Monday, 13 July 2015

Dino Bite from Drumond Park – Review and Giveaway

Dino Bite is a fun dinosaur themed game from Drumond Park, RRP £19.99.  Suitable for 2-4 players, aged 4+, this game is bound to be a hit with any little dinosaur fans!

The aim of the game is to rescue the stolen dino babies (using the tweezers) without making the T-Rex angry!  There are red, yellow, blue and green baby dinosaurs and a roll of the dice will determine which colour you need to try and save.  

If the T-Rex notices someone trying to take the babies, he’ll roar and lunge forwards to scare them away!  If this happens, the player is out of the game. 
This is a fun game for all the family to join in with.  My little boy loves dinosaurs but was a bit unsure of this at first… until the T-Rex lunged forward at his big sister, which he found very amusing! 

It’s definitely the sort of game that will keep everyone engaged and on the edge of their seats.  It doesn’t take long for each player to take their turn, so the game moves very quickly, which is great for little ones who may get bored with longer games.
It’s also the type of game a child could play on their own if they wanted to, by trying to save as many of the baby dinosaurs as possible before the T-Rex lunges.
An alternative way we found fun to play was for each player to choose a colour and rescue as many of their chosen colour as possible before the T-Rex decides their time is up!  Then it’s the next player’s turn and once all players have had their go the one with the most dino babies is the winner!  
We’ve really enjoyed playing Dino Bite, it’s easy to set up, simple to play and lots of fun for all the family.

We also have one copy of the game to give away - please enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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Friday, 29 May 2015

Photo Gallery - A day at Exbury Gardens


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