Thursday, September 19, 2013

Bugs in the Kitchen - Game Giveaway

I received no product or compensation for this post.  This post is written in partnership with Grand Communications.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

I wanted to share with you a fun and family-friendly game from Ravensburger, the first name in high-quality, beautifully-designed puzzles and playthings, called Bugs in the Kitchen.  For more than 125 years, Ravensburger’s stand-out offerings – from “larger than life” 3D building sets and kid-powered toys, to dazzling puzzles and multi-award-winning games – have helped deliver hours of quality play time.  Bugs in the Kitchen is a perfect addition for your home that would definitely entertain your family over and over again!   
Guide the Bug into Your Trap to Win
There's a bug in the kitchen! Hurry--get rid of it! The "bug" is a battery-operated Hexbug nano that crawls across the 3D game board as players attempt strategic moves to lead it into their traps.  The board features 24 utensils that rotate in place to create paths for the bug. Roll the die to see whether you can turn a fork, knife, or spoon to change the bug's trajectory. Start the bug in the middle of the board and move fast to turn the utensils in a direction that will lure the creeping creature into your snare. Be careful, a wrong move can let the bug escape your trap! Each bug you capture earns you one bug token, and the first player to collect five tokens wins the game.
 The Hexbug® Nano from Innovation First is a micro robotic creature that reacts to its environment and runs on one AA battery (two included). The board can be set up for 2-4 players. The specially included die shows a fork, spoon, knife, or a question mark, telling the player what utensil they can move. Ages 6+, SRP $24.99
 ·         For 2-4 players ages 6 and up
·         Playing time: 15-20 minutes
·         Contains 1 Hexbug® Nano® with 2 batteries
 The game is available at Target stores and online too!
Win It!

One person will win a Bugs in the Kitchen game.

*This is a Rafflecopter giveaway open to residents of the USA.*

a Rafflecopter giveaway

49 comments:

Jenna Wood said...

We'd love the World's Biggest Puzzle

jasmin q said...

The Earth
3D Puzzle Ball

sherylssg said...

I would like the Race to the Roof game.

sflickinger at rocketmail dot com

Heather! said...

I REALLY want the Mandala Designer (Fairy Dreams)!

Mary said...

I like the Girl's Xoomy

ape2016 said...

I would like the Eiffel Tower 3-D puzzle.

april yedinak

suburban prep said...

Harbor in Portofino 2-D puzzle.

Darby Elizabeth said...

worlds biggest puzzle

Nancy said...

I also like their Four First Games Set.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

degood said...

I would like the penguin pile up game.

Anita Yancey said...

I'd like to have the Penguin Pile-Up game. Thanks for this chance.

Sylvia said...

I like the Make 'n' Break game

carolann88fan said...

My son would love this game and it is one we could play with him Make 'n' Break Junior

Theresa said...

This sounds like such a cute game! Though a little creepy lol.

Dorothy Teel said...

I love the water color kits and I would love to have this one for my older granddaughter - Aquarelle Midi: Exotic Birds these kits from Ravensburger are great and would encourage children to learn more art and hands on activities.

c br said...

I like The Jolly Octopus.

aperry said...

Jolly Octopus
back

rubynreba said...

Ronny Rocket

bison61 said...

Kitten in a Basket
2D Puzzles

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

janetfaye said...

I would like Dogs Galore puzzle.


janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

Andrina G said...

I want Snail's Pace Race.

Jennifer T. said...

My kids would like the Jolly Octopus.

Ken Ohl said...

Worlds biggest puzzle

deniseyweesy said...

Levitating magnet!

Niclan80 said...

I would like to have the Enchanted Forest game from Ravensburger.

Natalie Parvis-Nichols said...

I like the Crystal magic science kit. diesel_had_my_baby@yahoo.com

Lana Bradstream said...

Windmill 3D puzzle

lanalbradstream(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jessamine Dungo said...

I'd also like the penguin pile up :)

Sacha Schroeder said...

I love the outdoor designer Flowers & Butterflies.

brandy davis said...

The crystal science magic kit

AmberFaith said...

Four First Games Set

gloria mckellar said...

Twilight New York
2D Puzzles would be great to have!

S C said...

My grandkids would love several of the games, but I think Jungle Jive
would be really fun...and funny.
Sherry Compton
savewish@yahoo.com

Klydra Pugh said...

I'd like the Spices in Stone 2D puzzle.
Thanks for the chance.

Sue Hull said...

I'd love to have the Deco Mandala-Designer Machine. My nieces and I would have so much fun doing this.Thank you :)

Paol Trenny said...

I like the Fairy Dreams Outdoor Mandala

Francine said...

The Earth
3D Puzzle Ball

Cynthia Sizemore said...

I want the 3d tower bridge puzzle

michelleplummer said...

My son would love the 3D puzzle ball

Christine Jessamine said...

I would love the race to the roof

ababe28 said...

Race to the Roof looks like fun.
Ann B.
ababe28 at hotmail dot com

Sara said...

the crystal magic science kit looks like a lot of fun

longsgl said...

Make 'n' Break Party looks fun.

longshaw4735@hotmail.com

Ashley Rexrode said...

The on the farm game looks fun

Ashley turicik on rafflecopter

dawnmonroe83 said...

I like the 2D puzzle twilight new york.

Melinda said...

We'd love to have the 4 First Games set.

michedt said...

I'd like to have the Tower Bridge
3D Puzzle Building 216 Pieces Puzzle.
Michelle Tucker

Tara Carlson said...

Asara looks like a game my family would enjoy playing.

lilyk said...

Aquarelle looks very interesting!