Pay Day – a game review

Pay Day

I don’t know about your children, but my son does have a habit of thinking that money grows on trees and he can just click his fingers and funds will appear in his piggy bank.  We’ve had the opportunity to play a fun game called Pay Day recently, which might… Continue reading »

Codenames #BoardGameClub

Codenames

We recently received Codenames as part of the Asmodee UK Blogger Board Game Club and when I had some friends round for dinner recently, we put our spymaster skills to the test. The game is designed to be played by 2-8 players aged over 14 years of age. Although having… Continue reading »

Having fun with Screwball Scramble – review and giveaway

Having fun with Screwball Scramble

We’ve been having fun with Screwball Scramble here over the last few weeks.  This is a classic game available through TOMY, and although it’s designed with children in mind, I haven’t been the only adult to try their hand oat it since it’s arrived. I believe the concept for this game… Continue reading »

Learning to play Carcassonne #BoardGameClub

Learning to play Carcassonne

I do love a bit of history and even my eight year old son loves castles and stories of knights and medieval times.  Over the last few weeks we’ve been learning to play Carcassonne which has suited us down to the ground.  We’d received the game as part of the… Continue reading »

Ticket to Ride – Europe #BoardGameClub

Ticket to Ride - Europe

We’ve recently been asked to join the Blogger Board Game Club with Esdevium Games and each month we’ll be sharing our thoughts on a different game.  Being a family of steam train enthusiasts, we were more than excited to open our first box and discover Ticket to Ride – Europe,… Continue reading »

BrainBox Roald Dahl

BrainBox Roald Dahl

I was first introduced to BrainBox games a few years ago when I won their Dinosaurs game for my son.  My son loves that game and we’ve played it countless times over the time we’ve had it.  We’re building up his collection of chapter book classics so I thought the BrainBox… Continue reading »