Fans of the original Logo series can rejoice as a new and exciting game from Drumond Park has been launched – Logo Lite!
Allowing you to use the new 264 cards in the original Logo game, there are so many ways you can play and have fun this festive season.
The aim of Logo Lite is to fill up your disc holder with the six different coloured Disks, sounds easy right? Think again! Take a look at what happened when UTCT played this game.
Suitable for ages 12 years and up and requires a minimum of 2 players and a maximum of four, so Holly, Elaine, Mandy and Katy all asked to play the game. To begin with we assembled the spinner and arrow, joined the Disc Holder Quadrants and placed the Spinner Card in the centre of the Disc Holder Quadrants, all of which was easy to do as the instructions were very clear, phew!
Each of the players were given a set of six different coloured Discs, there are orange, red, green, yellow and blue to choose from. The youngest player went first which in this case was Mandy and the person to her left which was Holly was the Question Master (QM) and took the first card from the curved end of the tray. The question was a theme card and after answering correctly Mandy was then able to spin the spinner and place the coloured disc that matched the colour that she had spun into her Disc Holder.
Landing on a green place, Mandy was able to move onto the next question which was answered incorrectly, the turn then passed over to the player on her right which was Elaine, who correctly answered the question and took a bonus spin – Lucky!. The remaining questions were asked to Mandy and again when it was answered incorrectly moved to the next person until the correct answer was given
Once Mandy had finished it was Holly’s turn to answer the questions, so the person to her left, Katy, became the Question Master. Picking a card from the end of the tray, Holly attempted to answer all of the questions correctly and get to spin the Spinner, however after spinning onto the same colour twice, she could not put that coloured Disc onto her Disc Holder. The game continued until the first player managed to get all six different Discs in the holder, however this wasn’t easy, as the more filled our Disc Holder became with coloured Discs the harder it was to get the right colour on the Spinner!
Elaine became the overall winner after answering all of her questions correctly and getting all six of the different coloured Discs into the Disc Holder.
Overall we thought the game was a lot of fun however when we landed on the spinner and on the colour that we already had, it was a bit frustrating! An ideal after Christmas dinner party game for adults and children aged 12 and over.
You can buy Drumond Park Logo Lite for around £19.99 at Argos
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