Og On The Bog Boardgame giveaway! 

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As a family we love having time together and one of the things that brings us closer together is playing board games. Yes they can cause lots of arguments but they also can bring you closer.

We were recently sent Og on the Bog from Drummond Park. We love this game, it is super funny! The game is really simple, you have Og in his outhouse bog, a spinner and some loo rolls.

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You each take a turn to spin and the aim of the game is to steal Og’s loo rolls. So when you spin you have 3 possible things it can land on

  • A red x and that means you have disturbed Og so you have to run away and it’s the next person’s turn
  • A green tick which means you get to press his button on the bog and a number of things will happen. He will shout out which means the next person takes their turn, he will trump/groan which means you get to try and steal a loo roll
  • A loo roll sign which means you can just try and take a loo roll

The winner is the first one to get 4 loo rolls. But there is something else that can happen, which made Harry almost wet himself with laughter. When you press the button on his bog several times, he groans and then his shed falls apart and pops open to expose him sitting on the bog.

When we first received the game Harry wasn’t at home so the OH and I ‘tested’ it but actually ended up playing it 4 times 🙂

When the teens got home they also wanted a go and ended up playing several times too. Well it does say ages 5+ it doesn’t specify an age to stop playing.  As Harry is not quite 4 he didn’t enjoy playing as much as us. He understood roughly and he found it funny but he didn’t like landing on a red cross and not getting a turn. We recently went to a party and I took the game with me to occupy the kids while we got ready and it was a big hit with the kids.

I have been lucky enough to be given a game as a giveaway for one of my readers. Just enter the rafflecopter below, good luck!

 

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62 Responses to Og On The Bog Boardgame giveaway! 

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    I loved Frustration!

  2. Kim Carberry says:

    Guess who! It was always such fun 😀

  3. cheryl hadfield says:

    I loved Bukaroo

  4. laura banks says:

    i loved a game called perfection

  5. Hayley F says:

    Hungry hippos x

  6. Kim Styles says:

    Ludo was my favourite when I was young

  7. kim plant says:

    snakes and ladders x

  8. Natalie Crossan says:

    Hungry hippos xx

  9. Marion says:

    Monopoly

  10. Kay Panayi says:

    I loved the game of life

  11. jen s morgan says:

    Loved snakes and ladders

  12. Sarah Parkin says:

    I loved Pop up Pirate – now my kids do too!

  13. RachelSwirl says:

    Like a modern day ‘Buckaroo?’ but more like Buckaloo?

  14. Catherine McAlinden says:

    I loved Monopoly

  15. Aaron Broad says:

    I liked Pokemon Red/ Blue

  16. Tony Metcalf says:

    Mousetrap!

  17. Susan Smith says:

    Mousetrap

  18. Beky Austerberry says:

    Monopoly

  19. Keri Jones says:

    I loved so many board games as a child. I really enjoyed Othello and Upwords with my Gran. My brother taught me how to win at Cluedo so that was my favourite until no-one wanted to play with me because I always won, lol. I loved Ludo and Monopoly too 😀 x

  20. Game of life was a good one

  21. Carly Belsey says:

    Operation was my favourite game, my son has it and I still love it now!

  22. Nuno Santos says:

    Risk

  23. jules Eley says:

    perfection

  24. Chelsey Hollings says:

    operation

  25. sharon martin says:

    mousetrap

  26. Vicky Hawkins says:

    Mouse trap

  27. Clare Hubbard says:

    I loved pop up pirate 🙂

  28. ESME MCCRUBB says:

    HUNGRY HIPPOS

  29. kim neville says:

    we liked Cludeo

  30. sharma gaskill says:

    Loved playing Buckeroo with my sister.

  31. Nicki Simpson says:

    I loved guess who and mouse trap….and dream phone until I found out that real boys weren’t on the line

  32. Melissa Crowe says:

    loved Monopoly 🙂

  33. Chrissie Curtis says:

    I loved frustration! We still play it now.

  34. Samantha walker says:

    Has to be monopoly, I never won though

  35. Samantha Philpott says:

    I loved PayDay

  36. Sarah S says:

    Frustration!

  37. Laura Bryant says:

    Monopoly

  38. Jayne Kelsall says:

    I loved Yahtzee .x

  39. Dale Dow says:

    Operation, despite knowing it would you would still jump when it buzzed

  40. keri brooks says:

    Loved mouse trap and dream phone

  41. karen laing says:

    I’m a grandma so there wasn’t the amount of games on the market as there are now but my friends and I played Monopoly for ours,I was never very good at it and lost far more than I ever won.We now have a selection of games for our grandchildren and we have great fun.This would be a super new addition and I know my grandchildren would love this x

  42. Laura Harrison says:

    Kerplunk was my favourite game as a child xxx

  43. Jo McPherson says:

    I would spend hours playing Kerplunk!

  44. Tee simpson says:

    Fustration was mine

  45. Cathy Prescott says:

    I lover mouse trap as a kid.

  46. Rebecca Lis says:

    Operation!

  47. Scott Fallon says:

    It was Buckaroo

  48. lauren cooke says:

    My favourite game was Guess Who

  49. Karl Borowy says:

    ludo is fun

  50. Jean Vaughan says:

    Mousetrap

  51. I loved Frustration 🙂 So many happy childhood memories playing this with my family 🙂 X x

  52. Denielle Nicol says:

    I loved Cluedo and still do

  53. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    Canasta; but there was always arguments

  54. Danielle Graves says:

    frustration, used to play it on a sunday afternoon at my grans

  55. Lisa Mcalley says:

    I love guess who, i have done since i was a kid

  56. Joanna Kasznicki says:

    Has to be monopoly, an all time favourite.

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