Monday, October 19, 2015

RoosterFin Games

I was given products in this post to test and give my honest feedback.  All opinions are my own.
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We are a game playing family.  Some of our favorite bonding moments happen over a board game.  My hubby and I learned long ago you never need to spend lots of money to have fun as a family.  Game name normally consist of several board games, a bag of popcorn, a few sugary drink and of course lots of laughter. 

At this point we have an antique chested filled with games and several bookshelves over flowing with them.  We like to have choices and to keep changing things up.

We just recently started to add RoosterFin Games to our collection.  My boys love them and as their mom I love seeing them smiling and playing together.

RoosterFin Games Board games for kids are the gateway to fun!  With games such as Monkeys Up, Rooster Race, Turtle Flip and so many more kids are sure to have a blast! 
I personally was sent
Lumpy Cubes

The game of quick, quirky, cube stacks! Lumpy Cubes is a quick-play stacking game designed to improve your memory, reaction time, and motor skills. This game is fun for all ages, especially when looking for friendly competition! The unique feature of this game is that each patterned challenge card has only one way to be correctly stacked. If you find it and stack it first you win! 
 Players: 1-4 
Ages: 6 to adult
 Skills: memory, reaction time, motor skills



Help your roosters gather corn in this high low game of fowl fun! Rooster Race is a fun simple card game that suits all ages, from kids, teens, college students, parents, and grandparents. If you can count to 15, you can play Rooster Race. The object of the game is to make educated guesses; to predict if the value of the top card in your card stack is higher or lower than the last card played by your opponent. If you have ever played war or blackjack, Rooster Race will be your next card game favorite for family game night!
 Players: 1-5 
Ages: 5 to adult
 Skill: memory


Both games were  so much fun and had my boys giggling non stop.  The best part is even though my hubby and I aren't kids we still enjoyed playing.  I wont fib we held back a bit to make it more fun for the kiddos, but we did all have a great time.
These are only 2 of the many games offered at Roosterfin to see all they have please check out my link below:

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