Bounce Off – Easy to Play but Fiercely Challenging!

Have you ever played Beer Pong? Well Bounce-Off is the family friendly version! Bounce-Off game is simple for everyone to understand and play, but don’t be fooled by the easy instructions – the competition is fierce and it is harder than it looks! Whether you’re playing against others by bouncing balls in a frenzied race to match the card or the (slightly) more civilised turn-based play, Bounce-Off game brings the action and the results are wild! Bounce-Off is a game… Continue Reading “Bounce Off – Easy to Play but Fiercely Challenging!”

Legend of Zelda – Tri-Force Heroes

zelda-tri-force-heroes

Kian was never really in to the Legend of Zelda games until we went to a Nintendo event last year and he got to try one out for himself, which he really enjoyed playing. Our Nintendo 3DS has been packed away hardly touched over the summer, but now that the nights are drawing in it has been dug out and charged and is being used again daily by either Isaac or Kian and more so since we were sent Legend of… Continue Reading “Legend of Zelda – Tri-Force Heroes”

Introducing the shameless and completely outrageous Og on the Bog

Og on the Bog

Pssst… this one’s all set to make a very big noise! The brilliant new electronic Og on the Bog game from Drumond Park (rrp £22.99, age 5+, for 2-4 players) is truly hilarious. As ‘tongue-in-cheek’ as it gets, it takes revolting games to completely new heights with its own outrageous brand of gross and disgusting toilet humour. The aim of the game is to steal as many loo rolls as possible before Og lets rip with a humungous FART and blows his Bog to… Continue Reading “Introducing the shameless and completely outrageous Og on the Bog”

Pebli Town Review

Pebli Town

I am not a massive fan of using our iPad as a stand alone toy for the children, as I find that prolonged play can really effect their mood, so when I was approached to review Pebli Town I did hesitate at accepting it, however, upon further investigation I though that it would really help the kids with imaginative play. Pebli Town uses fun traditional play pieces and a physical play board that interact with a tablet (Apple and Android)… Continue Reading “Pebli Town Review”

Win Sshh! Don’t Wake Dad from Drumond Park

Sshh! Don’t Wake Dad from Drumond Park (rrp £22.99, age 5+) is a brilliant electronic board game where players must creep past a sleeping Dad as he snores (yes, really!) in bed. Move forward avoiding the howling cat, the tinkling bell and the hooting owl – but each time you do wake Dad, he jumps up like a zombie! At this point you earn a card, which gets you past the hazard it illustrates.  So the more you play, the… Continue Reading “Win Sshh! Don’t Wake Dad from Drumond Park”