Thursday, 31 October 2019

Christmas Present Giveaway: Reveal Family Board Game (age 8+)

Reveal is a game for 2 to 4 players or teams aged 8+, and we were first sent a copy to review by the developer when it was still being tested a couple of years ago. Since then it has gone from strength to strength and I'm delighted to have a copy to give away to one of my readers.

Christmas Present Giveaway: Reveal Family Board Game (age 8+)

This is the game with no questions, just answers! There's no set up time, play instantly. Inside the box are 3 packs of cards in 3 topics - TV, Movies and Music. Players have to guess the answer by revealing as few letters as possible.

You start with just the initials and have 2 guesses or 30 seconds, whichever comes first, then a second row of letters is revealed and so on. Points won decrease with each row of letters that's revealed.

Reveal Family Board Game question card examples

A great game for family games night and ideal for different generations to play together, because you find you can answer different questions, so the playing field is fairly level whatever your age.

I did a full review of Reveal Board Game last year - when I also gave away a copy of Reveal (that giveaway has obviously long since ended).


Reveal is distributed by Paul Lamond Games and available now at £24.95rrp. Available from all good games stockists, including Argos and Amazon. Affiliate link below with free Prime postage:


I have a copy of  Reveal Family Board Game as a Christmas Present for one of my readers. Entry to the giveaway is by using the Gleam form below. No entries are mandatory, but each extra task performed earns more entries into the random draw at the end. Your personal information will ONLY be used to administrate this giveaway, then deleted - 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 1st December for Christmas delivery.

Christmas Present Giveaway: Reveal Family Board Game Age 8+


We were sent our copy of  Reveal for review by the developer. Amazon links are affiliate and I'll earn a few pence if you order through my link, but you'll never pay any more. It helps keep the website running.

54 comments:

  1. What is your favourite Christmas movie or TV Show? I love A Christmas Carol - all versions, old and new! Your favourite Christmas song? It is the original Band Aid'd 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' And would they work well together? Maybe because Scrooge didn't realise the true meaning of Christmas until after his ghostly visits!

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  2. Elf and Silent Night and I think they would work well together.

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  3. fav film is Die Hard and fav song is Christmas Wrapping by the Waitresses, could work together as an alternative combo

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  4. My favourite Christmas movie is The Search for Santa Paws and my favourite Christmas song is I Wish I Could Be Christmas Everyday. I think they would work well together!

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  5. Scrooged, we can (and do!) recite it word for word so I'm not sure why we bother putting the DVD in, and a little known song - Christmas time for sanctimonious swine - which actually probably would work

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  6. My favourite christmas movie is Home Alone and song Merry Christmas Everyone - Shakin Stevens. I think they both work well together as the opening song line is 'snow is falling, all around me' as is the case in the movie!

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  7. My favourite Christmas film is Its A Wonderful Life and my favorite song is Wham's Last Christmas , I think together they would give a great twist to a classic film

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  8. Looks amazing and good for our family to get together

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  9. My favourite Christmas film is Bad Santa (one for the grown ups!) and my favourite song/ carol is God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. I think they could work together!

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  10. Miracle on 34th Street and Oh Holy Night, they would work perfectly especially after the surprise wedding scene.

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  11. My favourite Christmas movie is The Nightmare Before Christmas and my favourite song is The Pogues and Kirty MacColl's Fairytale of New York. I'm not quite sure if they would work together though!

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  12. Margaret Clarkson
    My favourite Christmas film is Die Hard and my favourite Christmas song is the carol "Oh Holy Night" Not sure if they would work together!

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  13. Christmas carol
    Marys boy child bony m

    Both are timeless
    Both say what the true meaning of Christmas is
    Ghosts of Christmas past present and future

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  14. The Snowman, a Christmas Eve tradition through three generations.

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  15. I love the film Elf and the Song 'Only one more sleep til Christmas' from the muppets - I think they could work well together!

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  16. My favourite movie is Love Actually and favourite song is Christmas Wrapping. I think they would work really well together.

