Summers Not Over with Barbecue Party – Review & Giveaway #win #competition

If like me you look fondly back at the summer season; you
can even feel the heat and smell the barbecue if you think about it long enough, then this is the game for you!

Today I was lucky enough to receive Barbecue Party by Drumond Park to review
(RRP £19.99), the boys wasted no time in unpacking the game!

The game comes with:

  • Barbecue with grilling plate
  • 16 pieces of food (All with funny eyes!)
  • Tongs
  • 18 picture cards

The game itself is pitched at ages 4+, which is ideal for
little hands as you need some dexterity to use the tongs to position the food
on and off of the grill!

Each player takes it in turn to pick up a card, the player
then checks if the corresponding item of food is on the grill if it is then the
player has to carefully remove it and keep it with the card, if it’s not they
then have to carefully place it on the grill to “cook”.

The aim of the game is to be the first to collect three or
four cards and cooked food items to win (you can decide how many at the start
of the game!), but you have to be careful as if you are too clumsy or if there
is too much food on the grill, the grill explodes off of the base sending the
food flying and losing the player their card!

I am pleased to say you don’t need batteries to get the
gaming under way and the game itself feels well-made and sturdy!

Overall the games simplicity does lend itself well to the
younger members of your family but still also allowing a bit of friendly

As winter is drawing in its quite nice to have a game that
so readily reminds you of the warmer and brighter days! So click on the link to
find out more about Barbecue Party and its stockists to order your own game!

I also have a copy of Barbecue Party worth £19.99 to give
away so please enter using Gleam below!

Good luck!

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256 thoughts on “Summers Not Over with Barbecue Party – Review & Giveaway #win #competition

  1. I love scrabble and I'm very competitive,fortunately my grandchildren are still quite young and are happier with snakes and ladders and ludo,and I'm not competitive at all with them !

  2. We still enjoy playing "PayDay" – it's easy to pick up and fun even for adults. 🙂 My great-niece who's 4 is getting the hang on it already and can almost pay on her own (well in a group but without much supervision).

  3. We still enjoy the old fashioned game of snakes and ladders because it is a game of luck so all ages are on an equal footing.

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