Summer Games From Drummond Park

We got to review 2 games for the girls, and we all love games in our house. We had Pumpaloons and Pig Goes Pop, made by Drumond Park.

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Pig Goes Pop is for ages 4+ and 2-6 players and it retails at £15.99, basically as you feed the pig the burgers and pump his tummy without bursting open his chef’s coat!!!

You have different coloured burgers that have numbers on them this indicates how many times you have to pump the pigs head, you roll the dice pick up what it shows on the dice you pop the burger in the pigs mouth remembering to check the bottom of the burger to see how many times you need to pump as you pump his head his tummy swells, if his coat goes pop then you lose but if not you keep playing until he goes pop this is a great game to help the little ones learn to count and have some fun along the way.

This is very well made and robust as Boo has taken a shine to it and takes it everywhere at nanny’s!! It great fun pumping his head and wait for that tummy to go pop.

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Pumpaloons is a game we have wanted for ages it’s for 2 players and for ages 4+. It comes with everything you need to race to be the first one to pump up your pumpaloons. This retails at £14.99 and as you can see they make great friends to sit on the sofa with and watch tv

There is Stripeyloon and Spottyloon, you need to insert the tube tip into the blue valve in the pump, you can use any part of your body feet or hands to pump up your pumpaloon the winner is the one that gets there first, this is great fun for parties with take it in turns to pump up the pumpaloons, thus us great fun and also a little exercise along the way. One good thing is that when then have been blown up its easy to deflate too, just pull the long thin tip off the hoes this helps keeps the valve open and then you just scrunch and squash the pumpaloon down until all the air is out.

Both the girls love the pumpaloons and they can often be found carting them around and talking to them, after all, pumpaloons need love too!

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