Going retro with TOP TRUMPS – review and giveaway

Going retro with Top Trumps

There are a number of classic games from my childhood that are still much loved over 40 years later. I’ve been reliving my childhood with a game that always had my younger brother and I pitting our wits against each other.  This time around, I’m up against a very shrewd… Continue reading »

Lightseekers Awakening from PlayFusion – review and giveaway

Lightseekers Awakening from PlayFusion

My son turns 8 in a couple of months and he’s using computers more and more at school, he even uses the laptop to do most of his maths homework now.  The world is a very different place from that of my own childhood, and we’ve been trying out Lightseekers Awakening from… Continue reading »

Word Rush – a game review

Word Rush

The girls were coming over for a curry and a catch up recently and I thought it would be a great time to try out a new game with them.  Suitable for anyone aged 8 years and over, Word Rush from Tactic Games, can be played with 2-6 players and… Continue reading »

KING PONG – review and giveaway

King Pong

Monkey and I have been playing the new game on the block from Drumond Park called KING PONG.  It’s aimed at children aged 8 years and over and can be played by 2-4 players. The games comes with a KING PONG unit, base with pivoting doors and lid, 4 corner… Continue reading »

Safe Breaker – a game review

Safe Breaker

Sometimes a box is delivered and I just know it’s going to be an instant hit.  Safe Breaker from Brainstorm Ltd, is one of those games.  Aimed at children aged 6 years and over, we’ve paid this game numerous times over the last week and apparently it’s totally awesome, as… Continue reading »

Play Fun – Chrono Bomb!

Play Fun - Chrono Bomb!

With the wet weather we’ve had this August Monkey and I have reverted to lots of indoor games to keep boredom at bay.  We’ve got to try out the iMC Toys game, Play Fun – Chrono Bomb! recently and it’s a little different from anything else we’ve got here. The game… Continue reading »