I met the lovely couple behind Really Good Conversations during my time at Top Drawer and their stand got my attention straight away as I love card games. I have really found my love for card games in the last year especially ones that get us talking. Bonus points if it is a game that Nick and I can play just the two of us or with others if we want too.
We have been gifted a card game called Neighbour Hoodies and I have to admit I haven’t heard about it before so I was interested to get playing and learn the rules. It is from Play Monster and suitable for ages 5+ and it requires you to play with 2 or more people.
We have been gifted a set of L.l.a.m.a for us to try and see how easy it is to play with players aged 10-37.
We are on the hunt for a brilliant game for our Christmas Eve Box tradition and on this hunt we have been gifted Fruit Punch – Halli Galli to review.
If you LOVE Cards Against Humanity then you will love this family friendly version called Kids Against Maturity. Obviously the majority of our kids are 10+ so this works well for us as it is something that entertains the older kids and us without being too mature. We got gifted a set of Kids Against Maturity whilst at BlogOn in August for the purpose of an honest review and the kids couldn’t wait to play it.We got gifted the illustrated version so this honestly added to the fun and chaos of playing with two 10 years, a 14 year old and 3 adults.
When we went to BlogOn Kids, we were gifted a set of Foul Play’s ‘Once Upon A Crime’ card game and we couldn’t wait to get home and play it!