Rockets and Comets

Rockets and Comets – a giveaway

 Rockets and Comets

You may have read my review of Rockets and Comets earlier today.  The newly launched game from Orchard Toys, is a spaced themed take on the classic game Snakes and Ladders.  Aimed at children aged 4 years and over, it can be played with 2-4 players.

Rockets and Comets Great for number recognition, helps to improve counting skills and teaches children all about turn taking.  This is a great family game and has been a big hit here over the past few weeks.

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Do you fancy blasting into space, going on a mission to the moon?  Then complete the rafflecopter below and you could win yourself a copy of Rockets and Comets.  Good luck!

5, 4, 3, 2, 1 – Blast off!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of the Rafflecopter is mandatory, all other steps are optional.  Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet with the bonus click entry daily as well to increase your chances).

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once the Rafflecopter picks a winner, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 21st April 2014 at midnight.

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148 thoughts on “Rockets and Comets – a giveaway

  1. I asked my daughter which planet we should visit and she picked the Moon, reason… so we can have cheese for dinner whenever we want! She’s 3 and a half.

  2. Wouldn’t mind flying to the moon as I love my cheese and wouldn’t mind meeting the man who lives there!

  3. im not sure I would like to visit another planet, I would like to experience zero gravity though it looks fun!

  4. Pluto and yes I know its no longer official a planet, but who doesn’t love it still. It needs a visit to get it upgraded again.

  5. It would have to be Saturn. The jewel of our solar system. Apparently it rains diamonds

  6. I always wanted to go to the milky way as a child because I loved them and mum would only ever let me eat one!

  7. Pluto, so I could take Mickey Mouse there!! Then leave him there with his dog – I hate Mickey Mouse!!!!!

  8. I would like to go to the Moon as we have a saying in our house which is love you to the moon and back 🙂

  9. maybe Pluto just because its so far away and I can look back on the rest of the planets and smile!

  10. id say venus as it reminds me of the song, im your venus, im your fire, your desire haha 🙂

  11. i asked my son and he said he would like to go to mars and see the huge canyons and volcanoes. Hes only 6 so i will have to go with that lol

  12. I think I would love to go to Pluto to see if there are loads of dogs there lol (Mickey Mouse)

  13. Mars, really would love to see if it really is a red planet and of course to meet a real live Martian

  14. None of them, the thought of going into space with no air up there to breathe is too scary 🙂

  15. Has to be Jupiter, because there are loads of interesting moons to explorer when I get there.

  16. I would like to go to Mars. So many movies have been made about it and I would like to see what it’s really like.

  17. I’d love to go to Neptune – The Blue Planet – I know its not likely but even a fly by would be amazing. Its such a beautiful colour all over.

  18. I asked my little boy which planet we should fly to and showed him pictures of all the planets – he chose Neptune because it’s Blue and blue is for boys!! Hehe! X

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