Don’t Laugh, is a fun board game from Drumond Park for ages 8+ it sounds easy, but after having a go its much more difficult than the name suggests! When the box arrived the boy couldn’t wait to get started, but he had to wait a short while as I went out to get batteries.
The box contains, a microphone (requires 3AAA batteries not included) 4 playing pieces, rules, board, and 100 double sided joke cards. As with other Drummond Park games, the rules are clear and simple, the clue to the game is in the title, the whole idea of the game is not to laugh! The youngest player starts, they choose a joke from the top card and read it out, then push the timer on the microphone. The other players have to try their hardest to keep a straight face until the timer finishes. During this time the joke teller can use sound effects from the microphone to catch the other players off guard!
We had great fun learning how to play Don’t Laugh, and the boy was very good at reading the joke cards, choosing one that would make us laugh is the key to the game. We discovered that Dad M not only cheated, but also couldn’t keep a straight face, meaning he was good to score points off. There are additional rules, of pressing one button dependant on the space your playing piece lands on the board. But to be honest, because the buttons on the microphone are small and all the same colour we found it difficult to remember which one was which. It was good fun just looking at Dad M as he tried to keep a straight face!
The winner of the game is the first person to cross the finish line, you score one point for each person you made laugh so the more people who play the quicker the game play is. We would recommend Don’t Laugh for your next kids party, and ages 8-10 will think Don’t Laugh is very funny. With some very funny noises on the electronic microphone including silly voices that sound just like minions!
There were good and bad jokes, and some we just didn’t get, this added to the fun as we had to explain some to the boy. With three jokes to each side of a card, 600 jokes in total should keep you playing for a while. We also thought this would be a great sleepover game. We think the boy would have more fun playing with his friends rather than a grown up family game. Find out more about Drumond Park on Facebook and twitter. Don’t Laugh is available now from retailers and online for RRP £19.99
If you would like the chance to play Don’t laugh with your family and friends, then why not enter your details in my giveaway below.
Don’t Laugh Drumond Park
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Disclaimer we were sent a copy of this game for review, the opinions remain ours and have not been altered.