Win The World Series Stare Off Official Game

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Can you hold your nerve (and your stare) in the big game? Will your eyelids let you down or will you stare on? In the World Series Stare Off Official Game*, players go eye-to-eye in this tournament-style knockout! Every match is the best of 3 Stare Offs. Do you have it takes to be a World Series Stare Off champion? A few weeks ago we were sent a fantastic bundle of games from Ideal and John Adams and one of those games was World Series Stare Off Official

Backseat Games Tripack Review

AD | Gifted Erin doesn’t always have the best concentration and usually doesn’t want to sit down to play long, complicated games with us. This is even worse at the minute thanks to being stuck in the house a lot and not being able to go out and have adventures. We’ve been looking for smaller activities to do with Erin and we were recently sent a Backseat Games Tripack which includes Suitcase, Plates and Sounds. As we don’t drive, and couldn’t really go anywhere at the minute anyway, we can’t play one of the games so I won’t be writing

Family Fun With WordSearch

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Like everyone else, we have been spending a lot more time at home over the past few weeks. Being at home so much, having our routine thrown off and trying to fill the time can be really hard. We’ve been very lucky to have been sent some wonderful games to keep us busy, including WordSearch from Goliath. I always think of the paper version of this game so I was curious to see how it would transfer to a board game setting. WordSearch is a game aimed at anyone

Games Night With John Adams Boredom Busters

AD | Includes gifted item and affiliate links (marked with *)  Let’s face it, we’re all stuck at home right now and no one really knows when life will go back to normal. Some people are home with their partners, some are home with other family and some are home with the children. Who ever you’re at home with I’m sure you’re running out of things to do. I know that we got bored very quickly and our evenings were getting really monotonous. The lovely people at John Adams sent us the most fantastic package of games to keep the

Family Fun With The Classic Games Compendium

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links Being stuck at home means having a lot of time on your hands. Although we are trying to home school Erin we are also trying to teach her new things in other ways while keeping it fun at the same time. Sometimes though it can be hard to find things for the whole family to do, without it being aimed at a really young age or just adults. We’ve found something we can all enjoy though and that’s the Classic Games Compendium from Ideal. Inside you will find over 100 games and all

Baa Baa Bubbles Game Review

AD | Includes gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) It’s only happened a few times over the past year or so but as soon as Erin saw Baa Baa Bubbles* advertised she got really excited about it. Luckily, we were recently sent it to review and as soon as I showed Erin she couldn’t wait to play it. What’s inside the box: Baa Baa Bubbles Sheep Bottle of bubble solution 12 numbered cardboard circles Before being able to play you need to load up the sheep’s back with bubble solution. There are 4 different sections that you need

Whoopee Doo Review

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) With John now home more on weekends thanks to a promotion we find ourselves having a lot more family time than we did before. This means trying to find more and more activities to do with Erin at home and recently we’ve been playing more games. Last weekend we gave Whoopee Doo* a try! Whoopee Doo is a really easy game to set up as there aren’t many pieces. Inside the box you get a pack of playing cards and the whoopee cushion. The whoopee cushion takes 3 AAA

Fletter: A Word Game Review

AD | Gifted At the minute our house is where family stay. My sister is currently living with us so her fiance comes to stay roughly every other weekend and then my mum also comes to stay whenever she has a week off work. We are always looking for new games to play for when we have people over so when we heard about Fletter, we all wanted to give it a go. Fletter is suitable from age 8+ and is for 2- 4 players, meaning that most of the family can get involved. Erin is too young for this