Thursday, 6 September 2018

Foxy Pants Family Game Review And Giveaway For Drumond Park (Age 4+)

It's September and one of our favourite brands are back with some new games for this Autumn. Foxy Pants from Drumond Park is a great active family game that makes your children squeal with delight and excitement. This is a fox who overfills his pockets and suffers the inevitable consequence. When his pants fall it's your job to grab and save as many of the chickens as you can.... It can get quite frantic.


The game is suitable for 2-4 players aged 4+ and as you'd expect, everything you need is in the box, including 1 fox with pants, 21 chickens, 4 chicken coops, 1 dice and instructions.


There's a little bit of set up placing stickers and working out exactly how the fox and his pants work, so allow 10 minutes before first play. You have to tug the pants out quite hard and it does feel wrong the first time.



Take a couple of minutes to look at the fox and you'll see his arms also open slightly wider, as if he's pretending to be a chicken. This is how you 'prime' him for a new match. Incidentally before you start, the first player to roll a dice is decided by who does the best chicken impression.


When the pants fall they do it rapidly. They are actually triggered by the movement of the fox's head and pulled straight into the body of the fox. It makes you jump every time!


Gameplay is really simple. Throw the dice to see how many chickens you need to place in the fox's pockets. Then give his head a little press downwards. If you are unlucky he'll trigger and the pants will vanish. Chickens fly everywhere. It works incredibly well.


When the chickens escape, you need to grab them with only one hand, and one at a time. The first person to fill their chicken coop with 5 chickens is the winner. It's a very quick game and lasts us around 5 minutes each round - then often another 5 minutes to find a stray chicken that was knocked off the table in the melee!


Noisy and really exciting, Foxy Pants is a hit here and the children especially love it. The 'pants' mechanism works beautifully and catches you out every time, and everyone has a chance of winning.


Foxy Pants is made by Drumond Park and available to buy now, rrp £22.99, from all good games stockists instore and online, including Amazon (aff*). You can find some of my other Drumond Park game reviews here...


Drumond Park have kindly offered a copy of Foxy Pants for one of my readers. Entry to the sweepstake giveaway is by Gleam form below and your details won't be used for anything other than administering this giveaway, including informing the winner.

UK entrants only, the giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 7th October. For full terms and conditions see the bottom of the Gleam form. To find my other UK sweepstake giveaways, please go to my giveaways page. Christmas is looming in the toy industry, and new giveaways will be added every week.

Foxy Pants Family Game Review And Giveaway For Drumond Park (Age 4+)


We were sent our copy of Foxy Pants for review. *Amazon links are affiliate links, which means I earn a chicken feather few pence every time you buy something through my link, but you don't pay any more. 

99 comments:

  1. The Lake District! We visit there regularly!

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  2. Brecon in Wales is a beautiful part of the countryside.

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  3. My mad family would love to play this!

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  4. We have recently had a holiday at Shropshire and it was beautiful but I also agree with others who have said the Lake District as it to is stunning.

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  5. The lake district x

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  6. in the outer hebrides western isles scotland

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  7. Shropshire - although there are so many beautiful places here

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  8. We have some fab views here in Scotland

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  9. Yorkshire. Scotland also has some beautiful countryside.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. We love our beautiful countryside around Shropshire

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  11. I think where we're about to move to - the Chilterns!

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  12. North Yorkshire and the Lake District.

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  13. The Derbyshire Dales, some stunning countryside.

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  14. Love the Yorkshire Dales, my home county xxx

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  15. We really love the Lake District and go at least once eveer year

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  16. Has to be the west lake district, especially ennerdale, mountains all around and only 1 house visible!

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  17. Snowdonia. It’s crazy up there!

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  18. Margaret Clarkson
    After Yorkshire, I think Northumberland is a beautiful part of the country.

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  19. Right here in Lancashire - you've got the Leeds Liverpool canal and so many country parks - easy to forget when they are on our doorstep

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  20. The Lake District is a beautiful part of the country

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  21. I love the Scottish Highlands

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  22. I live in the countryside at West Huntspill in Somerset and it is stunning here!

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  23. Northumberland Moors.

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  24. I love Northumberland for it's rugged landscape and wildlife.

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  25. The New Forest

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  26. I love The Yorkshire Moors for its wild and rugged landscape and the Northumberland Coast for its untouched beaches

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  27. Love The Peak District and Derbyshire, Matlock is lovely

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  28. We love Yorkshire and the Peak District

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  29. lake district

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  30. Devon where I am lucky enough to live.

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  31. Yorkshire countryside is beautiful

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  32. the lake district is beautiful!

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  33. My mum used to live on a farm in North Yorkshire, beautiful place, we really miss it.

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  34. Lancashire, we have lovely countryside and Pendle hill

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  35. Norfolk is a beautiful flat land that always surprises me with its beauty.

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  36. Where my parents live on Dartmoor!

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  37. Dumfries and Galloway has beautiful country side. I quite often see foxes when I'm out a walk

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  38. the coast in Northumberland

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  39. My home county Derbyshire x

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  40. I love both Devon and Cornwall, but the New Forest is beautiful too - so many choices! Oh, and then there's Cumbria!

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  41. Oh gosh, there are so many amazing places to choose from! I think I'd pick Exmoor

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  42. Pauline Burroughs6 October 2018 at 21:23

    You can't get much better than Snowdonia with it's absolutely stunning countryside

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  43. Yorkshire, God's own county

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  44. The gorgeous Lake District! Thanks for the competition.

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  45. Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire

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  46. Wales has some beautiful countryside

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  47. The Lake District is our favourite place to get out in the countryside

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  48. i love the kent countryside as we go to visit my mother in law in the cranbrook area of kent

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  49. The Yorkshire Dales without a doubt

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  50. I absolutely love the Cotswolds, I think they are so absolutely beautiful!

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  51. The stunning lake district. Thanks for the chance to be your lucky winner

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  52. I live in East Sussex and think the South Downs is one of the most beautiful places in the Uk it’s so vast and a lot of it over looking the coast like billing gap and Beachy head beauty spots in their own right

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  53. Yorkshire some lovely countryside

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  54. the Cotswold is a beautiful part of Britain

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  55. I love North Yorkshire, there are some beautiful spots to see wildlife as well as protected areas like Studley deer park

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  56. Pembrokeshire in Wales. It’s truly stunning

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  57. We love Devon and there's a little place called Morwenstowe which provides a lovely relaxing holiday but isn't too far from anything. The bungalow we stayed at was near the sea, so out of one window we could see the countryside (great for walking the dog) and out of the other window at the other end of the room, we had a lovely view towards the sea.

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