Og on the Bog is the latest game to be released from Drumond Park and it’s another guaranteed winner from this popular games manufacturer. We were kindly sent this to review.
Og the ogre has headed out to his outhouse loo and from the noises emanating from his direction there could well have been a curry for dinner the previous day!
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Get ready for some disgusting farts and gruesome grunts as Og remains in his bog – but don’t get too close, as with one humongous fart he can blow his outhouse to bits.
Drumond Park have a definite winner on their hands with this electronic game! Will parents like it – possibly not? Will kids age 5 and over like it – LIKE IT? They’ll absolutely love it!
Og on the Bog appeals to everything that makes kids laugh and not just a little snigger behind their hands, they’re going to laugh till they cry! (at least the big kids age 20+ at underthechristmastree did).
As with all Drumond Park games the rules are simplicity themselves and in no time at all kids will have Og triumphantly sitting on his bog and ready to begin the game. The aim of the game is to be first to collect 4 loo rolls from the gnarly stick outside Og’s bog.
Inside the box you’ll find a hexagonal card with a spinable tree stump arrow fixed to the centre. Spin the arrow and depending on which of the 6 images you land on, you must make the relevant move. If you’re very lucky and land on a green tick then you can try to steal a loo roll from the pole.
Og’s very fussy about his loo rolls – not just the basic white variety for this gentleman, oh no!, he obviously prefers the light blush pink type – possibly because it’s a good match to the colour of his loo seat.
Og is always listening closely for any noises or movements and if he hears anyone trying to pinch one of his loo rolls he’ll say something – if he does, run away as fast as you can. If he’s still grunting and farting then he’s not heard you and you can pinch one of his loo rolls from the pole, however, you’ll need a steady hand, because if he makes another noise your turn is over but if he continues making his own disgusting noises then you can grab the roll and you’re safe!
Once all the loo rolls have been carefully collected the game is over? – Not quite! If Og lets rip with a monster fart that explodes the bog, the players must put 2 loo rolls back on the gnarly pole and put his bog back together before the game can continue.
This action and reflex game is so much fun, and the electronic sound effects add an extra hilarious dimension to it that kids are going to love. The game does require 3 x AA batteries and we’d advise having a few spares on hand as this is one game that won’t be gathering dust at the back of the cupboard.
OK, we agree it’s disgusting but we’re adults and of course we’d think that, but OG on the Bog is an outrageous game that will appeal to every child’s sense of humour and every parent’s inner child. Would we buy it? Do hens lay eggs? – Of course we would!
If you want to ensure loads of laughs this Christmas then this family board game will have even the scrooge-est of all people chuckling.
You can buy Og on the Bog game for around £22.99 from Amazon UK
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