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  17. Robert Mark Ward2 November 2019 at 12:14

    Sorry but I'm a bit bored with Christmas Films, there is nothing new.
    Just call me Grinch.

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  18. I love Elf and I Wish it Could be Christmas Every Day by Wizzard - the perfect combination

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  19. a christmas carol , driving home for christmas

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  20. I love all things Christmas, especially movies and music, so it's hard to choose.
    I probably favour Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)’ – Darlene Love the most.
    My favourite carol is O holy night.
    Movie, may have to be The Muppets Christmas Carol.
    We always watch the Christmas shows TV specials too, such as The Royle Family, Gavin & Stacy and Some Mothers Do 'Ave'Em.

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  21. Favourite song is All I want for Christmas and movie, Jingle all the way, yes they would go together!

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  22. I love Home Alone and Driving Home for Christmas - they actually would work well together!

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  23. IN The Bleak Midwinter and Miracle on 34th Street. I don't think they fit together though

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  24. Has to be miracle on 34th street and my favourite song is silent night

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  25. I like the Christmas film One Magic Christmas and favourite song is silent night and I think they would go together

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  26. We love Elf and our fave Christmas song is All I want for Christmas by Mariah Carey... think they'd go well together!!

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  27. national lampoons xmas vacation and chris de burgh a spaceman came travelling not sure on these two together

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  28. My favourite christmas film is santa claus: the movie and my favourite christmas song is fairytale of new york. Seeing as it's a family film I don't think the song would work very well in the film but it always makes me smile.

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  29. I love ELF and Winter Wonderland - so yes I guess they would work very well together

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  30. mine would be home alone and last christmas, it would work better for home alone 2 x

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  31. A Christmas carol and merry Christmas everyone, as scrooge could sing it when he is in his positive zone xx

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  32. Yogi's first christmas with Jingle Bells would be great

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  33. The Snowman and Carol of the Bells, both I find really haunting and they work well together.

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  34. I love the polar express and driving home for Christmas

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  35. I love Elf, and the song 'do they know its Christmas' - I'm not sure how well they would go together though, they do all love to sing but its not their usual happy song!

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  36. Favourite Christmas film would have to be the animated version of 'A Christmas Carol' With Jim Carrey. Favourite song is 'I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas'. I'm not sure that they would work together though.

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  37. Favourite Film, has to be Home Alone 1&2 Song have so many, but i think it has to be So here it is Merry Christmas by Wizard

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  38. I love the holiday and love actually

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  39. The Muppet Christmas Carol and Fairytale of New York, and I can't think of two things that would work LESS well together!

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  40. Home Alone seem to enjoy even though seen it a few times and I wish it could be Christmas, unrelated but when i was really young I remember this song and me and my favourite aunt dancing to this tune.

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  41. I love "It's a Wonderful Life" (it reminds me of my Dad and many happy days spent watching it) and In The Bleak Midwinter, I think they would go well together

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  42. Elf is my favourite film for Christmas and my favourite song is Dwight Yoakams Santa Can't Stay. I think you could make if fit somewhere in the film.

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  43. santa claus the movie staring dudley moore

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  44. Miracle on 34th Street & Rockin Around The Christmas Tree - I suppose they would work into each other in some way.

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  45. Elf is our family favourite film for Christmas with Wonderful Christmas time being our fav Christmas song which would work well in the film x

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  46. My favourite film is Die Hard and my favourite song is Gaudete by Steeleye Span - it could work in an odd way!

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  47. Mine are Home Alone and Fairytale of New York. Would be an interesting combo

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  48. I love christmas movies, watch them every weekend from November! Myfavourite is Arthur Christmas or Miracle on 34th Street

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  49. The Holiday and Christmas Wrapping - I think there are a few scenes in that film that the song would really work with.

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  50. I love elf thanks very much for chance ooh and the holiday

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  51. My favourite it the old father Christmas movie, think it had dudley more in it!
    My favourite music has to be carols, particularly in the bleak mid winter so I think it would fit!

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