Dig In – Giveaway

 

Dig In is our favourite Drumond Park game that we have reviewed over the last few years, and is set to be a great family game for generations to come. Dig in is available for RRP £19.99, and is suitable for ages 8+.

Dig In has been a big hit in the dragon house, not only for its fast competitive game play. It’s easy to learn rules mean that it has proved to be a great family and friends game as well as one the adults enjoy. With 128 colourful characters to find, gameplay is as simple as find and match against the clock.

This is what Drumond Park have to say about Dig in:

You’ll find Dig In! intense and totally engrossing.  Each player is living-in-the-moment, fixated at finding their pieces.  So for those 15 seconds the rest of the world is shut out – and nothing else matters.  It’s a mesmerizing formula, ensuring hours of stimulating fun for the players, who’re desperate to be the first to fill their card!

Leave Dig In! lying around the house and we guarantee it won’t be long before the white bowl and its colourful contents prove to be irresistible to people passing by.  Those smooth and tactile model pieces are just waiting to be played with, touched, swirled around and delved into… Drumond Park’s research has shown that it’s almost impossible to walk past without having a sneaky, satisfying rummage in that bowl, or even a quick 15 second session with the timer on, all on your own!

And adults who’re looking for grown-up, after dinner party fun will be surprised to find this game totally engrossing and amazing in its deceptive and addictive simplicity – and keep coming back for more! One thing’s for certain… Dig In! is set to be a winner with everyone – family and friends alike!

 

So here is your chance to get your hands on Dig in, I have one to giveaway to one lucky family. Simply comment and complete the gleam app below.

Dig In 2017

Disclaimer Drumond park asked us to choose our favourite game from 2016 to giveaway, all words remain our own and have not been altered.

Terms & Conditions:

The giveaway is open to the UK only

  • It is mandatory to leave a comment in the post comment section answering the question specified. Other tasks completed will gain additional entries. The winner will be checked to make sure they have both left a comment and completed the task for the winning entry.
  • Winner will be drawn randomly after the competition closes at 23:59 on Sunday 23rd April 2017
  • The winner will be sent an  e-mail to the e-mail address left at time of entry. The winner will need to reply to the e-mail within 7 days of the notification. Every effort will be made to contact the winner, but if no response is made within the 7 days a new winner will be chosen.
  • The prize details are stated at the top of the giveaway, and may be subject to change if they become unavailable.
  • The prize will be posted by the promoter, unfortunately I cannot be held responsible or replace missing parcels. Please contact me if there is a problem.
  • Please allow 28 days from notification for your prize to be sent out.
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160 thoughts on “Dig In – Giveaway

  1. The kids and I love painting . Especially hand foot and even nose prints! Board game wise we are loving Dont Wake Dad at the mo, so much fun for all the family. Fab giveaway would love to be your lucky winner.

  2. We’re always playing games – Jenga, Twister and Operation…but Disney’s Trivial Pursuit is our family fave. x

  3. I was 17 when I passed my driving test and if my children were keen to learn young, I would certainly encourage them.

  4. I’ve never taken my driving test but would definitely encourage my son to do his. I regret not having lessons now.
    We love Drumond park… The logo game in particular but Dig In looks like great fun xx

  5. I was 31 and already a mum of 4! I honestly dnt know how I coped before! Best thing I ever did! My eldest is 16 this year and he’s getting his provisional for his birthday, he’s already had a few driving lessons (there’s places doing them from 13 now!) I will defo encourage them all x

  6. I think the question may be wrong, but I have one that has come up asking me about driving.

    I passed when I was 19, but to be honest I think I was too young. I couldn’t afford to run a car anyway! I think I would encourage my children to learn when they can afford to have a car and are responsible enough to drive safely – probably after uni.

  7. We love ludo and as for driving I didn’t learn. SO wish I had. I would get the kids driving as soon as they legally can.

  8. I passed at 18 after just 9 lessons but I had been driving tractors since I was 13. I would certainly encourage my kids

  9. Not quite a board game unless you count the floor but twister is always a lot of fun with the kids. They also love seagull splat

  10. I dread playing all board games with my family because they’re all such bad losers! My fab has got to be Cluedo- sure I’m the only one who knows how to play it!

  11. Well it was always monopoly however Ive been playing dad scrabble most nights for the last 2 years and we have now got junior scrabble .

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