Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Snot it! Family Game Review and Christmas Present Giveaway Age 6+ (sent for review)

My first Christmas Present Giveaway is Snot It, which has been sent to us by KD Games to review. Suitable for 2 to 4 players aged 6+, this is a very funny family game which really made us laugh and is not quite as disgusting as I expected!


Inside the box are 4 pairs of special glasses with noses, 4 sticky snots, 1 spinner, 30 boogers and a booger bowl which has a timer in the base. No batteries required, the box and plastic packaging is easy to open, plus you can store everything in the box afterwards - Christmas morning friendly.


Initial set up takes only 5 minutes to construct the glasses and insert the snots. The snots are made from that gooey-feeling, sticky sort of rubbery plastic and one end is poked into the bottom of the fake nose.


The glasses are good. They're quite small, but open wide, so work for all of our head sizes very well and are surprisingly comfortable - even with dangling snot.

The aim of the game is to be the first player to collect 10 boogers. You win boogers by spinning the spinner and gathering the correct coloured boogers on your snot, without using your hands.


The 'boogers' come in 3 different colours and surprisingly my colourblind boys can see them all, so that's a win. Place all of the boogers in the bowl, spin the spinner, wind the bowl 3 times counter-clockwise to set the timer and then try to collect the right boogers. It looks hilarious.


If you collect the boogers shown on the spinner, you keep them all. Collect the wrong boogers and you have to return them. If you collect a purple booger then the first player to shout "Snot it", wins it and adds it to their total.


Each game only takes around 15 minutes, so you don't need to commit very much time. It's quick to get out and put away, and makes a great 'warm up' or 'fill 10 minutes' game and is ideal for children. It's actually quite compact during play, although quite loud at times! We enjoyed it far more than expected and the boys have already brought it out a couple of times to play again.

Snot It is available to buy now priced £19.99rrp from all good toy and game shops, including online at Amazon (*aff) - where it is reduced at the time of typing to less than half price!



KD Games have also offered a copy of Snot It as a Christmas Present for one of my readers. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. No entries are mandatory, but each extra task performed earns and extra entry into the random draw. Your personal information will ONLY be used to administrate this giveaway - in fact I'll only look at it if you win!

You can find a link to help with Gleam forms and see my other Christmas Present Giveaways here... Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will close at midnight Sunday 2nd December for Christmas delivery.

Snot it! Family Game Christmas Present Giveaway Age 6+

We were sent our copy of Snot It for review. *Amazon links are affiliate, which means I earn a few pence as a thank you for my time if you order through my link, but you don't pay any extra. It helps keep the website running. I was not paid to run this giveaway.

96 comments:

  1. christmas is still my favourite esp whilst the kids are young, so magical x

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  2. I love all the Autumn/Winter celebtrations - Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas! We decorate our home with Halloween decorations and Christmas decorations and we set off fireworks on Bonfire night!

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  3. I look forward to Christmas the most.

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  4. I most look forward to our summer holiday

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  5. I like Christmas the best as I can get warm and cosy at home and enjoy some family time.

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  6. Christmas is my fave, I love it and look forward to December.

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  7. Christmas is always my favourite holiday season as it's just so exciting and full of surprises x

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  8. I always look forward to Christmas most, it's my favourite time of year.

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  9. I always look forwards to Christmas.

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  10. For myself personally it has to be Christmas it is such a fun time for me to enjoy with my family

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  11. Christmas as family get so excited

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  12. I love the summer holidays - its nice to get away with the family and get some sunshine!

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  13. Christmas - our family is hugh an it's the only time we're likely to get together

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  14. Christmas as its when I become the most creative around the house, however I have to start in mid November to get the whole house ready!

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  15. I look forward to Halloween the most, I love all the decorations and costumes!

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  16. I love Christmas even more so since having children of my own

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  17. i love halloween its my favoute time of year

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  18. I look forward to Christmas and pretty much start shopping in January and preparing all year long so that it is as stress-free as much as possible.

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  19. I just love Christmas as I get to see family and friends I haven't seen since last Christmas.

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  20. Nothing beats Christmas- i love it !

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  21. New year. I get to catch up with all my old school friends!

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  22. Has to be christmas, we love it in our family

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  23. Christmas it's so magical with the kids

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  24. Christmas for baileys, pressies & family time

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  25. christmas as i'm off work for a change and can spend time with my family

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  26. has to be chrstmas, even in my 40's I still feel like a little kid haha

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  27. Would love to win this Im always looking for new games to play with my 2 stepdaughters and they would both love this one

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  28. I absolutely love Christmas! The music, christmas lights, yummy food. It makes me so happy!

