Monday, 4 November 2019

Christmas Giveaway: Big Potato Party Games Bundle! (Age 10+)

We love Big Potato Games. Perfect for a household where the kids are getting older, all of their games have easy to learn rules, instant play and make you laugh. This bundle has 3 of our favourites - 20 Second Showdown, What Came First? and my personal favourite, the gloriously packaged Blockbuster Movie Game.


Big Potato have sent us a lot of games for review over the past couple of years, and these are 3 excellent choices which we've all really enjoyed, so I'm delighted that they have offered to send this bundle of 3 games (worth almost £65rrp) as a Christmas Present to one of my readers.

20 Second Showdown by big potato games pack shot showing huge timer

20 Second Showdown is a fast-paced team game for 5 or more players aged 10+ and it has the biggest timer ever!. One player takes role of referee and the rest split into two teams. The aim of the game is to complete the challenge or activity on the card before the other team.

Big potato games 20 second showdown question challenge cards

Whenever your team 'win' a card, they turn the Massive Timer Of Destiny so that their side fills up and then straight on to the next card. It's manic and hilarious. Your team loses when your side of the timer runs out of 'sand'.

20 second showdown from big potato game review

You can read my full 20 Second Showdown review here. It's really quick and frantic at times, but actually not as physically active as you'd think, so seated players can still join in fine.


What Came First? is a simple guessing game for 2-8 players aged 10+. You can split into teams, preferably with 2 players in each, but you can also play individually, and you'll very quickly learn your memory is so much worse than you thought!

Big Potato Games What Came First game review and giveaway

Do you know which came first out of the 2 items on the card? Correct answers advance you around the board, and depending on how confident you are, that can be 1,2 or 3 spaces towards the finish.

What came first? review gameplay

You can read my full What Came First? review here. It randomly features Betty White.

Blockbuster movie game review and giveaway

Blockbuster Movie Game is possibly the best packaged game ever! Suitable for 2 teams of players aged 12+, you can benefit from some film knowledge - but only if your teammates understand what you are on about too!

Blockbuster movie game quiz cards review and giveaway

Collect a set of 8 Movie Cards by getting your teammates to guess the movie on your card. You can only use One Word, Quote It or Act It, and there's a timer. There's lots of frantic acting and made up quotes, and at times you've no hope because you are laughing too much.

blockbuster movie game review gameplay board

This is our favourite Big Potato Game. You can find our full glowing review of Blockbuster Movie Game here.

Big Potato Games Bundle Giveaways Reviews teen family party games

If you want something to bring you all together for an hour or two, with lots of laughs, a bit of silliness and some genuine intelligence, Big Potato Games are excellent. They're great for teenagers and young people, but multi-generational play is just as good. You can find all of my Big Potato Games Reviews here...

Big potato Games are available from good games stockists instore or online, including independents and Amazon (affiliate links below).


To stand a chance of winning this fabulous Big Potato Games bundle (almost worth £65rrp) , including the Massive Timer of Destiny and that nostalgic Blockbuster Video case, all you have to do is use the Gleam widget below.

Big Potato Games Bundle for family party teens uni students games night

Gleam is really easy and I don't even look at your details unless you are drawn as the winner - I certainly don't sell, store or pass them on. If you're new you can find Gleam help here.

The sweepstake giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 1st December. Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form. You can find all of my other Christmas Present Giveaways here...

Christmas Giveaway: Big Potato Party Games Bundle

We were originally sent our games for review. Amazon links are affiliate, and if anyone ever ordered anything through my link, I'd earn a small thank you for the time taken. You don't pay a penny more

84 comments:

  1. We would wait It’s a Wonderful Life can’t beat a classic

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  2. I'd play Back To The Future - because it's such an awesome movie!!!

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  3. Home Alone. The perfect family Christmas movie.

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  4. i would show the new frozen 2 movie due out soon :)))))

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  5. It would be Miracle on 34th Street as that is our families favourite Christmas film.

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  6. I would show Miracle on 34th Street

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  7. Elf is our favourite or Home Alone 2 x

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  8. I would have to be a collection of my favourite Christmas films so The Grinch, Meet me in St Louis and Home Alone

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  9. Margaret Clarkson
    Home Alone

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  10. Elf - it’s a favourite amongst my whole family

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  11. Robert Mark Ward6 November 2019 at 05:00

    Summer Holiday

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  12. Would have to be Home Alone 1&2

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  13. it would have to be national lampoons xmas vacation

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  14. The Grinch because both adults and children love it.

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  15. a christmas carol scrooge the original

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  16. Die Hard - The ultimate Christmas movie!

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  17. I do love Elf for that Christmas feeling. It would be that or The Wizard Of Oz :-)

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  18. It's a Wonderful Life

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  19. Would have to be Star Wars - what better way to bond at Christmas!

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  20. The Grinch with Jim Carrey - best film ever!

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  21. I would love to show Elf - a great family movie

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  22. I would have to rent the film Home Alone, a classic Christmas favourite!

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  23. Elf - its a family favourite!

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  24. I would show Mary Poppins as we always watch it as a family at Christmas!

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  25. I would show The Muppet Christmas Carol and get everybody to sing along with the songs.

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  26. The Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland it would take me back to my childhood and of all the family sat round watching on TV = great memories

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  27. Mary Poppins the original xx

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  28. Muppets Christmas Carol is usually a hit with all ages, the Muppets for the kids and the Charles Dickens story of A Christmas Carol for the adults

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  29. It would be Grease, Dirty Dancing and Fame so we could have a great sing a long together.

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  30. wqould love this

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  31. The holiday and have a girly night

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  32. home alone as its one we all love to watch at christmas and it would be great on big screen

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  33. It would have to be Elf it would be so much fun to watch as a family at Christmas.

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  34. We always watch The Muppet Christmas Carol together every year so that would be our choice.

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  35. The new frozen 2 movie thanks so much for chance my

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  36. I love Notting hill

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  37. The film i would pick would have to be the snowman

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  38. It would have to be Elf! I could watch that movie over and over all year through

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  39. Christmas carol - any version will do

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  40. It would have to be something for the grandchildren so Snow White

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  41. Love actually!!! Or something more for childfren- geri Gregg

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  42. Home Alone would be our favourite to watch.

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  43. At this time of year, it would have to be The Polar Express!

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  44. Frozen 2, grandson would love it

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  45. the never ending story as its one of my favourites

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  46. Hotel Transylvannia

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  47. It would be The Muppet's Treasure Island.

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  48. Scrooge. The 1953 version with Alastair Sim.

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  49. Groundhog Day would always be at the top of my family viewing list.

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  50. Muppets Christmas Carol

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  51. Patrick would be my choice, it's such a feel good film!

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  52. Definitely home alone, one of our favourite Christmas movies that always gets us laughing.

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  53. Its not Christmas until ive seen the wizard of Oz, so it would have to be that

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  54. frozen 2 just because we haven't got round to going because girls been not well

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  55. We love Christmas Chronicles at the moment, a lovely Christmassy film

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  56. Bambi: we love the ice skating wintery scene!

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  57. The Grinch is a firm favourite in our house

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  58. Home Alone is our family favourite

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  59. I think I'd choose Polar Express!

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  60. a nightmare before christmas

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  61. At this time of year it would have to be Miracle on 34th Street

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