By July I have run out of ideas for keeping my littles occupied and entertained, the struggle is real! Luckily Goliath has stocked our game closet with some great games, like:
My kids begged me to play this game with them and I am so glad that I did. We had an absolute blast! The object of this game is pretty straight forward.
The big boss is looking for the best builders in town! Step in line and see who can be the first to bring the blueprint cards to life. Build your structure quickly yet carefully on your platform. Then SMASH your boomer to send your opponent’s structure tumbling. There’s only room for one builder in this town… do you have what it takes? Or will you get boomed on your way to the top? For 2 players. Ages 4 and up.
- Helps build STEM skills such as analytical thinking and shape recognition.
- Unique game play that doesn’t need batteries!
- High-quality components with bright, vibrant colors.
- 4 Boards
- 4 Blocks
- 4 Triangles
- 4 Arches
- 4 Cones
- 4 I-Beams
- 4 Barrels
- 2 Builders
- 30 Blueprint Cards
- 2 Platforms
- 2 Boomers
- 2 Air Hoses
- 1 Card Holder
- Complete Instructions
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We had so much fun playing this game. It is so easy to play and even my four year old got into the action. The instructions are easy enough to understand that my littles have no problem playing it on their own. It can get rather loud so I suggest playing this game when everyone is awake.
I have never laughed so hard while playing a board game! Googly Eyes had all of us in tears. It was such a fun game to play as a family. The instructions are pretty straight forward but I did have to go to YouTube to learn how to change the lenses in the glasses.
Googly Eyes is the hilarious family game that challenges your vision and leaves you googling for more! Put on the zany, vision-altering google eye glasses and start to draw while your team tries to guess what you’re drawing. Is that an igloo or a turtle? A birthday cake or a fortress? Players take turns drawing and guessing, so everyone gets a chance to wear the glasses. The glasses come with three sets of lenses that range from mild changes to mind-blowing fun, so no one can see (or draw) straight–your vision will bounce off of the lenses. Googly Eyes is a fun twist on classic drawing games that lets players of different ages and skill levels compete on equal terms, since the goggles make it fun and challenging for everyone. Unlike any other drawing game you don’t need to be an artist, and the rules are simple. Just roll the die and move–the space you land on tells you which color lenses to use (easy, medium, or hard). Then pick a card, set the timer, and start drawing. If your team guesses correctly you get to roll and move again; if not, then you stay where you are on the board. The first team to reach Finish wins. For 4-16 players, ages 7 and up.
- Colorful Game Board
- Spiffy Tablet
- 162 Challenge Cards
- 1 Die
- 1 Pair of Glasses
- 3 Changeable Lenses: Easy, Medium & Difficult
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I did have a bit of a headache after wearing the glasses so I would be careful while paying this game and limit how long your littles wear the glasses.
All in all this was another awesome game and we all enjoyed playing it.
Think of this as a rated PG version of the ever popular Sh*t Happens. Even though it is rated PG some of the scenarios were pretty hardcore, lol. Me and my daughter (soon to be 13) played this and we had a blast. I would have rated some of the scenarios differently but that’s just me.
You’re going to read some really messed up stuff on these cards, and then rank them based on how bad they really are. Is a 3rd degree sunburn better or worse than seeing your father naked? Is it worse than dropping your phone in the toilet? Rank the card, and if our Misery Index agrees with you, you get to keep it. Correctly rank 10 cards and you win. For 2 or more players.
- 200 PG-13 friendly (but still pretty awful!) Stuff Happens event cards
- Fun for the whole family! Giggle your way through a gaggle of disasters
- PG-13 friendly instruction manual
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Me and my daughter had a great time playing this game and we even started making up our own scenarios, lol.
Board games are a great way to spend time together as a family. Nothing beats bonding over wonky glasses or destroying your littles building, lol! I hope that you enjoyed this post and if you did please remember to share with your friends!
***Disclaimer*** I received these products for free in return for my honest and unbiased review. All opinions are my own.