What do you really know about the stuff you eat? Put your knowledge to the test with Drumond Park Logo The Best of Food board game.
Fortunately, we were sent Drumond Park’s The Best of Food Board Game and when all the family gathered around to play the game we were amazed at what we did know and how much we really didn’t know about the stuff we eat.
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Elaine said: “Once I’d opened the box I was met by the board game and quickly removed the wrapping from the Best of Food circular board game and laid it on the table. This is a game for two teams aged 12+
Inside the strong, well-decorated box we came across 2 packs of cards, one was an action card and the other showed four individual food images, everything we needed to play the game.
Once we unfolded the board we placed the Question cards box next to the board and gave each team a set of Action Cards. Each team selected a playing piece and put this one the START space and gave each team a set of Action Cards which we could play each card once during the game, This included the Take-Away Card, Reduced Calorie Card and Mouthful Card. A nominated Question Master from each team then asks the opposite team the first question and when the team guessed it right, we were able to move on and answer another question from the card and again if we guessed right, we could move around the board.
Once either team had answered the fourth question right, then that meant that teams turn was over and the card is put into the other end of the tray. We went around the board answering questions to try and end up in the Winning Zone. Once one of the teams had ended up in the Winning Zone after playing the game, then it was time for them so answer consecutive questions or a RED question to win, which they answered a RED question and won the game. Overall I thought the game was a lot of fun, educational and provided quite a lot of laughter.”
Will you be able to answer each of the 4 questions? Each has a different coloured square, Purple, then Green, Yellow and Red that relate to the coloured spaces on the board. Find out more information over at Drumond Park.