PlayPennies Giveaway: Win One Of Five LOGO What Am I? Games!


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In the spirit of Spring and happiness and fun  we are giving away the new LOGO What Am I?  (rrp £24.99, age 8+ - for 2 to 6 players) game. This is a fast and furious multi-activity game, based on Drumond Park’s Number One best-selling LOGO picture board game, which the whole family can get stuck into.

Each player has to draw, describe or answer questions, so that the others can start guessing the names of well-known branded items or everyday products, before the 60-second timer expires. Ugg Boots, Raybans, Rolex, iPod, Smarties, Toblerone, Raleigh Bicycle, Reebok and lots more lifestyle favourites make an appearance on the hundreds of cards which come with this clever and original game! It’s all the most fun imaginable - with some hilarious antics, especially watching Dad or Auntie struggling to articulate Speedos or Hunter Wellies!

For children on their own the game draws together many crucial aspects of communication and gamesmanship.  It is also perfect for the youngsters to play with their parents and older siblings or at multi-generational gatherings.  Absolutely everyone will be able to relate to the famous name products and brands - and join in the fun.

How To Enter:

Standing a chance to win one of these fabulous games is simple. Answer the question below by visiting the Drumond Park website and get tweeting, writing and entering!

Question: How many people can play the game Logo: What Am I?

Leave a comment in the thread below with answer (1 entry)

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  • Contest ends on 10 March 2013
  • Open to UK residents only
  • One type of entry per household
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  • Admin’s decision is final in all cases


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