Drumond Park Dig In and Rapidough Giveaway

To celebrate Easter, we’ve got together with Drumond Park to offer one lucky winner the chance to win this fun prize pair of Dig In! and Rapidough games to enjoy with their family. We have both of these games, and you can click to read our reviews of both within this blog post

Dig In!

(rrp £19.99, age 8-99!)

This is a fabulously easy, but deceptively challenging and frantically fun game, suitable for all ages, from about 8 upwards – and perfect for Easter holiday gatherings and get-togethers! In this ridiculously simple game up to four players at a time dig into a bowl of colourful everyday items to find the six objects pictured on their card. Each card has pictures of six very recognisable items – an ice cream, dog, plane, rabbit, boat, scissors, starfish, teddy etc. – on it; each one a particular colour. Using both hands you have just 15 seconds to rummage through the contents of the bowl and find all of your objects before the timer goes off!

If no winner has emerged during the round, all the players then ‘dig in’ together – but using only one hand each. There is no time limit for this mad all-in scramble, which keeps going until a player finds all six items illustrated on their card, wins the round – and keeps the card. The rounds continue – until a player collects three cards, and is declared the winner.

Those model pieces are just waiting to be played with, touched, swirled around and delved into… Drumond Park’s research has shown that it’s almost impossible to walk past the bowl with all the pieces in it… without having a sneaky, satisfying rummage in that bowl, or even a quick 15 second session with the timer on, all on your own!

Read our review of Dig In

Rapidough

(rrp £24.99, age 8+)

Completing the Easter entertainment, the uproariously funny Rapidough family team game of modelling charades, perfectly fits the bill with its hundreds of simple, interesting new everyday objects to sculpt. There’s never a dull moment, as everyone gets stuck in and plays at once, in every round! The Modeller in each team takes a card and then attempts to sculpt the word or words shown into a shape, as their team mates begin their frenzied attempts to guess what’s emerging from the coloured modelling dough. The Modellers are only allowed to say “yes” or “no”, and must ignore any guesses from members of the opposing teams. Gestures and actions not involving modelling are never allowed – and certain rules must be agreed between the players before the game commences.

In each round, the first team to identify what’s been modelled correctly is the winner. There’s a sting in the tail of course… at the end of each round, the losing team has one ‘plug’ of dough taken away from them. And if your team loses too often, you can just imagine the hilarity of trying to sculpt something like a snail, a hand, a helicopter or a hedgehog – with a pea-sized piece of dough!

Read our review of Rapidough

Giveaway

Enter via the Gleam widget below

Drumond Park prize Pair

Good luck!

For stockists please visit www.drumondpark.com

172 thoughts on “Drumond Park Dig In and Rapidough Giveaway”

  1. Rapidough – used to play this on a Saturday night when my friends had a little one so couldn’t go out. We’d all pile round theirs! It was great!

    Reply
  2. If it was during the week I’d probably choose dig in as it’s quick and easy to get out and put away. If it was the weekend it would be Rapidough as we have more time to clear up the mess 🙂

    Reply
  3. I think we would play Dig Im first. Both games sound so much fun. Woupd certainly keep the grandkids busy when im on babysitting duty lol. Would love to be your lucky winner.

    Reply
  4. I would choose Rapidoh mainly because I already have enough lego bits to break my neck on plus it ooks like fun for the whole family.

    Reply
  5. Both look like great family fun!! However Rapido looks like it will inspire creativity and imagination!!! I think both my kids would love to play this! I can imagine that it would be great fun! I’m not sure how good my play doh modelling is but I’m always game to give it a go!

    Reply

Leave a Comment

CommentLuv badge