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Monday, May 19, 2014

Winning Moves Games Review and Giveaway

On this 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube, we have a review and giveaway for some games/toys from Winning Moves, where you can pickup your own cubes, up to 5x5 in size, or just with a hole in the middle, called Rubik's Void Puzzle.
I received this product for the purpose of this review. All opinions states are my own and may differ from yours.Enter the Winning Moves Games Review and Giveaway. Ends 6/2.
Are you a fan of classic games? Here's a chance to win some of your old favorites for the next generation of fans. After receiving the above collection of games for review, my son has become the biggest fan of Trouble, we're still trying to get the hang of Aggravation, and I've become found again of Rubik's Cube, this time, their Void variety, with a hole in the middle of each side.

The last part of what was sent for review is actually something new. While Winning Moves' primary focus is classic games, they also have some new things, like for the new Transformers movie. Here, we have Splash CardsAs you might infer from the name, these are playing cards that can get wet. There are four versions of Splash Cards:
  1. Splash Jack Royal: A standard deck of playing cards
  2. Splash Jack: A standard deck of playing cards, but with more of a kids theme
  3. Splash Pals: Matching / math deck for the 2+ crowd
  4. Splashimals: Animal matching for the 2+ crowd
We love playing the games we received. With primarily Trouble, we're starting to get more into playing board games, beyond just games like Candyland which we outgrew a long time ago. I also love the selection that Winning Moves has. Unlike the aisle at your typical toy store, you know the games they sell and won't be surprised by anything when you take a new game home and open.
For our giveaway today, we have a $25 gift card for Winning Moves (plus shipping). Winner's choice of what games they get. We're open to continental US entrants only who are 18+. Void where prohibited. You have until June 2nd, 2014 at 11:59 pm ET to enter.
Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. All opinions stated are my own and may differ from yours. See my disclosure policy for more information.

26 comments:

  1. One of my favorite games was always Twister, I can't wait to play it with our daughter when she's a bit older.

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  2. I miss Kismet its like yahtzee but with colored dice

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  3. I used to love to play Sorry!

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  4. Hi! I miss playing Sorry. We would play it as a family. Sometimes I played with my sister or friends. Now, I haven't played it in years. It's fun! Thank-you!!

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  5. I miss Twister! Wish I had the flexiblity to play still! haha

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  6. I miss playing Sorry and Connect 4.

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  7. I liked all these games,but my favourite was hungry hungry hippos

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  8. Pay Day!!! and Twister, Yahtzee, Clue. I liked Life when I was growing up but I don't like the new version

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  9. I miss the rubiks cube, what fun.

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  10. I used to love playing Twister.

    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  11. We used to have boggle tournaments when I was a kid. my mom and I both love word games so we still play when we get together. I have also always loved Clue.

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  12. I miss playing Trouble. I play Clue and Yahtzee with my children.

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  13. I haven't played any of these games before but Crocodile Dentist looks very fun!

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  14. My kids and family love playing Jenga!

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  15. i liked hungry hippos ,i never got it but it looked fun! ty ;)

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