I’m all about family togetherness, and when that can be achieved with a high level of hilarity, I’m in. My family enjoys a rousing game or twelve of Uno, for example, made all that much more special by my son’s penchant for shrieking “OCHO!” periodically. (Maybe you have to be there. We find it amusing.)
Wiggity Bang games are all about having fun and maybe (shhhhh!) learning a little bit while you’re at it. If that’s not a prescription for a happy family, I don’t know what is. And take a look at what the generous Wiggity Bang folks have donated:
- Whizizzle Phonics is for ages 4+, and boasts that it is “easier than memorization and more fun than flashcards.” There are two packs for a total of six decks, levels 1-2-3 and 4-5-6. I have two sets of complete Whizizzle Phonics (all six decks) up for grabs.
- FlapDoodle is a board game for ages 6+ where you’ll “use your creativity and imagination to answer crazy questions and do silly stunts.” I have two FlapDoodle games to give away.
- Quelf is a “hilariously silly party game” for ages 12+. You have to go read the complete description, because it comes with—among other things—“1 giant invisible harpoon.” I like it already! I have two Quelf games to give away.
Okay. Got that? I have a total of six Wiggity Bang games to give away, two each of the three games described above. To enter for a chance to win, you need to do two things:
- Leave a comment on this post by 3:00 p.m. Eastern time (that’s noontime, Pacific) on Thursday, June 26th, 2008. Said comment must have a valid email address and you may only enter once.
- You tell me in your comment which one of the three games you’d like to win.
Entries not left within the specified time limit will be eliminated. Entries that do not specify only one game will be eliminated. Children who leave dirty socks on the floor will be
eliminated strongly chastised.
Winners to be determined by random number drawing; I will generate two numbers for the first pair of winners (who will each receive the game of their choosing), and after that we go into single numbers being matched to a prize or eliminated because their chosen prize is already claimed.
Confused yet? Eh, you’ll figure it out. You have two days. Go!