Friday, 17 November 2017

Zing Games Bundle Christmas Present Giveaway For Kids 4+

Zing Games make active family games that will keep everyone awake this Christmas. They have given me two of their new games to give away to one lucky reader - Blast Box and Stik’em. Lively and fast-paced, these are party games everyone can play and if your children are anything like mine, they will love them!


Blast Box (£19.99rrp) is not one for the faint-hearted! Inside the box are a big plastic crate, spinner, hammer, 30 plastic nails (not sharp), a balloon pump and 100 small balloons - plus 20 cardboard fasteners (brilliant because my kids can never manage to tie off balloons themselves). You can see where this is going!


Blast Box really has you on edge! I'm not even scared by small bangs and popping balloons, but when you know it's coming it has the kids squealing with delight! Inflate one balloon per player and put them inside the Blast Box. Use the spinner to determine how many spikes you have to hammer in and off you go. Burst a balloon and you're out!


Blast Box has an accompanying free app. but we haven't yet has chance to try it out and it isn't necessary to gameplay. Each game requires 5 minutes set up and lasts around 15 minutes - longer if you are playing with nervous players! Suitable for 2-4 or more players aged 4+.

Stik’em Game (£14.99rrp) is another lively and fast-paced game. Suitable for 2 or more players aged 4+, although only 4 can play at once. You need the free app to play - unless one player fancies doing the sound effects!


Place all the cards face up on the table, arm yourself with a suction cup stick and listen to the randomly played sounds from the app. Find the correct card and slap it with the suction cup to claim it as your own. There are 4 of each card, so it isn't a fight as much as a contest to see who can look and move quickest!


There are several different games and my boys tried them all, although the Classic is probably the most all-round popular. None of them are tricky or need any time to learn the rules, and the cards are very clear - even younger players won't mistake any of the sounds.


Blast Box and Stik'em are very lively games and ideal for when the younger members of the family need to use up their excess energy. Great fun, well made and very effective.

Blast Box (£19.99rrp) and Stik'em (£14.99rrp) are available to buy now from toy shops instore and online, including Argos, Smyths and Amazon (where they are currently discounted). You can find the entire Zing range on the Zing website.


Zing Games have kindly offered one of my readers both games as a Christmas Present. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. It is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 10th December in time for Christmas delivery. Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form.

If you aren't sure about Gleam forms or want to enter my other Christmas Present Giveaways for books and toys, stationery and games, please go to my Giveaways Page...

Zing Children's Games Bundle Christmas Present Giveaway (4+)

We were sent our games for review and photos.

79 comments:

  1. It has to be KeKer Plunk. My mum really hated the noise of the marbles falling down the tube.

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  2. I used to have a toy robot that annoyed everyone by laughing manically. I loved it though.

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  3. Twister! There would be so much screaming and shouting when my brother & I played. x

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  4. It was a game I think was called Hopping frogs, you pressed them down and when they popped up then you had to catch them. Myslef and my 2 sisters would be running round the room screaming with delight. We loved it but the noise must have driven my mum mad

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  5. Our daughter had a doll that repeated everything it heard.
    That was really annoying. A drumming monkey was probably the worst though.

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  6. Screwball scramble as I would get so loud and frustrated playing it.

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  7. Xylophone drums and guitars --any musical instrument - not great with ALL 9 of us playing at the same time
    No wonder dad has hearing aids now ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    Operation when someone cheated you'd hear a might roar@

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  8. I had a laughing bag that made loads of noise

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  9. Me trying to get the wishbone out the body on the game Operation, the buuzzzzzzz sound used to frightened me!

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  10. Ironically it was Monopoly that annoyed our parents!!! As myself and my three brothers were so competitive there was always lots of shouting going on!

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  11. Hungry hippos... mayhem we caused

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  12. Hungry Hippos thats a noisy game x

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  13. Raised on board games and still enjoying them with the family now!

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  14. speak and spell it had a stupid american accent

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  15. Mouse Trap , I remember many times being told to quieten down we were laughing so much.

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  16. When the kids were little they had this sensory ball thingy that if you touched it it said "I can see you"... it went off in the night once... I was too scared to go and see what it was!!!!

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  17. Mouse trap because it was always too sensitivity and the trap would slam down too early and we'd all argue and moan blaming each other lol

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  18. hungry hippos lots of banging and cheers

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  19. I used to have a little Barking dog. It would drive my parents crazy because it always went off at night and my mum would have to get up and push it off.

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  20. run rabbit run t had a dice thing that made an awful noise

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  21. Operation because I used to throw a tantrum when I lost. That was noisy!

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  22. KerPlunk when you lost your marbles made quite a noise

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  23. Wackamole is fun but we'll too nousy

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  24. Definately Hungry Hippos as it is loud and everyone gets excited playing it

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  25. Operation. That buzzer would drive my Mum insane (especially because we just set it off on purpose instead off playing properly).

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  26. Sidetrack, we were always popping the dice and clicking the board around!

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  27. i used to have a keyboard, i played it all day,,,,,and alllllll night. until my mum killed it (took the batteries out)

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  28. we had the domino one where you set up all the dominos and then knock them down, we used to be screaming as they all fell down

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  29. It wasn't a loud one but my mum hated stretch Armstrong, it burst and ended up everywhere!

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  30. Not so much a game but i had a stylophone that annoyed them

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  31. I agree with others Hungry hippos

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  32. It wasn't a game but I had some balloons in a stocking, they were called rocket balloons...I think. Just long stripy pink ballons, you blue them up with a tube and let them go and they would screech round the room!

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  33. A drum set I loved it although it was bought for my brother, it had mysteriously disappeared by Easter

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  34. My dad would be driven mad by the buzzing from my Operation game

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  35. My mum used to get fed up with me when I played Guess Who - the tap tap tapping of knocking down the stands! haha! :)

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  36. I'm not sure. Maybe Kerplunk. I think my parents went out of their way to avoid buying us noisy toys.

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  37. Definately a toy drum someone bought my son, needlessly to say it vanished overnight.

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  38. Probably playing my recorder!!

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  39. My loudest was probably Bop-it and I loved it!

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  40. Has to be Operation that beeping drove my family mad!

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  41. Hungry hungry hippos.....so loud!!

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  42. Dean T (ribbons1978)9 December 2017 at 01:59

    Was an old Transformers battery operated Galvatron, very loud

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  43. Hungry Hippo's. The noise and the balls all leaping out of the middle x

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  44. Has to be snap, my sons also had a football table that got on my nerves

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  45. buckeroo cus i used to scream every time it jumped!

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  46. monopoly me and my sisters who ever was banker was always accused of cheating never ever finished that game

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  47. My game boy . Was always being told to turn the sound off lol

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  48. A kermit the frog game that you had to fire counters in to it's mouth.

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  49. Snap for us too..had to shout really loud!

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  50. Can't remember the name of it, but it was a kind of Ludo with a dice inside a popping plastic dome. We used to play as fast as possible and the incessant popping noise drove our mum mad.

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  51. haha it was bop-it. mum hated it as we would argue

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  52. I cant remember a toy being noisy but my mum did hide one of cds after playing it over and over again

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