LOGO Billionaire

LOGO Billionaire – review and giveaway

Every month I have the girls over for a curry night, a chance for us to catch up without the kids.  A while ago I added something new to a curry night – some board game action.  It would appear that our friend A is rather hot when it comes to these games and has beaten us all on a number of occasions.  Would our luck chance as we played LOGO Billionaire recently?

LOGO Billionaire

LOGO Billionaire is another great board game from Drumond Park, aimed at those aged 8 years and over, which can be played with 2-6 players.

LOGO Billionaire

The game comprises a game board and spinner, 6 play pieces, 96 brand cards, 24 Newsflash cards, 27 Risky Business cards, 102 bank notes of various denominations, 6 Takeover tokens, 6 Owner Certificates and a set of instructions.

5 of us were gathered for our monthly get together and there was some serious competition afoot.  Who could challenge A, could someone steal her winners crown?

We set the board up and read the instructions.  There are two ways to play LOGO Billionaire – with the Executive rules or with the Apprentice rules.  We decided to start with the Apprentice rules and work our way up to Executive status.

LOGO Billionaire

The ideal of both games is to be the first player to become a Billionaire, by trading brands and launching companies.  Throw in a hostile takeover or two and you could be a very successful business person.

LOGO Billionaire

We’ve found it much easier to play the game through and read the rules as we play.  They can see quite confusing, but once you actually start gameplay everything slots into place.

LOGO Billionaire

Collect at least three brands in the same colour category to launch your company.  But be careful when you use Risky Business!  You can increase the value of your company but you could go bust!

LOGO Billionaire

So what did we learn whilst playing LOGO Billionaire?  Well A lost both games, N was too greedy and went bust, I am too conservative when it comes to risking everything and J took the slowly, slowly approach and beat us all!  There were literally fits of laughter, admittedly, most when someone went bust.  We all really enjoyed playing both games and how my son slept through the fun I will never know.

This game is great fun and game play is fast so it will certainly keep younger players entertained too.  LOGO Billionaire retails at £24.99 and it’s been a big hit here, I think it’s actually my favourite that we’ve reviewed.  For information about this, other games in the range and stockist information please visit the Drumond Park website.

disclaimer:  we were sent this game in exchange for an honest review.


We loved playing LOGO Billionaire and I’m really happy that I can offer one lucky reader the opportunity to win the game too!  Just complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck.


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The giveaway will close on 16th August 2015 at midnight.

LOGO Billionaire worth £24.99

208 thoughts on “LOGO Billionaire – review and giveaway

  1. A big family home so we could settle and all decide what to spend the money on next c

  2. probably a bigger house so that the hubby could fit his fishing gear as its everywhere in this one

  3. I’d buy a house of our own. It is a dream both me and my husband have had for a long time.

  4. I’d buy a bigger car, with 5 of us now my current car is a little tight! That and a family holiday 🙂

  5. I would buy my sister a house so she isn’t working all week to pay extortionate rent.

  6. I’d emigrate to Australia and buy an apartment in Sydney Harbour – my favourite place in the world 🙂

  7. I would buy my dream house – big enough that I can fill it with even more babies 😉

  8. I’d buy a large estate, comprising a number of houses, for all my family. We all rent our homes and have the insecurity that brings.

  9. Oh I would buy a house in Glasgow for my wee sister. like everywhere else it’s so difficult to get on the property ladder here…my sis very modern so it would be a new built house…and I would go to it and she would spoil me cause I just bought her a house!

  10. A house with a big garden for my son to run around in (then I would also need to hire a gardener)

  11. I’d have an architect design my dream house and have it built. And I’ll book a round the world holiday.

  12. My husband and I have five adult children between us and eight grandchildren.The first thing I would buy would be their choice of homes and furnishings and give them enough money that they need never worry about it again x

  13. A big house in the countryside, so my family would have more space as we just don’t have enough room.

  14. I would buy 100 expensive suitcases of assorted colours and give them to my friends and family and say “Start packing. We are all going to Florida for a great holiday”

  15. First I’d pay for a massive family holiday with my family and all the extended family too. Then I’d by myself a dream house! 🙂

  16. My partner says she would buy a hot rod first. She’s always wanted one. I don’t know what I would buy first. A holiday somewhere. And a flat for my daughter. There. Thought of something!

