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Welcome to day 2 of our 12 Days of Christmas promotion! Today’s prize is brought to you by our friends at Crown & Andrews!

15 lucky winners will receive two family board games valued at $67, which includes a copy of Googly Eyes and Rummikub!

Rummikub is the world’s #1 selling tile game and one of the most-played family games in the world, available in over 50 countries & in 26 languages. With brilliant simplicity, the Rummikub Original provides hours of amusement and every game is different. Players try to place runs or groups of their tiles down in the play area. The first player to use all their tiles accumulating the highest score is the winner. This is a classic game suitable for the whole family! (2+ players, aged 8 and up.)

Googly Eyes has the perfect formula for family fun! A twist on the classic game where a team member draws an object and the others guess what it is – this time the person drawing has to wear the vision-altering ‘Googly Eyes’ glasses! Get your teammates to guess the right answer by drawing clues before time runs out. The first team through to the finish wins! The large wacky glasses have three sets of vision altering lenses that go from easy to hard.  Both games are now available at all major retailers.

Please note this competition is open from 2nd December 2015 until 15th December 2015 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. D. WilkinsonTAS
  2. S. HeinlQLD
  3. H. FieldNSW
  4. M. TaggACT
  5. D. DwyerQLD
  6. S. GrundySA
  7. T. TaylorNSW
  8. C. PhilpQLD
  9. C. EvansVIC
  10. T. FellowsQLD
  11. C. MawerVIC
  12. J. CooperQLD
  13. M. MossmanQLD
  14. L. JacksonWA
  15. C. BoaNSW
  • Charades was our family favourite! It always generated lots & lots & lots & lots of laughter!!!!!!!

  • The Game Of Life…
    Hilarious fun with siblings and cousins
    As we drive through the game with our pretend spouse
    Or no spouse, and the car full of kids!
    If only we knew it wouldn’t be so much fun in real life!

  • trouble, playing with my cousin there was always trouble

  • Operation, my sister and I really took it seriously and dressed in doctors coats, wore our parents glasses and had toys lined around us as the nurses.

  • Monopoly for sure as we played it as a family so often and with 3 sisters we had so much fun and laughter

  • Monopoly! Afternoons spent wheeling and dealing with siblings. Doing deals that had NOTHING to do with the rules in order to save one or the other from Bankrupcy. The sheer elation of sailing past Mayfair with a hotel …. Nothing has ever matched this …Good memories .

  • Operation…..pretty sure thats why I didnt become a surgeon :)

  • Trivial pursuit – the achievement I felt I got a question right – made me feel proud and smart – maybe I should start playing again LOL!!

  • H R Pufnstuf was my favourite game
    I loved to win by completing Cling Clang
    It brought our family together many nights
    And reduced our sibling rivalry fights!

  • Monopoly – thrashing my brother and sister , with stealth and skill , collecting that $200 as I passed GO made me feel like a million bucks.
    I think I’d still win.

  • The game of life, was my favourite game as a young child. I remember sitting in the floor with my sister and cousins and enyoing hours of fun with this classic game.

  • Operation. It just made us laugh every time the buzzer went off and convinced all of us not to become surgeons. It was hours of fun and I hate to say I went against my childhood signs and became a surgeon. Luckily my surgical skills have improved since I played the game.

  • Monopoly I had a game one Christmas holidays that went for two weeks we played so much players came and went fortunes won and lost concessions made just to keep going it was good clean fun

  • Monopoly because I never wanted game time to end and it was the game that never ended!

  • There were no i pads back in my day but loads of board games on the back of Santa’s sleigh. The thrill of opening up a board, who would win, who had the most scored. Scrabble, Rubik’s cube, Boggle, Monopoly and Guess who, all those fond memories I hold true.

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