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Sunday, 21 July 2019

Another July Giveaway


July has already brought us one board game giveaway, but now it's time for one for the grownups! 

If you saw yesterday's post you will know that we recently reviewed the eco-friendly board game, Nudge. The creators have been super kind and have gifted a game for a giveaway.


Nudge board game box


So, if addictive strategy games are your thing or you're someone that loves sustainable alternatives then make sure you enter.

To be in with a chance of winning simply tell me what your favourite board game was growing up and follow Nudge on their social media channels!

Good luck!

Mummy Snowy Owl
xx

a Rafflecopter giveaway

31 comments:

  1. My favourite board game growing up had to be monopoly

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  2. Scrabble. It's still my favourite!

    - Anthony G.

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  3. Margaret Clarkson
    Scrabble

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  4. Scoop (not sure if it is even made any more)

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  5. I loved Monopoly and scrabble junior.... ludo was fun too

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  6. Monopoly!! Me and my sister loved making our own Monopoly boards!!

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  7. I liked playing game of life

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  8. Elisha Daniels30 July 2019 at 18:04

    Monopoly and scrabble

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  9. Monopoly it would be

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  10. Snakes and ladders. Whilst we also enjoyed Ludo, as well as Tiddlywinks. Can recall playing such board games with one of our aunts who lived nearby. She did not have children of her own, and we loved spending time with her :- As she was so kind, considerate and patient with us all. That is how it seemed to be when I was a child. As I can recall many times of having refreshments with my Mum when she would visit a friend in the afternoon. She seemed to have many friends, and we were very welcome.

    Nowadays it seems that there may be more isolation, individualism. Maybe smaller family units, families living more distanced from one another, etc. Seems quite common for youngsters to be on a computer or tablet when visiting a family. Board games are great for family fun and bonding.

    Rachel Craig

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