Monday, November 5, 2012

Fun Games from Wonder Forge

I have been a fan of Wonder Forge games for a long time now. They make fun games for all ages and really pay attention to detail. Their games are well made and really just a great way to spend time with your family. They recently surprised us with a box of some of their newest games. My boys have been having a great time trying them out.

The first one they opened up was the Who Shook Hook Game. This game takes a little bit of a steady hand to remove the treasure from the hammock without dropping Hook in the water. They loved the anticipation of whether or not Hook would fall while their opponent took their turn.

Trying not to have a shaky hand.

Another game included was Jake and The Never Land Challenge Game. This game brings so many giggles. It comes with sturdy foam pieces to do some pirate like tasks. It's so fun because they are always getting silly challenges to do and they are different each time. You might have to slither under the vines with the sword between your knees. This is really a great get up and move around game. Definitely great for the winter months to come!

A great game for super hero lovers is The Joker Fun House Game. The Joker tries to get to his get away hatch before the Super Friends get to their capture space. There are 2 spinners- 1 for Joker and 1 for the Super Friends to share. During the game Joker can roll a wacky ball down to try to knock over Super Friends. The Super Friends also have super powers they can use during the game. Lots of action going on to keep it fun.

The last game included was Dr. Seuss Fun Machine Game. This game can be played with just the tiles or by downloading a free app for your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. It's a neat way to be really interactive. There are 3 games you can play with it.

My 4 boys are ages 7-12 and they all enjoyed playing these games. The Dr. Seuss was enjoyed much more by the younger one although they all had to take a go at it! Kids can't pass up a turn on the iPad.

All these games were easy to set up and play started immediately. Directions were simple and they were able to play on their own although grandma sure enjoyed playing the Who Shook Hook Game too!

You can find a list of stores that carry these games by visiting Wonder Forge website. They also have a facebook page.

* These games were sent to me from Wonder Forge for free. Opinions are my own.

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