We are teaming up with Wicked Uncle to giveaway one #UpsideDownChallenge Game to one of our readers. The Upside Down Challenge Game is a huge hit in our house-it’s really good fun to play. Read on to find out more and for a chance to win the #UpsideDownChallenge Game from Wicked Uncle.
The #UpsideDownChallenge Game from Wicked Uncle
When the world is flipped upside down, easy tasks become a real challenge!
You’ll be amazed how difficult even the simplest tasks become when you put on these special goggles, with an adjustable strap. With your vision flipped upside down, compete to do the 100 ‘easy’ drawing and activity challenges, like putting a top on a pen, giving a high five or even just writing your name! And when you try ‘simply’ pouring water from one bottle into another, things are going to get very messy and very funny! Sure to get you and your friends laughing out loud, absolutely brilliant!
What’s in the Box?
- 1x Pair of Upside Down Glasses,
- 32x Drawing & action Cards,
- 1x explanation card,
- 1x hourglass,
- 36x tokens
You will also need:
- 3 cardboard rolls (empty toilet rolls of the same height and weight)
- 1 pen with a lid
- 1 teaspoon
- 2 beakers
- 1 bowl
- Some water
2 – 6 players. This game is suitable for children age: 7+. Game can be completed in approx 20 minutes.
How to Play the Upside Down Challenge Game
The Upside Down Challenge is a simple concept. All you have to do is complete a range of tasks such as drawing a house or writing your name. This sounds so easy. However, the challenge is that the world appears upside down and makes even the simplest tasks seem impossible! Good luck!
Our Thoughts on the #UpsideDownChallenge Game from Wicked Uncle
I hadn’t heard of the #UpsideDownChallenge Game before it was sent to us for review. I imagined it would be complicated like Twister. When the game arrived I discovered it comes with a special pair of goggles to make everything appear upside down- no need for standing on your head or other complicated gymnastics at all-phew!
We discovered that the game didn’t need batteries but we did need a number of extra items ready to play the game. We made this part of the game- a quick scavenger hunt. However, I’d advise you to get these bits ready and to keep the ones you can in the box ready at all times. The kids bought some worse-for-wear squashed toilet rolls from the recycling but if we’d been prepared we could have saved four from the recycling!
Once we started playing the game was hilarious. It’s so funny watching other players try to complete challenges “upside down”. It’s equally funny during your own turn. I was in hysterics trying to complete my tasks- without much success.
I also love that it’s a game that all ages have an equal chance of competing against each other. It’s suitable for ages 7+ but could be adapted for younger kids and suitable for them as long as supervised. It’s a great game for all the family to play together.
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Watch the video below to how much fun the game is:
Win the #UpsideDownChallenge Game from Wicked Uncle
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