Monday, 25 November 2013

Giveaway #342 : Win Drumond Park's Mask 'n' Ask - closed - winner Robert Price


*** You can read our review here ***

New Mask ‘n’ Ask from Drumond Park (rrp £16.99, age 7+, for 2-4 players) is an innovative and totally unique board game that will keep youngsters engaged and enthralled for hours and hours at a time! An ingenious twist on the sticky-note-on-the-forehead ‘Who am I?’ concept, this hugely entertaining game goes several giant steps further.

Inside the box, children will find thirty top quality double-sided masks with beautifully designed, colourful animal faces on one side, and jokey-looking human characters on the other. That’s a total of sixty different masks to choose from – amazing game play value!

The game board is also double-sided, so before they begin, the children decide whether they’re going to play the game as animal or human characters.

Each player chooses a pair of red, yellow, green or blue glasses, takes a mask without looking at the picture on the other side, and clips it onto their glasses. Now the fun begins in earnest. Each player has a turn at spinning the spinner – and then asks the other players the question printed on the board, on which his or her playing piece has landed. For human characters, this might be “Do I wear a helmet in my job?”, “Do I have glasses?” or “Do I fly about a lot?”, and for animals it could be “Do I have stripes, spots or a pattern?”, “Do I live in the wild in Britain?” or “Do I have six or more legs?” and so on.

Players are given a set of colour-matched double-sided ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ Answer Reminder Tokens. When a player lands on a Question space, the pre-planned question makes life even simpler, allowing him or her to enjoy the game play without the stress of having to think up a series of questions themselves, in order to work out who they are. Once the question is answered by the others, the player places a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ token on the relevant space to help remember the answer. This strategy gives children the confidence to express themselves more clearly, and helps them learn to think things through. And if they’re not entirely sure of the answer, Drumond Park has thoughtfully provided a handy Correct Answer Chart - so there’s no room for uncertainty.

When a player correctly guesses his or her identity, they choose a new mask from the pile – and the first person to guess three masks correctly is the winner!

for more information : www.drumondpark.com



Roll up, roll up, try your luck ! Drumond Park have kindly offered to send a Mask 'n' Ask game to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader so enter your details in the Rafflecopter widget below to be in with a chance of winning.



UK only. Closing date : 9/12/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.

Other giveaways you may be interested in :

Giveaway #339 : Win 10 e-story books from Itsyourstory - closing date 30/11

Giveaway #338 : Win a family ticket to Charlie and Lola’s Best Bestest Play - closing date 29/11

150 comments:

  1. Cadbury Dairy Milk with Daim review - commented

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  2. A new coat
    Sarah Higgins

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  3. New books and jewellery!

    Ashleigh

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  4. New trainers and some personalised address labels

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  5. I would love a Jo Malone candle

    @rachiegr

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  6. commented on Applewood blogger challenge : Vegetable dips and endive boats

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  8. Really would love a new smartphone, santa,m are you listening!? xx

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  9. lynsey buchanan26 November 2013 22:55

    some new perfume

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  10. for me i would love Season 8 of Criminal Minds xoxox

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  11. just for my kids to have best xmas ever

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  12. christine shelley28 November 2013 12:57

    A new ipad

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  13. A set of crochet hooks and some hand dyed wool

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  14. I'd love a bicycle for Christmas

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  15. 2 books that I've wanted for ages and a pair of slippers.

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  16. All my fave people with me at Christmas

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  17. I commented on the little mix page

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  18. Ive seen a Charlie and the chocolate factory duvet cover for adults! Ive let all the family know its top of my xmas list

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  19. A drill or a kindle paperwhite

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  20. A laptop @Amezeylady

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  21. A super duper laptop - but thats a big wish
    Spencer Broadley
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  22. tortoises.... sigh...

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  23. One Direction perfume

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  24. I already have the item on the top of my Christmas list. The next thing I would like is a new set of GHD straighteners :) x

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  25. I commented on - Product recall : Plum Baby’s new Stage 1 pouch products

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  26. It's a bit boring, but I would really like money so I can put it towards a holiday next year ! x

    Lisa Jones

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  27. ipad air
    (kim neville)

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  28. Crafty stuff and shiney stuff :)

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  29. Someone to do the washing up after xmas dinner

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  30. Money by Robby Price

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  31. an enternity ring - think that might be wishful thinking!

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  32. Some hunter wellies (I know they r on their way!!)

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  33. A nice pair of slippers and a bottle of wine

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  34. An Ipad mini!

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  35. a watch
    Helen booth

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  36. Would love someone to cook my family Christmas Dinner for me!

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  37. id love an itunes voucher

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  38. Some nice bubble bars from lush :)

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  39. A hairdryer :)

    Natalie Gillham

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  40. Some chocolates or a nice perfume :)

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  41. I Can't Sing X Factor Musical Tickets

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  42. Books, books, books - lots of books

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  43. Hair straighteners as mine went bang a few weeks ago

    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  44. I'm really hoping for some Ugg boots

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  45. a new handbag
    from samantha price

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  46. Books, books and more books

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  47. some new golf clubs

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  48. Richard Turner8 December 2013 23:50

    an iphone

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  49. a family holiday

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  50. claire thomson little9 December 2013 00:37

    smelly stuff :)

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  51. Jane Middleton9 December 2013 01:19

    new earrings

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  52. A new laptop, not that i expect to get one

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  53. a new tv but i have no hope of that this year lol

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  54. I want some lovely new beauty products :)

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  55. Commented on Walkers Shortbread review

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  56. the r2-d2 lego set or the death star

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  57. A new cooker, cos ours has died :(
    @KateDSB

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  58. a nice glass of wine, as im due baby in 8 days so providing on time id love a large red :) if shes late then its a large water for me lol

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  59. For us to all be healthy for a change! Every year christmas without fail so far..boo!..That or some soap and glory :P

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  60. A Samsung Galaxy Tab

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  61. I am wanting a spa day,. dropped enough not so subtle hints so really hoping!

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  62. new boots! (@mrsclark_x)

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  63. Commented on Cadbury's Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Cola,Pretzel and Honeycomb review

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  64. A tablet - well I can hope!

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  65. I would love to feel Baby Tilda close this Christmas

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  66. commented on Black Pepper Convivial Yorkshire Crisps review

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  67. A happy family Christmas would be enough for me.
    But every woman likes a nice expensive piece of jewellery!!

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  68. Pass driving test

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  69. A Kindle Fire HD

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