17 Nov Drumond Park Top 5 Children’s Games
If you are looking for great Christmas gift ideas or a way to get your kids away from the TV and into some quality time as a whole family, look no further – Drumond Park games may be just the ticket. Here are our top five kid’s games by Drumond Park.
Barbecue Party, age 4+, RRP £19.99
Sure to cause lots of giggles and mayhem (the little ones in particular will appreciate this), Barbecue Party is a game involving lots of anticipation, dexterity and steady nerves. Basically, players pick a card and then have to place or remove the corresponding item of food onto/off the barbecue grill. Sounds easy enough but, if the grill gets overloaded or is accidentally shaken, the whole load is catapulted up into the air.
Ghee Whizz, age 5+, RRP £19.99
Designed to entertain while stimulating kid’s natural curiosity and interest in the world, this wonderful game is packed with fantastic magical activities and basic tricks. From teaching kids how to make rainbow glasses, shadow animals and a whole range of visual effects to magic tricks like changing the colour of a cord, pouring coins out of an
Rattle Me Bones, age 5+, RRP £22.99
Another game requiring a steady hand, this electronic game has players striving to steal the possessions hanging from old Cap’n Boney’s scary skeleton, with the player managing to steal the cap’n’s golden hat winning the game. Trouble is, a clumsy move will have the cap’n rising up and rattling his bones by shaking frantically. Be careful, though: the ensuing fits of giggles among players of all ages may shake your own bones, too.
Og on the Bog, age 5+, RRP £22.99
Stand by for some truly outrageous fun, gruesome grunts and disgraceful farts with this electronic action game. It has adventurous players taking turns in creeping up on Og and stealing his loo rolls from a gnarled stick outside the bog he is sitting on. The player with the most collected loo rolls at the end wins. Attempts to remove the rolls from the stick may, however, result in the bog exploding, in which case the responsible player has to return one of the rolls he or she has already collected. Explosive laughter is guaranteed.
Sshh! Don’t Wake Dad, age 5+, RRP £22.99
The objective of this brilliant electronic game is to sneak past the loudly snoring Dad, reach the fridge and get hold of the delicious looking chocolate cake inside it without waking Dad up (which has him leaping up like a crazy zombie). To make this task a little more difficult, players have to avoid a hooting owl; a tinkling bell and a howling cat while they move forward.
Promising hours of hilarious family fun, all of these games make outstanding gifts for Christmas and are available from major toy shops, independent shops and online retailers; department stores, grocery chains and catalogues. A list of stockists can be found at Drumond Park.com.