#PrimaGamesFest | HarassedMom

This game forms part of the #PrimaGamesFest that I posted about yesterday and it is my currently favourite game and it is possible for even toddlers to play this one, so perfect for everyone.

This is such a simple game but it is SO MUCH FUN!!! It is called Boom Blast Stix.

The goal is to see if you can pile the stix on top of one another with blasting them. It looks pretty simple but the slightest thing can blast the stix and they literally spray all over the place. We have played this so many times and each time we all get a surprise when it blasts. Jack and Emma absolutely love it and the bigger two take building very seriously.

Check out this video to see how it works. (Disclaimer: I could not capture the blast properly which is why I am using this video.)

If there is one game you get, let it be this one! It is the best family fun you will have!!!

I have ONE Boom Blast Stix set to give away to one lucky reader!!!

To enter all you have to do is leave a comment telling me what your favourite board game was growing up.

Competition ends 31 July so don’t wait to enter!

My usual T&C’s apply!



29 Responses

  1. Loved playing board games, was such an awesome thing to do with the whole family!! My favourite was probably frustration

  2. My absolute favorite game was abalone, kinda like chess but with marbles.. otherwise Cluedo was my go to!

  3. I loved playing Movie Maker growing up. It was a board game where you collected cards with actors, directors etc. and put together movies. I also enjoy Cluedo and Scategories and Triominoes.

  4. This looks like fun! I loved Clue and Candy Land. And now I love playing Candy Land with my kids! (Just a few more years before they are ready for Clue!)

  5. When I was growing up, there wasn’t any boardgames as such (im giving away my age) but when my kids were young, I bought them this huge hungry hippo game, a simple game of a lever opening the mouth of the hippo and “eating” these small metal balls. It was great fun and one of my favourites 🙂

  6. I loved Cluedo, as well as this crazy game none of my other friends had ever heard of, called Movie Makers, no ideawhere my mom found it, but it was awesome 😉

  7. The only board games I remember growing up with were us making cardboard cut outs for the marbles to go through 🙂

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