Monday, 11 November 2013

Logo Billionaire from Drumond Park Games

Logo Billionaire from Drumond Park is a real fun game that is ideal for adults and older children to play together. Based mainly on chance, the game is played by 2-6 players and is recommended for adults and young people aged 8+.


There are 2 different ways to play and it's recommended that you start with 'The Apprentice Version', which sees you move your counter around the board adding different brands to your business, then launching them as companies and trying to make as much money as you can. The companies are in 6 different sectors - cars, snacks, chilled, grocery, home and sweets.


You can exchange companies with other players providing you land on the correct square, and as you can see their cards, you can help to make or break their entire business depending on your actions.

When you launch a company you take as many risk cards as you dare from an upturned pile - hoping that you make lots of money and don't go bust!


Once you get used to the game you can move to The Executive Version with some different rules and gameplay. You can now forcibly take over your opponents companies and bid at auction and another risk factor is introduced - wild card Newsflashes. This version is far more cut-throat and you can lose everything you have very suddenly with the turn of a card. It's full of tension and in our case pleading!


We've had a great time playing this game when the little ones are in bed. It's lovely playing games with our teenagers as a family, there's a lot of chatter and laughter and it really brings us all together. Everyone really enjoyed playing Logo Billionaire - even if some of them are too chicken to play The Executive Version again!


Logo Billionaire has an RRP of £24.99 and is available, as are all Drumond park games, from a range of stockists including larger toy shops, supermarkets, Argos and Debenhams.

Drumond park have kindly allowed me to give away a Logo Billionaire game to one of my readers. Entry is by Rafflecopter below...

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115 comments:

  1. Everything!! lol Starting with a new laptop....hehehe x

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  2. A private island somewhere hot to escape to when I need a break!

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  3. I would buy some kind of huge enormous building to turn into a foster home/school for kids with crappy backgrounds. I decided that when I was about seven.

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  4. I'd share the wealth with family and then I'd have a house built for me, hubby and our two kids. Maybe I'd get a sewing machine too, I have been wanting one for a while :)

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  5. Hm I would enlarge the company and hire staff so I can spend more time with the lo!

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  6. Health and security for everyone I cared about.

    Harley Richardson x

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  7. Just a house big enough so the children could have their own rooms

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  8. Oh I don't know! The usual I suppose a house, nice clothes, jewellery, a big family holiday oh and a boat, of course!

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  9. I new house would be the top of my wish list need a bigger one, but I would also invest some in something like a day nursery

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  10. I'd buy a sledgehammer! It would give me such pleasure to finally be rid of our fireplace, even if I didn't need to stay in the house anymore!

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  11. I would spend one month in every country in the world. There are 196 countries so this would take just over 16 years ;)

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  12. I'd buy lots of shoes :) Looks like a great game for all the family to enjoy!

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  13. Look after family and friends then have a ball! Build a house to our specifications somewhere warm with a seaview. Back to reality!

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  14. I would start with a new house and holiday

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  15. I'd start with a house and an alll inclusive month holiday for me and my family :)

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  16. I would buy an orphanage and some water wells to be built in the poorest parts of the World.

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  17. I would build the house of my dreams and put money in trust for my kids

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  18. A castle with a moat to keep the in laws out ;-)

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  19. I would build my dream house and a houses for my family :)

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  20. A travel company and an airline, to both be at my beck and call whenever I fancied a holiday!

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  21. A Caribbean island I think, just for me (the kids & OH can live on the neighbouring one lol!)

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  22. A long list of things . a posh house, some ultra expensive shoes and hangbag to match ...

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  23. I'd buy my mam a lovely house.

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  24. I wouldn't know what to do with it all but definitely a new house & lots of holidays!

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  25. Pay off the mortgage and have some wonderful holidays without a care in the world!

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  26. A nice house and an excellent supply of knitting stuff :)

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  27. Buy Bury Football Club and win the Premiership!

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  28. The House Taylor Swift grew up in, it's currently on the market for 3mil and it's beautiful

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  29. a new large house and holiday

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  30. A country estate with huge grounds. And I'd employ people to take care of it all!

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  31. A house on the outskirts of London.

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  32. A new house and car and a big family holiday!

