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I know it’s only fall, but where I live, we’ve already been seeing cold temperatures and some snow. And if you’ve followed me for a while, you probably know I hate the cold. With three rambunctious kids, this is the time of the year that drags. It’s so cold out, that we’re stuck inside more often then not. We have been trying bits of everything to stay busy, but more recently, we’ve turned to Goliath Games to keep us entertained and busy. If you’re not familiar with Goliath Games, you should seriously check out their website to see a full list of family and kid games, activity sets, and sports and outdoor games. Goliath Games has been around since 1980 and are still some the few remaining family-owned businesses. Over the years, Goliath Games has created family favorite games like; Pop the Pig, Doggie Doo, Gooey Looey, Robofish, Domino Rally, and so many more!We got a chance to play some of their more recent games like; Shark Bite, Catch the Fox, and Googly Eyes. All three of these games were fun for my all my kids, even my youngest, three year old, participated. If you haven’t heard of these games, let me tell you a little more about them in the order we played them.
Shark Bite was the game that my kids really loved! This game can be played with 2-4 players and involves going fishing. Each player takes a turn at grabbing either one or two fish and when the shark jumps, you’re dinner! Shark Bite had my children rolling in laughter because we never knew who the shark would jump up on.
Shark Bite is a fun family game that doesn’t require batteries and is fun for all ages!
Catch the Fox
Catch the Fox was a game that kind of reminded me of the classic, Pop the Pig game. In this game, 2-4 players take turns stuffing chickens into the fox’s pants. Whenever the fox’s pants get too full, the pants will fall down and the chickens will come out. In Catch the Fox, players press down on the fox’s head every time they add more chickens to his pants. Catch the Fox was so much fun for the family and everything was pretty easy to put together. Like Shark Bite, Catch the Fox does not require batteries and is ready to play, anywhere you are.
Googly Eyes is a game that is better played with children 7 years and older. This game is like the classic Pictionary game, except, while drawing, you have to wear googly eye glasses and teams are trying to make it to the end of the board. Googly Eyes was a game my oldest and I loved. Trying to draw with googly eyes and not being able to see was more than a challenge than we thought. This game lasted the longest of these three games, but is too advanced for younger children to fully enjoy.
Overall, we had so much fun playing Goliath Games; we even brought them out during our holiday festivities. Goliath Games bring back classic family fun and encourages families to spend time together.
If you’re looking for a great Christmas gift this season, I am recommending Goliath Games on my 2017 Hot Holiday Gift Guide.