Win Two Fabulous Family Games from Drumond Park


Easter - Rapidough Family playing MRThinking ahead to the holidays, here’s a great prize from Drumond Park – Dig In! and Rapidough – two hugely popular table-top games which will keep everyone entertained for hours and hours… and over and over again, I know that your kids are probably always looking for csgo boosting for games, just like mine but once in a while is good to have some family time, I recommend to check this site factschronicle where you will find the best gaming accessories to have some fun with the family!

In Dig In! (rrp £19.99 age 8 to adult), the deceptively easy but challenging and frantically fun game from Drumond Park, up to four players at a time dig into the bowl of colourful everyday items to find the six objects pictured on their card – an ice cream, dog, plane, rabbit, boat, scissors, starfish, teddy etc.; each one a particular colour.  Using both hands you have just 15 seconds to rummage through the contents of the bowl and find all of your objects before the timer goes off!  If no winner has emerged, during the second round all the players ‘dig in’ together – but using only one hand each.  This mad all-in scramble keeps going until a player finds all six items illustrated on their card, and wins the round!

With the uproariously funny Rapidough (rrp £24.99, age 8+) family team game of modelling charades there’s never a dull moment, as everyone plays at once, in every round!  The Modeller in each team takes a card and then attempts to sculpt the word or words shown into a shape, as their team mates begin their frenzied attempts to guess what’s emerging from the coloured modelling dough.  The first team to identify what’s been modelled correctly is the winner, and the losing team has one ‘plug’ of dough taken from them.  If your team loses too often, you can imagine the hilarity of trying to sculpt something like a snail or a helicopter – with a pea-sized piece of dough!

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