King Pong – Review

King Pong is one of the latest games from Drumond Park. Suitable for 2-4 players ages 8+ RRP £24.99. 

The box contains everything you need to set up the King Pong game including 4 sets of 5 coloured balls and the base pyramid with trays. Set up is fairly straightforward, and you will need some space and a waist height table to enjoy playing King Pong. This is defiantly not a sitting down game!


I love the simplicity of the rules for King Pong meaning that once you have set up the game it is ready to go. choose how many players and which coloured ball you want to start with. Portions of the cube can be blocked off for 2 or 3 players. Using only one hand the idea is to bounce the balls through holes in the cube walls and into the other players trays.

Game play may be simple and this added to the fun and giggles. King Pong is a game I can see adults getting competitive over and kids just loving. It turns our that Dad Dragon was a bit to good for me, and the boy. The winner is the one to get rid of all their balls from the tray before the other players. We found a typical game lasted less than five minutes. The game is fast and furious and something that you need some space for as there were balls everywhere!

I am sure King Pong will be a great success over Christmas like previous Drumond Park games and I have one to give away to one of my readers. If you would like the chance to win King Pong to play with your family enter with my Gleam app below:

King Pong

King Pong is available now from toy shops online and from Amazon via my affiliate link below.

Disclaimer, we were asked to review this game and have not received payment for this review.


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  1. I learned to drive when I was 19 and passed on my third attempt! I would encourage my children to pass their tests as soon as they are ready after the ae of 17.

  2. We bought word search over the summer and enjoyed that. Bought crazy claw for my 5 year old niece, such fun. King pong looks fun!

  3. We have started playing the Game of Life this year as the kids are abit older, they love it! Junior Monopoly will be next!

  4. Yes, we got beehive surprise a few months back where you have to take honeycombs from the beehive and hope the bee doesn’t pop forward when it’s your turn, now my sons favourite game!

  5. I passed my test at 18, my Daughter also passed her test at 18 and I would encourage our Grandson, if he was interested in driving to take lessons as soon as old enough to take lessons

  6. Oops sorry could of sworn I’d commented
    We like to play Pickins chickens game and barbecue Party game
    I don’t drive but my daughter will hopefully be driving by next yr

  7. I was 39 when I passed my test! Both my boys are dyspraxic and I will help them learn to drive along with a driving instructor. X

  8. Not tried any new games this year. My grandchildren like to return to old favourites when they come to stay 🙂

  9. me and the kids have enjoyed playing Operation recently! my little lady is just getting into playing games now shes hit 4 which is great for me as i love to play!

  10. We introduced my son to Buckaroo this year. It’s now his favourite game! We love family games on a Sunday evening.

  11. We have bought Monopoly for this year! Now that my son is a little older hopefully he will love it as much as I do!

  12. We haven’t played any new ones, we stick with the classics like scrabble. We do have one that we love playing time and time again called Labyrinth which I haven’t seen in the stores.

  13. yeah we have logo lite, monopoly, pieface, snakes and ladders, scrabble and quite a few others – we often play a board game on a sunday evening

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