Friday, 28 November 2014

Giveaway #442 : Win 2 x Drumond Park Articulate! For Kids games - closed - winners Laura Z Banks, Corinne Peat


*** I've just posted our review of fab family game Articulate! For Kids so pop over to see what we thought. ***

Articulate for Kids (rrp £19.99, age 6 to 12, for 4-20 players), is the hugely entertaining junior version of Drumond Park’s perennially popular and hilariously raucous Articulate! board game (rrp £32.99, age 12+, also for 4-20 players) which has enjoyed an enviable non-stop run in the top UK Adult Games charts ever since its release more than 20 years ago!

When playing the Articulate for Kids game, children will have lots of fun and also experience a sense of fulfilment - digging deep to describe people, words and phrases as diverse as Mo Farah and Prince William, Nemo and a Fairy, a Piglet, the Daleks, a jigsaw and a cuckoo. The game, which has been completely updated and refurbished for Christmas 2014, provides a superb platform to encourage vocabulary extension and distinct, clear and confident speech, as well as effective communication among children of all abilities - particularly those who are in need of a fun confidence boost.

Drumond Park’s Adult, Family and Children’s board and action games and magic sets are widely available from many department stores, most major toy shop chains and independents, major grocery outlets - plus the leading catalogue and online traders

For stockists and to play games online, visit www.drumondpark.com

Drumond Park have kindly offered to send an Articulate! For Kids game to two lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 12/12/14

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. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

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107 comments:

  1. We play allsorts from Twister to Guess Who, Scrabble, and Monopoly!

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  2. trivial pursuit the family edition

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  3. We play a mix of games depending on what the kids get for christmas! Last year we played junior monopoly and junior cluedo alot!

    AShleigh

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  4. Catherine McAlinden28 November 2014 at 21:46

    Disney Trivial Pursuit!

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  5. We always play Monopoly and Cluedo!

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  6. We do puzzles and play card games.

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  7. We try to have a game of scrabble, though the kids do get in the way lol!!

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  8. We play Monopoly, Scrabble & Bingo.

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  9. it depends as to what games the children get for christmas

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  10. I've entered thanks - we like charades

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  11. Monopoly or Pig or Pop

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  12. Monopoly, Cluedo, Blockbusters, Logo, list is endless we love games x

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  13. Normally the new games Santa brought
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  14. Scrabble, is a favourite in our house

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  15. pig goes pop xx

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  16. We play Monopoly,and any new games the kids get we got SCrewball Scramble this year im quite looking forward to that

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  17. Card games for pennies, Rapidough, Charades, Pictionary...everything!

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  18. Pam Francis Gregory29 November 2014 at 20:45

    We play Risk as a family

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  19. frustration
    from samantha price

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  20. Pictionary, Twister, Monopoly

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  21. We play whatever new game my daughter gets, she loves games!

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  22. We play Charades.

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  23. Usually on the wii, bowling, dancing

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  24. We play lots of games at Christmas - dominoes, Cranium and Guess Who are our family's favourites.

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  25. I love Trivial Pursuit and Scrabble but will be a few more years before my 5 and 4 yo little ones will be able to play!

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  26. monopoly and trivial pursuit

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  27. we play bingo and card games :)

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  28. We play UNO, proper competitive!

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  29. Monopoly - we all hate it really but for some reason we play it anyway!

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  30. Trivial Pursuit, Blockbusters, Pictionary and this year we'll be adding a new game we were introduced to - Mexican Train

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  31. We always play charades at Christmas. Oddly enough we never do at any other time of the year! EJ Dunn

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  32. We love a game of scrabble on Christmas Day evening!!!!!

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  33. We like Hotel Tycoon at the moment

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  34. Monopoly Junior or a Orchid Toys game.

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  35. Cluedo
    Stephen Little
    steve_c_little@yahoo.com

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  36. Charades, but this year we are attempting the cube :) x

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  37. Michelle Phillips10 December 2014 at 18:37

    Monopoly!! Its the only time I can convince enough people to play haha

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  38. Usually monopoly or scrabble

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  39. Trivial Pursuit family edition and wii party!
    simonthehitman@hotmail.co.uk

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  40. Charades wins hands down for us

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  41. We usually end up playing one of my son's Lego games

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  42. This year we got a giant cracker with a bingo game iinside so we'll be playing that

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  43. game of life and monopoly are my favourites

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  44. We play old-fashioned snakes and ladders, memory and snap.

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  45. Draughts and scrabble are our faves.

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  46. Trivial Pursuits x

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  47. trivial pursuit is a firm favourite.

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  48. Trivial Pursuit

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  49. We love Charades at Christmas, would love these :)

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  50. Pictionary and dominoes for the grandparents

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  51. Monopoly and Game of Life
    Helen booth

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