    Ashleigh

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  33. A huge house with a swimming pool and an annex for the kids to live in :D

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  34. A house in the country and a couple of larger family cars

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  35. a country ranch, treat the family and lots to go to Charity.

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  36. Businesses & properties to make even more money :)

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  37. I'd buy a new house and a new car.

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  38. To be honest, a decent car that doesnt leak oil right now!!! Grr x

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  39. A new house for me, financial security for family - world cruise - and help my local hospice charity.

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  40. a factory to employ youngsters to help make green friendly products

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  41. I wouldn't know where to start!
    Not true. I'd pay off all the debts for myself, my partner & my family. Then a nice house. I'd probably find myself buying an animal sanctuary in the end.

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  42. i would buy a big house where all the family could live

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  43. christine shelley28 November 2013 at 12:48

    My own yacht and villa

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  44. a lovely house

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  45. a nice house with a big garen so the kids could have a trampoline

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  46. A massive house with gym and swimming pool, new car, holiday to Disneyland Florida and Mauritius

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  47. Houses, Cars, Holidays, EVERYTHING! :) xxx

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  48. A little cottage and some land for lots of animals.

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  49. A new house with 4 bedrooms, and id fill the spare one with as much craft stuff as I could find space for

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  50. A house in sunnier climates, and a Ipad, and maybe a car

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  51. Houses and holidays for my nearest and dearest (and myself :-) ) x

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  52. Ha ha! Could you ever actually spend it? But it would be lovely to go shopping for everyone wouldn't it? New cars - whichever you want, mortgage? what mortgage...!

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  53. I would buy an island for myself, new car, would make sure family were secure and comfortable, and give the interest accrued to local projects in my area

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  54. rachejones@rocketmail.com1 December 2013 at 18:16

    i would buy a house in the country for my family , id buy a boat for my dad too

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  55. a large house for me and for my close family!

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  56. An entire street for me and my family and friends to live in, in Cornwall!

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  57. would share it and give lots away would love enough money to be a philanthropist

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  58. Apple computers because after that I could buy what I like!

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  59. I would buy a huge plot of land and build a very small estate just for me and my family to live on. :)

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  60. Hmm some kind of business ;)

    @jamiecomps

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  61. The first thing I'd buy if I had £1bn would be a passport.

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  62. I would buy my friends and family everything that their hearts desired. But you would have to be tactical with how you use the money and make sure that people are truly happy with what you give them.

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  63. I would buy a huge house with plenty of land, some horses, a nice car... what wouldn't I buy? x

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  64. Id buy the supermarket I work in then I could just sit home and watch the pennies roll in instead of working the checkouts

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  65. A tropical island sounds nice

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  66. I would like to buy some land where I would build a village for me and friends to live in, grow our own food and survive a zombie apocalypse

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  67. Obvious things like a larger house, new car and a couple of good holidays. With four children, it would be fantastic to know that we could set them up for life, although I wouldn't want them to think they don't have to work for a living. A huge chunk of the money would also go to family and friends and to the charities that I currently support.

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  68. I would donate some to charity and buy my family a nice new home :)

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  69. an island to live on peacefully

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  70. I would buy an amazing villa in florida, shares in Disney/pixar, a private jet, and lots of property to rent out to friends and family for next to nothing! :D

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  71. I'd buy a nice house so we didn't have to rent anymore x

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  72. A farmhouse with lots of land so I could have lots of rescue animals of all shapes and sizes <3

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  73. A rescue centre for battery chickens

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  74. Nice family home, and would share money with family and people that need them.

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  75. For starters i would finnish work and then i would have the luxary of deciding what and where i wanted to do

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  76. Id buy a farm with lots of animals-I love my job as a nurse so wouldnt give it up all together but would perhaps go down to 1 day a week voluntary! Lots of holiday xx

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  77. I'd start with a new house and get a cleaner :)

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  78. A farm and a cleaner and many, many sparkly things!

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  79. Nicolette Walker2 December 2013 at 14:00

    The first thing I'd buy would be a house

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  80. I'd buy an island where my family and closest friends could all live a life of luxury! xx

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  81. I would buy a helicopter so I could see my family more often.

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  82. a house with loads of land, and a bulldog to start with :)

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  83. I could splurge but id pay off my mum and brothers mortage and then buy the rest of us a house and know i dont have to cry everytime a bill comes in :D

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