Batman Edition Rory’s Story Cubes – Review

Batman Edition of Rory’s Story Cubes are a great new edition to the range. Rory’s Story cubes were the first game we ever reviewed so will always have a place in our family. Suitable for one or more players, aged 6+ RRP £11.99.

The Batman edition was an instant hit, and perfect for a little in pocket game, on a family holiday or a day out. The boy wanted to try out the Batman Edition as soon as he saw the delivery arrive. There is minimal packaging and no rules as such. The idea is simple, just throw the dice and make a story with the facing pictures. There is a leaflet with descriptions of the dice illustrations, but as with all the Rory’s Story cubes its all about making up an exciting story.

batman edition

The box contains 9 pictured dice with a neat plastic case to keep them in. We found you can easily play with your Batman edition dice in the car as you can shake and replace in the case. Mixing the Batman dice in with other editions means there are endless story possibilities. The simplest ideas are often the most fun, and I even young children would enjoy making their own games up using the Batman dice.

batman edition story cubes

I love that the boy had different ideas of how to fit the dice illustrations into his action packed Batman inspired story. You don’t have to be a fan of Batman to enjoy making up stories. The boy enjoyed making up the names for the villains, and we all had a laugh making up stories. The Batman Edition is the perfect way to improve vocabulary even in the most reluctant reader or storyteller.

batman edition cubes

We loved this edition of Rory’s Story Cubes, and think it will be a great addition to the range available on their website. Have a look for the new Moomin edition too, perfect for fairy-tale stories.

For your chance to win these Batman edition Rory’s story cubes enter below with Gleam.
Batman edition Rory’s Story Cubes


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  1. My favourite books as a child were the wonderful stories by Roald Dahl.
    As an adult I adore the Harry Potter series.
    Dahl & Rowling, both wonderful storytellers who created entire worlds in which to immerse yourself.

  2. I Loved the Harry Potter books as a kids, still love them now, and the films. Just started reading the new one 🙂

  3. I love the Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I’ve read it multiple times and am looking forward to reading it to my daughter.

  4. My fave is ‘Alice in Wonderland’ but my little fella is just starting to get heavily into his Superheroes.

  5. I have a soft spot for James Herriot’s books, especially It Shouldn’t Happen to a Vet. A really good read for children.

  6. So many. I recently read Me Before you (yes late to the party) and enjoyed that. The Gruffalo when reading to my children.

  7. I love Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda, they are my favourites. I think these story cubes are a fab idea 🙂

  8. How is it even possible to select a favourite book? The best I can do is tell you which is my current favourite, it changes frequently, depends how much money I have really… My current favourite is a book called The Damage Done by Warren Fellows. It’s the (true) story of a man who is caught smuggling drugs and his subsequent imprisonment, along the same lines as Midnight Express, with less Cat-murdering.

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