Primary Times, the “Magazine for parents, pupils and teachers in the primary school sector across the UK and Ireland.”
Talk about one the common Issues of family life, the dreaded Long distance journey. “University Games have found a solution with their handy travel games, which will keep the whole family occupied for hours. With ‘Sort it out Mini’ and ‘Gruffalo Word Rhyming Game’.
Him Me and Three; a blogger with articles published in Cheeky Boo magazine, who also writes for the Suffolk Days website and writes bi-monthly for the Kiddicare blog, reviews ‘Smart Ass‘.
See ‘Sort it out!’ Reviewed in the Family Fun Guide; the grownups guide to what kids like.
“questions covering entertainment, general knowledge, history, geography and the downright bizarre (what takes the longest – an adult male urinating, or the shower scene in Psycho?), no one player can possibly have the edge throughout the game, so the winner is generally the person with either the most logic, or the biggest mine of pointless information… Or, possibly, the greatest luck. Fast-paced and enormous fun, ‘Sort it out!’ proves that simplicity is often the key to quality entertainment.”
Kate Carter at the Guardian; daily recommends a little something to brighten up your week, ‘Gruffalo Hide and Seek‘ is Kate’s choice as Pick of the Day on guardian.co.uk as the game to “get them started on a lifetime of board game playing”
University Games’ ‘Pointless‘ in Cosmopolitan; the international magazine designed for women. Cosmopolitan publishes their ‘Bargainista Christmas gifts’ guide highlighting ‘Pointless‘ as one of the best games out there to give to your friends and family as a gift.
‘Poppin Hoppies‘ is reviewed by Mummyof3 a regular blogger and Mother of 3, “What you see is what you get!”
‘Poppin Hoppies‘ is a “fun filled game made up of bright colours, anticipation and lots of squeals”
In a review by Rhiannon from her blog Mummy Wants; a blog all about her and her children’s lives and her honest reviews of things they have seen and done along the way, Poppin Hoppies “the girls just love it”.
“I love how simple this game is, no batteries needed (massive plus) and it has wonderfully simple game play for younger children to understand. If nothing else the excitement and suspense it creates is addictive for all the family, old or young”