Drumond Park Barbecue Party : Review & Giveaway
This month we are bringing you a fab new game to the range from Drumond Park, and it couldn’t have come at a better time! Ready for (our slow coming) summer weather and evenings out on the decking we have to review Barbecue Party.
A great and fun family game, testing nerves and reflexes to cook and collect 3 pieces of food to become the winner!
Contents of the game include;
- 1 Barbecue with Grilling Plate
- 2 Chicken Drumsticks
- 2 Fish
- 2 Corn On The Cob
- 2 Peppers
- 2 Tomato’s
- 2 Hot Dogs
- 2 Broccoli
- 2 Mushrooms
- 1 Pair Of Tongs
- Sheet of Stickers
- 17 Cards
We were soon ready to set up the game for our first play. Using the sheet of stickers, we put the eye stickers on the correct food items whilst the kids set up the barbecue. The grilling plate goes on top of the barbecue with the centre rod pressed down and clipped in, we then placed the barbecue on a flat surface and set the grill lock function on the rear from the “O” position to the “I” ready to begin play.
Using the cards we shuffled them up and in a pile faced them down, Leah was first to choose her card. The then corresponding item was carefully lifted onto the Barbecue using her tongs, Lewis then took him go doing the same. There are 2 of each food itemed cards and 1 joker card. For the first food item card you place the food item on the barbecue and for the 2nd card you remove the food item for you to keep. The first player to collect 3 items of food is the winner.
There is an added bonus card to the deck, this is the joker card. The player who pulls out the joker card can then remove or add their own chosen piece of food to/from the barbecue, the card is then replaced in the deck and is then reshuffled.
Also there is an added twist to the game making this game all that more exciting and thrilling, the grilling plate jumps! When adding or removing food from the grilling plate you need to be extra careful as sudden or jerky movements will cause the grill to jump. When this happens your turn is forfeited, all food is to be removed from the barbecue and returned to the table. Players keep the food they are so far collected but the game effectively starts again.
As Summer appears to be somewhat given us a wide berth at the moment we have enjoyed numerous games of Barbecue Party on soggy days, and is certainly another much enjoyed game to our exciting collection from Drumond Park. A fun and exciting game, well done guys!
Barbecue Party is now available to buy from Drumond Park with an RRP of £19.99 and is suitable for players aged 4+.
Now for the fun part, the lovely people at Drumond Park are allowing me to run a giveaway where one lucky reader can win a Barbecue Party Game.
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