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  29. Christmas is a time when I get to see all my family so it has to be Christmas

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  30. It has to be Christmas spent with the family

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  31. For me, New Year is very meaningful, I always reflect and try to step into the coming new year with a positve and passionate attitude....x

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  32. Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without
    A nagging child or two,
    Can I have this Nerf Gun mum,
    Or a trip to Timbucktoo?!

    Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without
    A sumptuous feast or five,
    The diet starts the New Year Friend,
    You say, as you see your thighs

    Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without
    Family near and dear,
    You love them all,
    And work so hard,
    To bring them Christmas cheer!

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  33. Christmas is the No1 Event of the year

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  34. I love Christmas as its lovely spending so much time together with my husband, my boys and my parents x

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  35. Christmas for me I have one little grandson and just love to see his little face light up with all the magic of it

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  36. Oh has to be Christmas I love it

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  37. I love the family festive atmosphere of Christmas

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  38. Has to be Christmas it's just magical I love it

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  39. Easter is an excuse to eat yourself daft with chocolate and not feel guilty - what's not to love!?!!

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  40. I do love Christmas as its jyst do magical! For me, it's a wonderful time of the year to get together with family and also see in my hubby's birthday as its on Christmas day too!

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  41. Christmas definitely I love the build all the magic and excitement from the kids

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  42. I look forward to summer and festival season as I love to attend family friendly music festivals with my daughter.

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  43. I look forward to Christmas the most, I'm excited for Christmas before Halloween and Bonfire Night!

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  44. Christmas. I love seeing my nephews and nieces getting excited.

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  45. We look christmas -the decorations, the presents, panto and our mini break between xmas and new year

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  46. I look forward to Christmas the most because I get to enjoy the magic of it through the eyes of my Grandchildren

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  47. Christmas, it means all of my family are off work and school all at the same time

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  48. I have always loved christmas the most

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  49. Christmas as i get to spoil my nephews

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  50. For me it is a toss up between Halloween and Christmas oh and valentines day because it's my sons birthday!

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  51. Definitely Christmas as my kids are young and still believe in all the magic, I still remember how exciting it was when I was a child

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  52. I've written this post on Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas are coming up. What is the annual holiday or event you look forward to the most? . . . . . .definitelt Christmas

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  53. Michelle Ferguson25 November 2018 at 13:47

    Christmas is my favourite

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  54. I'm looking forward to Christmas this year as I'm not working on it for a change.

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  55. definitely Christmas i'm a little obsessed with it

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  56. I look forward to Halloween as i love dressing the little ones up in their sary costumes and taking them trick or treating.

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  57. It is Christmas for me and I gather things all year for us to enjoy at this special time!

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  58. I love Christmas - all the build-up and the actual day itself

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  59. Christmas, I love the lead up to Christmas, the kids excitement, doing Christmas crafts.

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  60. Has to be Christmas, it's so lovely to see my kids excited and for us to spend quality time as a family

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  61. Christmas is undoubtedly mine :) I am such a big kid and I LOVE Christmas

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  62. It has to be Christmas - We love it

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  63. I just LOVE Christmas...it really is the most wonderful time of the year. Our Elf arrived this morning and our son is just thrilled.

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  64. Although I enjoy all of the holidays, Christmas is my definite favourite. The preparations and build up to Christmas are so much fun.

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  65. Christmas, its more of a family get together

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  66. i love bonfire night, my eldest daughter is a bonfire baby, i went to a bonfire the week before she was due and it was in the middle of a massive park, and there was no parking, we had to walk for over an hour to get to the fire, and then back again, i went into labour the next day, convincd it was the walking that did it, now shes 7, we go to a bonfire every year and she is convinced the fireworks are her birthday celebrations. my youngest is a xmas baby (28th) so that is a special time for us too

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  67. The summer holiday is my favourite event each year and one that I look forward to.

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  68. I love the New Year, it is a wonderful way of putting things in the past where it belongs and look forward to all the new stuff coming in the next year

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  69. Christmas! More the run up to it than the day itself, a whole month of magic

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  70. Definitely Christmas I just love spending time with my family and just having fun altogether.

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  71. Hogmanay as we have our friends come visit us at the farm for a night of celebration.

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  72. I'm most looking forward to Christmas to spend lots of time with my family!

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  73. Im looking forward to Christmas the most

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  74. christmas love the time with my son

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  75. Christmas definitely but also Halloween, I love them both in equal measures.

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  76. Definitely Christmas as our youngest is on the spectrum and terrified of fireworks and the dog too so it's a lot crazier and upsetting whereas Christmas is fun for all.

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  77. Christmas is my most favourite time of the year.

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  78. I personally love Christmas, I love the build up and love Christmas eve but my 3 boys love Halloween and to them Halloween is their Christmas so its a busy couple of months with also 2 birthdays between this aswell

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  79. Christmas but feels bad this yr as too many family members have died but my 5 kids keep me going

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