Wednesday, September 23, 2009

family game night prizes!


did you experience a fabulous family game night?

whether you did or you didn't have a family game night tonight, any night can be a family game night...as long as you have the games. maybe you had a good excuse for not having a family game night: maybe you ran to your family games cupboard, closet or drawer and couldn't find anything that looked fun or age-appropriate. if this was your problem, i would like to help you with a little extra family fun for your next family game night.

for your game-playing pleasure, i have three sets of hasbro card games to give away. have you ever tried playing scrabble slam, crazy old fish war, pictureka! card game or monopoly deal? i haven't either but doesn't it sound like those games have a ton of potential for fun?

if you would like to be one of my three winners of these four card games, you must answer the following questions:

1) are you an ultra-competitive player who always has to win?
2) what was your favorite game when you were growing up?
3) what is your favorite grown-up game to play now?

i know, having to answer three whole questions is fairly demanding, but i have confidence that you can do it! inquiring minds want to know the answers to these questions!

i will randomly select three winners from those who answer all three questions in the comments section on September 30 at 9.02ish central standard time.

happy game playing!

i did not receive anything for hosting this giveaway on your behalf (except the games i mentioned in the previous post).

10 comments:

  1. 1. Yes! I really hate it when Jacob or my dad win. And I must win this new contest too!
    2. As a kid, I liked to play Trivial Pursuit, even though I only knew about 1 in 20 answers (and that's an overestimation).
    3. Settlers of Catan with the Cities and Knights expansion.

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  2. 1. Yes, I am also very competitive & do not like it when I don't win. Although, I do give in & let the kids win once & a while.
    2. As a kid, we played Sorry a lot, also a card game called Stun, which they don't make anymore, but I found on e-bay.
    3. My favorite game that we play as a family right now is Blokus. Even Sam will play it & he doesn't really like playing games at all. Sometimes I think that might be one of the reasons I had kids, now I finally have someone to play games with me.

    Erinn Nigro

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  3. 1. as you well know, i am EXTREMELY competitive!!!
    2. favorite game growing up had to be scattergories. i have a great story about jane fonda with that one. and pictionary is a toss up. another great story about a liver on that one ;)
    3. fave grown up game has to be catch phrase. could play for hours and hours. love it!
    YEA for giveaways!!!

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  4. 1. I am also very competitive and will think for hours afterwords about what I could have done differently to get a different result.
    2.Lots of favorites growing up...Pit, Nurtz (card came that I am not sure how to spell) and Battleship were faves with my brother and I.
    3. Definitely Scrabble. I also own scrabble socks,a beach towel and sweatshirt! I did not buy these things for myself however.

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  5. 1. I only insist on winning about 98.5% of the time.
    2. Favorite childhood games - Hungry Hippos and Mousetrap. Family games - Clue and Boggle.
    3. Apples to Apples. But only if I win.

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  6. 1. yes, yes and um...yes.
    2. stratego or othello
    3. spades

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  7. 1. Of course...why else would I play? :)
    2. Scrabble, Easy Money (weirdo 80's version of Monopoly), and we played a lot of Taboo in our house. And Janie's story about Scattergories is flippin' hilarious!!
    3. Loooove Catchprase, Apples to Apples, Nertz...which was the only game I played in college and just so happens to be the game I was partnered with William once at Bubba's Bagels the first night I realized I "like-liked" him and would loooove to go out with him. ;)

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  8. 1. Not totally competetive at games - just want everyone to play fair and follow the rules.
    2. Loved Sorry and Chinese checkers as kids.
    3. Now, we usually play cards - almost always golf because we can never remember the rules to other card games.

    Tina Huttner

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  9. 1. I'm ultra competitive but I try not to let others know because then I think that will make them more competitive with me.
    2. We played so many games but my best memories are of Rook and Pictionary.
    3. Currently we love Taboo (because Sam and I make an unbeatable team!) and Pitch with our friends.

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  10. 1. Only when I am playing against Galen.
    2. Pictionary, Sorry, Chinese Checkers
    3. With the kids- Zingo / With Adults-any card game! :)

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