Monday, 3 December 2012

Spin Mania review and giveaway



We were very kindly sent this rather unique game to try out 
and review. Boy it was fun! But having a nine year old wipe
the floor with you playing this game.. well least said!

It does help to have a very steady hand, so as not
to drop the spinning plates off the plate 'spike' and good speed and 
co-ordination to get the plates onto the hidden stands as quickly as 
possible. It certainly keeps you on your toes or your knees, depending on
 where 'cruel' members of your family may decide to place the stands.
 I found myself under my desk several times and even on top of a book case.
 Of course having to beat your opponents' time adds to the challenge.


It was a bit of a culture shock for our young son to actually play
a game that didn't involve sitting in front a screen playing computer
type games. However it wasn't long before he got hooked to this game
and now there's no stopping him! It must be the competitive streak in him
as he wants to play this game 24/7. Which is lucky as the game is designed
for one or more players.

It is so refreshing to actually find a really fun game for kids and adults to play 
that doesn't involve sitting in front of a screen and this has to be in the top five
of family games to be played this Christmas.

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Kids take on a unique spinning,
   speeding, time trial challenge!

Thinking about that Christmas list, with kids in mind?  The new Spin Mania action game from
 Drumond Park (rrp £22.99) provides thrills and spills a-plenty, and is already popular – not 
just with both boys and girls, but all the family! Against the clock, players ‘spin-up’ three 
orange helicopter-like rotary plates one at a time, and transfer them to stands previously 
hidden by their opponents. The kids can make this tricky for mum, dad, nan or granddad, 
by placing the plate stands in hard to reach places, like under the table. The plates must still 
be spinning when the player stops the clock – then it’s the next person’s turn.

Players need not just steady hands, but a combination of eagle eyes and a good turn of speed
, as well! And if they want to make a real party of it, there’s plenty of scope for team challenges, 
too… you’ll soon have them all in a whirl – it’s Christmas crackers!

                For stockists visit www.drumondpark.com or call 01506 855577

And for all my wonderful followers we are hosting a giveaway
for you to own your very own Spin Mania so you too can enjoy
the fun with your children too.




99 comments:

  1. My 2 children, my son has wrote this game on his xmas list

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  2. I would play it with my daughter.

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  3. My boys would enjoy this!

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  4. how have i never seen this toy befor, i can just see the fun we would have with it great review x

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  5. My son would love this x

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  6. My children, Jessicca 13, Peter who is 4 and Hannah who is 2. We wont let daddy play because he is a sore loser ;)

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  7. my four little ones! I think the'd love it!

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  8. I would play this with my man! :)

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  9. I like this game it looks fun!!! :D

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  10. Sorry I meant on the Halloween page!! :) :P

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  11. My Grandsons :-)

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  12. My niece would love this game so I'd play it with her!

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  13. michaela after christmas tea, as we always play a game at the table afterwards :)

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  14. I would play with my nephew Maxx :)

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  15. This looks fab - can just imagine all the bits flying around the house! Kids would love it!

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  16. i'd play this with my kids :) looks like a lot of fun

    @sarahrees151286

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  17. My grandson would love to play this

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  18. My lovely Nephew Bobby would love this

    kathy D

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  19. Kerry Locke ( @kezzy999 )6 December 2012 at 19:48

    All the stray kids my daughter seems to bring home after school!!

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  20. michelle dootson8 December 2012 at 08:52

    my daughter

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  21. I won't be playing with it; I will donate it to charity.

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  22. my nephew would love this, i may love it more!!!!!!

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  23. Family at Christmas! We all love a good game!

    http://introducingmummytothemax.blogspot.co.uk/

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  24. My son would love this :)

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  25. I would play with my 6 and 8 year old daughters xx

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  26. This game looks really great, thank you for this competition!! :D

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  27. My son would love to play this, would play it with him

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  28. my 2 children and my brother who is a big kid at heart!!!

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  29. With my daughter, she is a games maniac.

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  30. my 2 daughters and my son and me would all play this christmas day night, we would have loads of fun xx

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  31. would play this with my nieces who are 6 & 13 and just as competitive as me when it comes to winning ! :D

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  32. My parents and little cousins. =)

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  33. My son would love this x

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  34. My daughter and my nephew

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  35. I play it with my daughter and husband... and my cat :)

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  36. My partner and son, looks like lots of fun

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  37. I'd give it to my son so he could play with my grandaughter Chloe, it would be good 'quality' time for the two of them!

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  38. My two grandsons would love to play this with me.

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  39. Would make daddy play it with our 3 lovely girlies

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  40. the whole family would play it :)

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  41. My three grandsons would love to play this, and I would love to join in! If they'd let me!!

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  42. Great fun for the family

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  43. the whole family, i guess we better let the kids win!!!!!!

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  44. i would play with my much younger brother and sister!

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  45. my nephew

    greig spencer

    greigspencer@Live.co.uk

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  46. The whole family old and young

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  47. would all play this as a family, so both childrend and grandchildren

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  48. My husband and the kids - dad will have to prove he can do it

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  49. We would all play this together as a family game

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  50. 3 Kids, Hallie aged 2 and Georgia & Courtney both aged 7 :)

    Becci Cleary

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  51. I would play with my eldest son and my niece.

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  52. My 2 sons and daughter would love this

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  53. My 2 sons, they would love this

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