Confident? board game

Confident? board game – AD sent for review and giveaway

disclosure:  we were sent the item mentioned for the purpose of review

I’ve got a cracking game to share with you today, that is perfect for a family get together, whether that be in a bubble or via a zoom call or the like.  The Confident? board game is aimed at played aged eleven years and over and can be played with two to six players.  It can also be played in teams of us to thirty people.

Confident? board game

The Confident? board game comes with one wipe dry scorecard, six dry wipe answer boards and pens, one scribble board, two hundred double-sided question/answer fun facts cards and an instruction leaflet.

Confident? board game

The aim of Confident? is to be the first player to reach fifteen points by answering questions within a range of numbers.  This is a great game for the whole family to play because so much of it can be based on guesswork really.  My just turned eleven-year-old thought he would need to know the exact answer to the questions, but when he realised it was all about trying to figure out a range between which the answer might fit, he fell in love with the whole concept.

Confident? board game

Everyone playing writes their answers to the question at the same time, we played the game with my son always asking the questions.

Confident? board game

I’ll get that boy reading anyway I can! You put what you think might be the bottom and top numbers of the range, and then write down how big your range is (the difference between the two).  If you’re really confident you will go for a much tighter range, giving you the chance to steal the most points.

Confident? board game

Once everyone has written their ranges down, all players show their boards and the fact card is flipped to reveal the answer. If the answer lies within the ranges guessed then three points is awarded to the player with the smallest and correct range, if other players also guess correctly but with a larger range then they receive one point. But beware, if everyone guesses within the correct range, the player with the largest range will score nothing.  This stops people writing down all-encompassing ranges! The first player to reach fifteen points wins the game.

We’ve found the Confident? board game really easy to pick up and it’s been a great after school game to have fun with. It’s also the kind of game where my son has just as much chance of winning as I do, so it removes any conflict.  You could easily play with extended family or friends via Zoom or other video calling services and it would be a great idea as a travel game too. There are also two expansion packs to buy for extra gameplay options.

I’m pleased to be able to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of Confident? board game as well as both expansion packs worth a total of £42.97.  Complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck!

Confident? board game

Terms and conditions:

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

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, 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 winner’s details will be sent to Confident Games, in order that they can arrange delivery.  Please allow 28 days for delivery.  Delivery before Christmas Day cannot be guaranteed.

The giveaway will close on 21st December 2020 at midnight.

Don’t forget to visit my Giveaways page for more great prizes on offer!

Confident? board game bundle worth £42.97

159 thoughts on “Confident? board game – AD sent for review and giveaway

  1. Just the 4 of us at home, we usually go and spend Christmas in Switzerland with my parents and extended family so it will be very different for us this year

  2. we will be staying at home, just the two of us, hopefully meet up with some members of family in a safe way

  3. Quietly at home – hopefully if everyone is sensible we won’t find ourselves in a complete lockdown after Christmas and lives will be saved

  4. I’m Home Alone but I’ll be having my son for an extra Xmas dinner Boxing Day and I get the remote to myself so loads of Xmas movies, minimal cooking and feet up.

  5. It is just going to be me & my daughter this year, going to be quiet but I will try & make it special for her

  6. A few days visiting my family in Devon, then Christmas Day at home with my partner, kids, & mother in law!

  7. A very quiet one this year, just the household, no visitors, I don’t really agree with the 5 days of madness over Christmas, and I want to keep us safe

  8. Spending the day with husband, daughter and one of our step-daughters, not the full family but it will still be a great day.

  9. It will just be me the hubby and our 2 little ones! We’ll do the usual present opening in the morning followed by a lovely xmas dinner and lots of fun playing with all the new toys!!!

  10. We will just be immediate family that already live in the house and won’t have the usual family members over this year.We’ll watch christmas movies and enjoy the day,open the presents and make the most of our family time together.

  11. We’ll be having a quiet one this year but I’m actually really looking forward to a much more relaxed Christmas.

  12. unfortunately my plans changed last week when i got told my chemotherapy will be starting this week and have to isolate!!!

  13. Just the four of us, me, my husband and two teenagers. We don’t want to risk having family over and would rather wait until it’s safe x

  14. Just a small, close family day but it’s all about the kids so they’ll be excited, opening presents and enjoying foie

  15. Spending Christmas Day with our daughter and family and the rest of the time quietly at home away from that nasty virus (hopefully.)

  16. Unfortunately I have a 12 hour shift on Christmas Day but hopefully we can have our own festive day another time and have some fun with the kids!

  17. Instead of the usual 12, just 4 of us this year. Will miss our elderly relatives and siblings but looking forward to relaxing and spending precious time together

  18. I feel very lucky that we are able to spend Christmas with my parents, we have hardly seen them all year so it’ll be a real treat.

  19. My Partner and I are going to my parents to try and limit the spread and keep everyone safe this year and hopefully we can make up for a quiet Christmas by getting all the family together next year!

  20. At an RSPB reserve on the seabank of The Wash. A long walk along the bank to work up an appetite, some time in the hide watching the birds then a Christmas dinner picnic packed with Lincolnshire specialities like haislet, pork pie and plum loaf. Eaten in the car if necessary but the last 3 years we have eaten ar a picnic table.

  21. We are in a bubble with my sister and niece and nephew as she is a single parent and is disabled so we are going to her place as its the biggest and having a really easy day – will have lots of party and snack foods but no big xmas dinner (we have our local pub booked for boxing day for that)

  22. We will be celebrating quietly at home, just us. The three family bubbles don’t work for our large extended family and I think it’s a silly idea to mix so many people in the current climate anyway

  23. Cooking dinner round at my elderly parents, the only meal we will have shared apart from one birthday takeaway in the garden since March

    1. This year is going to be a quiet year. I have never spent it not with my parents but this year will be the first year.

  24. I’m really, really hoping that we will have the whole family here on Christmas day. I thought we were safe when the rule of 3 households was suggested, but now they are suggesting that although we ‘can’ meet, we should think about whether we actually should.
    Obviously I’m not going to put pressure on any part of the family to come if they don’t feel safe, but I’d love to see them!

  25. In my bubble with my partner , our son and my mum . Just hoping people don’t go mad and send us back into lockdown

  26. At home with my partner and 3 children. Usually we go to my mums with all the family so will be lovely and quiet this year

  27. It will just be me and hubby and we probably wont celebrate Christmas until February as he feels too sick at the moment having chemo and radiotherapy

  28. It’s just going to be me and my son, now we’ve just been put into tier 4. We are going to have a virtual Christmas, from Portsmouth to Scotland!!

  29. Spending some quality family time as we have missed out on each other all year. Can’t wait to eat christmas dinner together and play games & cuddle my mum and nieces xx

  30. With my other half and parents. Been a quieter festive season this year. Let’s hope it isn’t the same next year

  31. Just me, the old man and the dogs. First time our ( grown up ) children won’t be spending Christmas Day with us 🙁

  32. As the situation in Wales has drastically changed my husband and I are now spending Christmas with our daughter and are unable to see our two other Sons and families. BUT we are just thankful that we are all here and healthy!

  33. Unfortunately we have been put in tier 4 so therefore just my husband and myself. I’m so upset as I was looking forward to having all 5 grandchildren.

  34. Very quietly, at home with my husband, youngest son and my elderly Mum. We’ve been shielding Mum since March, so my other sons and other family members can’t visit. We can’t wait until she has her vaccine.

  35. Family of 4 – eating, drinking, playing games and Zoom calls to grandparents in Devon who are staying safe.

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