  17. id buy a massive house with extra bedrooms so even when my kids are grown up and they have babies of their own, they dont have leave me!! 🙁 LOL xx

  18. I would buy a bigger house, and would have another baby as we would actually be able to afford it 🙂

  19. Houses in different parts of the world that I can split my time between during the year

  20. A holiday for my family to the Caribbean so I could relax and work out what else to buy

  21. It’s so shallow, but I’d buy new boobs as after breast feeding I ended up with 2 spaniel ears!

  22. I’d buy a large property with lots and lots of land to open an animal sanctuary, and I guess all the billions would go on looking after the animals, but I’d rather be around animals most of the time!

  23. I’m straight off to buy the boats – one for putting to sea, a lovely old yacht, a canal cruiser and a high power RIB

  24. I think a lovely Greek island would be lovely…just like the one Christiano Ronaldo just bought as a wedding present for his agent – oh how the other 1% live 😉 !

  25. I would buy my local safari park so i could play with the big cat cubs and feed the giraffes every day

  26. Definitely a bigger house, preferably with some sort of ‘mum room’ where I can escape after a long day!

  27. a new house would love everything to be on one level and enough rooms for kids not to have to share

  28. I would buy a small island (perhaps Britain) and give everyone free drink and free food and make everyone happy

  29. A house in Greenwich as my partner and I want to move in together and property is always a good investment.

  30. Holiday home so I don’t have to put up with the aches and pains that go with the cold, damp weather.

  31. I would buy my Mum a house – I have seen her struggle financially when I was younger and I would love to see her reaction!!

  32. Sorry I’ve done it wrong was on the phone with my Mother whilst doing it!!.

    But would have a round cruise for my husband & I.

  33. I’d get a mini race track built as my boys love cars & racing and some small versions of sporty cars for them to race

  34. I’d buy several islands and give over their use to save endangered wildlife plus funding heavily armed guards to keep all the creatures safe.

  35. It would be lots of champagne and amazing food to have a big house party with family to celebrate

  36. I’d take my girls on a mega shopping spree as I know how much they’d love being able to buy anything they want

  37. A modest bungalow by the sea to enjoy our retirement, and I’d buy premises to set up a dog rescue centre and fund a manager to run it, because we adopted a gorgeous ‘older’ boy who was saved from death row at the pound by a wonderful smaller charity, completely run by volunteers. He had been someone’s pet, he is house trained, obedient & the most lovely nature, yet for some reason he had been abandoned & left to roam the streets. I hate to think of others like him just dumped because they are older- like an item of discarded clothing.

  38. I’d take my daughter on a lovely long relaxing holiday whilst we decided what to spend the money on!

  39. I would buy a house for my son as it is so hard for young people to get on the housing ladder these days

  40. I’ve just found out I am partially deaf in one ear – so I would get myself a top of the range teeny hearing aid that you cant see rather than the clunky nhs ones

  41. a penguin sanctuary because I love penguins and would look after the sick ones then return them to the wild. Not here obviously 😉

  42. I would buy our own house. We move every couple of years with hubby job in the Forces and I want to settle the kids so they do not have to keep moving schools and making new friends. x

  43. I’d buy my hard working daughter a house as she’s working so hard for a deposit for a mortgage but its an uphill battle

  44. I would buy a house for me, hubby & our son- we currently live with my in-laws. The house is huge & we have our own living room, bathroom etc. but I would like to walk around in my underwear now & again 😉 x

  45. I would buy a house or an apartment in London so that my fiance didn’t have to commute everyday!

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