Thursday, 3 October 2019

Bank Attack! Electronic Family Game Giveaway with John Adams Toys

One of the best games we've reviewed this year is Bank Attack! and I'm delighted to have a copy to give away to one of my readers.

Bank Attack! is a cooperative game where 2- 4 players aged around 7+ take the roles of a safe-breaking gang. Work together against the clock in order to steal the cash and if you beat the safe, you bag the gold bullion....

Bank Attack Family Game box (Age 7+) Sent by John Adams Toys

You can play almost instantly and there are no tricky rules to learn. Players work as a team with everyone taking a role. Then you all have to correctly and quickly follow the instructions given to you by The Boss.

The box contents for Bank Attack! laid out on table

Instructions take the form of actions including Grab, Pass, Use or Collect. The actions are carried out using a set of miniature tools and accessories which any self-respecting bank robber would carry - headset, torch etc. Players have to carry out their tasks as quickly as possible to beat the timer, open the safe and win the loot!

Players all work as a team and support each other, so younger or slower players don't don't have a noticeable disadvantage, and the adults in our house like playing this just as much as the children - it's been a real crowd-pleaser.

Bank Attack! is plated sitting around a table, but you have to move your hands fast and it can get pretty fast and furious at times, especially towards the end when the beeper is going more quickly and increasing the tension!

We have really enjoyed playing Bank Attack!, and you can find my full review here.

People playing Bank Attack! game

Bank Attack! is available to buy now priced £24.99rrp from all good games stockists (including Amazon - affiliate link below) and John Adams Toys have a copy to give away to one of my readers.


To enter the giveaway please use the Gleam form below. No entries are mandatory, but each extra task completed earns more entries into the random draw. If you are new to Gleam then there a link to help, as well as my other Giveaways here...

The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will close at midnight Sunday November 3rd.

Bank Attack! Electronic Safe-Cracking Game Giveaway (age 7+) with John Adams



We were sent our copy of Bank Attack! by John Adams Toys for review. Amazon links are affiliate, which earns me a few pence if anyone ever buys through my link, but costs you nothing. It helps keep the website running.

88 comments:

  1. Deed to my home and stock certificates.

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  2. My will and power of attorney documents

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  3. my usb stick with photos on

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  4. Robert Mark Ward4 October 2019 at 05:31

    An old boss of mine had a safe inherited from his father but no key. When he got a locksmith to open it, there was a pack of hacksaw blades inside :(

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  5. I would store things such a passports and important documents

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  6. House deeds, a gold watch chain and precious photos

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  7. my special family photos that cant be replaced

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  8. Old family photos and a little memory box for each of the children.

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  9. All of my official paperwork and copies of my favourite photos

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  10. The deeds to my house and my will

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    Documents

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  12. I would store my children's first teeth and locks of hair along with their baby and childhood photos

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  13. I'd store my memorabolia from my kids & partner, our scorecard from our first date at mini golf etc

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  14. My dog's puppy teeth & a lock of his hair with all his photos.

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  15. Passports, birth certificates and any relevant papers and certificates relating to education and school xx

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  16. My PRECIOUS jewellery - my passport - passwords - my secret stash of chocolate

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  17. Ooo I would Store a locket that was my grandmas and my wedding tiara

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  18. My will and any related paperwork

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  19. I store important documents that i wouldn't want destroyed if the house burned down in mine. However a lot of banks are no withdrawing the service and we won't be able to use them for much longer.

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  20. I would store all the documents I'm most likely to lose,birth certificate, driving license etc

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  21. Would store documents and jewellery which i have inherited

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  22. Definately family photos,and keepsakes

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  23. family photos i cant replace

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  24. I'd store my chocolate away from the kids! I might actually get some then!!

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  25. Old family photos that have sentimental value

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  26. passports and important documents

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  27. All my personal things, they are all over the place at the moment

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  28. Mine would be a pen drive with all our family photos on and household documents.

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  29. Those photos that are hard or impossible to replace

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  30. Family photos, external hard drive, important papers

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  31. All of my photos, sentimental items and my childrens favourite teddy bears

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  32. I would keep family photos, old birth and death certs and any other family tree information that i can hand down to my daughter to show her where she is from. Things that are priceless.

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  33. Photos and important documents would be top of the list

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  34. Family photos and documents and some precious letters.

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  35. I would love to store a mini time capsule to look back on in future years with nostalgia (Alex Telford)

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  36. Has to be family photos and memories of our trips we have been on together

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  37. My sweets so that I can finally stop my boyfriend stealing my treats!!

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  38. family photos, will, house documents.

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  39. My old photos and my dads vhs videos of our family holidays when I was a kid

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  40. House Deeds and some old books

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  41. Photos of my mam who is no longer with us.

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  42. Family photos and important documents :)

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  43. Documents, passport and my coin collection

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  44. the few, precious photos I have of my sister.

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  45. I would store our favourite family photos

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  46. I'd store my memory cards, which have all my photos on and my memory box, full of old rubbish, but all with great memories attached.

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  47. Official documents and jewellery

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  48. I would put in the Photo Books and my computer games.

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  49. Love letters written by hubby over the last 50 years. Priceless and irreplaceable!

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  50. Precious photos, my sons baby memory box and some savings in case of an emergency

    Geri Gregg

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  51. My chocolate haha , photos and keepsakes mainly of my children like pictures and paintings

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  52. I would put in some kind of time capsule in their it would be awesome

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  53. Chocolate and crisps as whenever I want them there is none left

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  54. Passports, wills and deeds to house. Insurance documents and cash.
    Elaine Skye

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  55. Passports, wills and deeds to house. Insurance documents and cash.
    Elaine Skye

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  56. I would store family photos and special items that hold memories

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  57. Important documents letters and jewellery

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  58. I WOULD STORE MY DRILL AND BITS AND OTHER TOOLS, AS MY HUSBAND ALWAYS STEELS THEM FROM ME

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  59. my jewellry not worth loads but sentimental some coins and things ive collectd

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  60. My chocolate bars as everyone in this house pinches them all and leaves me with none so would be nice to have my own stash lol

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  61. I would keep my son's memory box in there, it has copies of his hand prints and a lock of his hair, he was stillborn in 2016

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  62. I would keep the deeds to our house, our family photos, my gran's pearl necklace I inherited and all the sentimental items I have kept from over the years.

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  63. I would put in a MASSIVE bar of Chocolate to keep it safe for emergency's

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  64. Has to be family certificates and irreplaceable mementos for me.

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  65. Passports, money, important docs

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  66. All personal items that my children would want when I am no longer around

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  67. All personal items that my children would want when I am no longer around

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