Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Crazy Claw Game Review and Giveaway from Drumond Park (2 Winners).

Our latest review and giveaway is for one of our favourite games companies, Drumond Park. Their brand new game Crazy Claw is definitely one of the most active games you'll play. Suitable for 2-4 players aged 5+, this type of frantic game with great props is exactly what will delight most children.


Inside the box is everything you will need, including the actual Crazy Claw 'arcade machine' set up, 12 balls with press-out cardboard prizes and a fantastic grabber, plus instructions.


Crazy Claw arrives flat packed, and it's really quick to set up, although a bit of a faff. Best if there are two of you - one to hold the clear plastic square, and one to slot the sides into the base and pop the lid on. Once together it generally stays, and if it comes off during play then really it had probably got too rough.

My 6 year old was very excited by the sight of Crazy Claw, even before we started...


Included are the press-out cardboard tokens for prizes, which are hidden inside each of the 12 balls. Don't cheat and put your favourite prizes with your favourite colours!


Also included are absolutely tons of stickers! The Crazy Claw arcade machine really comes to life once they've all been added. It takes a while, so for initial set up allow an extra 20 minutes to do a nice job.


Gameplay is super simple. Each player takes a game card with 3 different prizes which you have to try to win by grabbing with the claw. Players take it in turns to use the grabber, while the remaining players all bash on the paddles to make the remaining balls leap about and continuously move.


We've all played with the grabber machines at fairs and amusement parks, but with Crazy Claw you are at least guaranteed to pick up a prize first time! You can't know what prize you'll get, and that's where memory and a degree of luck come in. If the prize matches one on your card then take it and put the empty ball back into the machine. The first person to collect all 3 of the prizes on their game card is the winner.


Gameplay lasts around 20 minutes, to speed up a game or when playing with younger children, you can simply keep empty balls out of the machine, or decide in advance that only collecting 2 or your 3 prizes wins.

My 6 year old especially loves Crazy Claw, and we've played it a few times as a family and all enjoyed it. Definitely best with children, and not one for bedtime or calming down, but great fun and quite rewarding when you get a good bash on a paddle and the balls in the machine fly around inside!

CRAZY CLAW is suitable for for 2-4 players aged 5+ and available now priced rrp £22.99 from all good toy stockists instore and online, including Amazon. Fast, lively and fun, it'll definitely be a hit this Christmas. For more information and to find stockists, see the Drumond Park website.

Drumond Park have 2 fantastic Crazy Claw games to give away to my readers. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below and it will end at midnight on Friday 4th November. UK entrants only please.

For advice about using Gleam or to see my other giveaways, please go to my Giveaways Page...

Crazy Claw Game Giveaway from Drumond Park (2 Winners)


We were sent our copy of Crazy Claw for review.

69 comments:

  1. A merlin pass! For the 4 of us xx

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  2. A wad of cash wouldn't be a bad prize, though I would just be hapy to win a cuddly toy as I have yet to grab one (and I have tried enough times!)

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  3. I would love to find a nice diamond tennis bracelet! Now that would be worth my 20ps!!!!!

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  4. Karen hutchinson4 October 2016 at 21:00

    Pikachu from Pokemon

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  5. dvds would be great for me or maybe a rolex

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  6. I would like to grab a nice iPhone

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  7. The best prize would be a cute my little pony toy.

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  8. A wad of money tried several times but never won -most important ever get are cuddly toys

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  9. A pokemon soft toy is my kids favourite, they can't walk past a machine with Pokemon in. For me it would have to be coffee pods!

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  10. Cash would be the perfect prize in a grabbing machine ;)

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  11. I filled in my commented name as 'biggin hill' my auto fill filled it in & I pressed enter before I had a chance to change it

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    1. No worries Kelly, I see yo and have taken a note. Should it be the winning entry I'll know who you are :)

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  12. I would love a winning a big win scratchcard; or top of the range laptop

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  13. A million pounds would be good, but more realistically, I'd love a really cute Eeyore toy!

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  14. one of Willy Wonka's golden tickets :D

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  15. High street shopping vouchers would be awesome!

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  16. Id love to win a nice wadge of notes but its very unlikely! :)

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  17. An ipad lol but I would settle for a fluffy unicorn :)

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  18. ooo id love there to be a machine full of disney snowglobes! they would probably break but the idea is cool !

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  19. A lovely thick roll of £20 notes haha

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  20. I would love to win this for my children!

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  21. My son loves collecting tickets to exchange for prizes in the arcade. He would love to win a million tickets in a machine, so exciting!

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  22. The key to the claw machines ;-)

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  23. A real diamond ring would be nice...I used to grab lots of the plastic ones when I use to play the arcade grabbers on holidays ;)

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  24. a winning lotery ticket

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  25. Caroline Williams17 October 2016 at 22:13

    Money would be nice :-)

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  26. Disney Tsum Tsums because we collect them

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  27. I would love to find one of the new Furby Connects, they're so cute but so expensive I couldn't justify spending that much on one, so would love to win one instead x

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  28. I would love to find a new phone or the money to buy one :)

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  29. A key for a nice big house. That would be amazing. Realistically a build a bear would be pretty awesome.

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  30. A winning euro million lottery ticket!

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  31. ooohhhh hotel and restaurant vouchers

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  32. Definately a winning Euromillions lottery ticket :-)

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  33. I'd be thrilled to find a top of the range camera.

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  34. A family ticket to Harry Potter World :)

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