Drumond Park The Magic Tooth Fairy Game : Review & Giveaway
As you know we are very fond of our Drumond Park game collection, we have worked with them for sometime now and we hope to keep bringing you more fab reviews for much longer.
Our next review really couldn’t have come at a better time, Lewis is now of an age where he’s starting to lose his first baby teeth so when Drumond Park asked if we’d like to review The Magic Tooth Fairy Game we knew this would prepare him for what’s to come.
1x Magic Bed
1x Tooth Fairy Wand
13x Golden Coins
1 Circle Gameboard
4x Mouth’s each with 4 removable teeth
4x Playing people
1x Playing dice
The aim of the game is very simple, you have to be the first player to loose all their teeth and collect a gold coin for each tooth by going to bed.
Youngest player starts the game by spinning the spinner on the bed, the number is lands on states how many places you can move. There are 3 different spaces you can land on, “Spin Again”, “Wobbly Tooth” or “Go To Bed”.
To first loose your tooth you need to land on “Wobbly Tooth” and then roll the playing dice, orange face resembles the tooth not falling out yet whilst blue face means the tooth falls out. You then put the dice in your persons backpack on the game board.
You then need to land on “Go To Bed”, once this happens you need to then spin the bed spinner. Landing on 1 means you can’t go to bed but landing on 2, 3 or 4 means you can go to bed and claim your golden coin. To do this you put your tooth under the pillow and with the fairy wand insert it into the top of the bed and press down, lift the pillow up and collect your coin!
All this is done gradually whilst taking it in turns to compete with your opponents to loose your teeth first.
The instructions for the game are very thorough, we didn’t struggle with how to play except for one part. Whilst playing we regularly went through stages of landing on “Wobbly Tooth”, collecting out tooth and whilst continuing to play landing on “Wobbly Tooth” again. The instructions for the game don’t state what to happen when this occurs, either to loose another tooth or to skip a go as we are already carrying a tooth. To make our game last longer we choose to skip our go and carry on, this little ‘self-added’ instruction has suited us quite nicely.
We have now been playing this game for a fortnight, and we have played it every evening it has become highly addictive for us all and since we have started playing Lewis has now lost his first tooth and is well on the way to loosing his second. Perfect timing!
The Magic Tooth Fairy Game is aimed at children aged 5+ (although Leah, aged 3 loves this game), is priced at £19.99 and is really an addictive game especially for children of an age of losing their first teeth.
Now for the fun part, the lovely people at Drumond Park are allowing me to run a giveaway where one of you lucky readers can win a The Magic Tooth Fairy Game.
To enter, simply follow the Rafflecopter instructions carefully, as incorrect entries will result in a forfeit from the competition and please make yourself familiar with my Terms & Conditions.
**This is not a sponsored post. We were sent The Magic Tooth Fairy Game to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.