Monday, December 19, 2016

Fun games from Wonder Forge, a great gift idea! #Giveaway

Are you looking for any last minute gift ideas? I know at times things can get stressful if you did not get a gift or you feel that you need to add more under the tree. There is not much time left but there is still time! I have some great gift suggestions for you all. Board games! Great family fun board games from Wonder Forge, here is a little more information about Wonder Forge from the website:

Wonder Forge has consistently offered top-quality experiences, raising the bar for preschool and family games everywhere. The preschool titles celebrate the “can do” attitude in all kids—engaging them physically, socially, and creatively. The family games bridge generation gaps and create wholesome family moments and lasting memories. Today Wonder Forge makes over 100 games that have won more than 200 of the industry’s top awards for product excellence. They are sold nationwide and in 16 countries and counting.

One of the things my family and I love to do together is play board games. There is just something about getting together unplugging and having some old fashioned family fun together. Being a working mom it is tough to take the time to just spend quality time with the family but I always make time for game night. We have a blast and it is a great tradition. You are just going to love the cool, fun family games. These are games that will appeal to the tweens, teens and adults on your holiday gift list. Great to play in large or small groups!
You’re invited to a masquerade party at the estate of art collector Baron Whitetooth. Little does he know, you’re a world-class jewel thief. And you are not alone. Keep your identity a secret as you maneuver through the mansion pocketing priceless gemstones. Observe the other guests and use deduction to unmask the other crooks before they catch you!
Ready… Set… Draw…! It’s the lightning-fast drawing game where you need to draw just well enough to win! Everyone takes one of the 500 phrases and has only 6 seconds to draw their best interpretation. Mix them all up and try to guess which scribble matches which phrase. Get your big ideas across and guess correctly to score!
Stack it up! Add sticks to the wobbly stack using one hand and matching the colors. But keep steady—one unstable stick could make it all come tumbling down!

These run games are available at Target in stores or online, there is a great Free Standard shipping on all orders going on right now at Offer valid for through 01/01/2017.  Be sure to pick up a game or two for those special someone’s on your holiday gift list. I am sure they will have a blast with these games, and you can all have fun together over the holidays laughing and playing these fun family friendly Wonder Forge games!
The generous folks at Wonder Forge are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a Wonder Forge games gift pack that includes, Really Bad Art Game, Stick Stack Game and Suspicion Game. Would you like to enter? Please let me know what one of these three games you like the best, and why? There also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
You can purchase any of the great Wonder Forge games shown here at Target.

Win it:
One winner will win a Wonder Forge games gift pack that includes, Really Bad Art Game, Stick Stack Game and Suspicion Game!
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clc408 said...

Suspicion is my favorite because mysteries are fun.

Lauren said...

My family would like Really Bad Art because they like to draw.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I like Suspicion because I like mystery games.

VickieC said...

the really bad art game because my grandsons would love trying to draw

LesleyfromWI said...

Really Bad Art looks like a game my family would enjoy a lot

Isaiahsmom said...

I like all of them but Suspicion would be my favorite.

Unknown said...

Really Bad Art looks like a fun game. I think my family would love it!

AEKZ2 said...

My favorite is Really Bad Art Game because I can't draw

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