Ravensburger Labyrinth Game Giveaway

We recently reviewed Junior Labyrinth from Ravensburger and have really enjoyed playing this game (click through the game title to read our full review), and now we have a version of the original (non Junior) Labyrinth game to give away to one lucky In The Playroom reader. This will be perfect for family game nights especially in these dark winter evenings.

labyrinth game from Ravensburger

Find the shortest route through the Amazing Labyrinth and you’ll be the victor. This game is designed for 2-4 players aged seven years and above and the aim is to reach all your allocated treasures and targets using the shortest possible route through the Labyrinth and to be the first back to the start point. But there’s a twist; the structure of the Labyrinth can change at any time as players manipulate the course to either make a path easier for themselves, or block that of an opponent. The board appears partly complete with fixed pieces of the Labyrinth.Β 

Ravensburger Twitter Frenzy

For more chances to win fun games, make sure to join in with the Ravensburger Twitter Frenzy onΒ 18thΒ Nov fromΒ 19:30 to 21:00. The hashtag to follow is #GamesNightIn – and follow @RavensburgerPC on Twitter

Labyrinth Giveaway

For your chance to win the Labyrinth game, enter via the Gleam widget below

Labyrinth

Good luck! and check out our Advent Giveaways page to see the daily prizes coming up throughout December

108 thoughts on “Ravensburger Labyrinth Game Giveaway”

  1. We love good old cluedo which we play in teams as its a bit advanced for the children. We have played Labyrinth before but would love to own it!

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  2. I remember playing something similar when i was younger but our favourite family game at the moment is the logo – what am i game

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  3. What’s your favourite board game? Have you ever played Labyrinth? . . . . . Scrabble and no l haven’t played Labyrinth . . . . YET

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  4. Ive never played Labyrinth. I like the game of life, it was my first ever board game as a child, and its remained my favourite for all these years.

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  5. Hotel. I had a form of Labyrinth as a child which involved getting a ball around a moving surface but I have not played this one

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  6. Mine is scrabble, because it really gets me thinking. I’ve never played Labyrinth, but it sounds good, thanks for running the giveaway. xx

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