Pandemonio | Review And Giveaway

Back in November last year we worked with Drummond Park to review a game call Stoopido. We loved it that much they have sent us another game called Pandemonio, So here is another review and giveaway for your chance to WIN!

The riotous new PANDEMONIO from Drumond Park is a brilliant, quick-fire card trading game for up to 8 people – where everyone plays at once, all the time! Yes – it’s sheer pandemonium… loud, raucous – and, of course, extremely funny. And with two levels of game play it’s perfect for all age and skill groups!

How to play

Each turn, players must collect as many cards as possible, all with the same image that their playing piece is sitting on. Everyone starts with eight cards, and Colin is wound up and set off along his track.

This is the point where everyone gets swapping madly (with cards FACE DOWN – so you don’t know what you’re getting!) for an equal number of an opponent’s cards. As Colin gets to the end of track, the swapping gets ever more frantic, until Colin grinds to a halt! Then everyone moves their playing piece along the board by the number of correct cards collected. If anyone has no matching cards, they just sit tight until the next go.  Each round, the players must get rid of their old cards and collect cards that match the new board square their piece is now sitting on. The first player to get all the way up the board – to land on or pass the Start line – WINS

At first we did struggle a little as to how to play but once we had got the hang of it, it was lots of fun very crazy with lots of shouting.

Would I recommend this game…Yes! It a great game for all the family to get involved in.

The game is prices at £19.99 and is for ages 8 to adult

Drummond Park are giving my readers the chance to win one of these games for themselves. If you wish to enter please use the rafflecopter link below.

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Terms & Conditions

The closing date is Monday 29th October at midnight.

There is one prize of Pandemonio Game as above.  No cash alternative.
This competition is open to residents of the UK only
Entrants must log in via Rafflecopter and answer the question in the widget – this is the ONLY mandatory task. Comments must answer the question. Comments such as ‘great prize, fantastic giveaway’ etc will not be counted. You can gain extra entries in the draw by completing the other tasks in the widget. All entries will be verified.
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The winner will be notified via email within 5 days of the closing date and must respond within 28 days to claim their prize. The prize will be sent out directly from Drummond Park. Please allow up to 30 days to receive your prize

  • I received this product free of charge for the purpose of this review.  However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

67 thoughts on “Pandemonio | Review And Giveaway

  1. We’re into Barbecue Party because my granddaughter likes the food involved and kerplunk cos marbles are so pretty and you can play lots of different games with them

  2. Monopoly has always been a favourite of our family and also a game similar to Yazzi with 6 dice but our own made up rules

  3. With my son we play lots of orchard games as they are educational but with my nieces and nephews and older family members we love game of life

  4. We try to play games that has a fair bit of luck involved like Jenga and Twister …that way it’s more of an even contest against know it *…..I mean ‘clever clogs’ daddy 😉

  5. We most enjoy dragging out the old snakes and ladders game. It is a game of luck so the children are just as likely to win as the grown ups.

  6. Twenty Questions because you can play it to suit all ages, from a simple oral game to the more advanced board game 🙂

  7. This sound’s like a fab game to play with my kids. They have adhd (and other quirks) so they would love a manic game to lose themselves into.
    Might be on the Xmas games list this year. Thanks for the review x

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