have been quite embarrassing if we
had been with a grown up know it all, but when it came to certain subjects
hubbie and I thrived, I will confess those areas were mainly linked to
food! But hubbie and I are led by our
tummies so that’s to be expected really, our pieces began moving round the
board when it was about chocolate bars, puddings and sweets!
of the gaps in our knowledge we still really enjoyed this game, it’s a great
way to learn more about Britain and you will find certain questions you have no
problems with, as the question base is vast covering lots of different
topics. That’s what makes it such an
interesting game; you can learn so many new things.
you want to get your hands on the game you can find the stockists here or
alternatively you can try your luck at winning your own copy by filling out the
form below by the 5th of July.
Best of British Game