Rainy Day Games

Rainy Day Games

The words ‘save them for a rainy day’ might as well apply to our extensive range of board games. Though it’s been a scorcher so far this summer, all of us have experienced our fair share of thunderstorms, so it’s right to be prepared these summer holidays with indoor games to entertain the entire family. Take a look at some of our favourite board games to see you through a downpour…

Littlewoods board games

For little tots, we’ve got games such as the Jumping Monkeys Game – you aim to be the first player to flick your monkeys into the tree and try to knock your opponent off at the same time – and Hasbro Hungry Hippos Board Game; a classic game that’s been around for over 30 years. Another firm favourite that captures the attention of all ages is Guess Who? and we’ve mixed things up with our Skylanders Guess Who? game. Ask yes or no questions like ‘does your Skylander have tentacles?’ or ‘does your Skylander have one eye’? – once you have the answer, make your guess!

If you’ve got slightly older children who want to test their knowledge, we can certainly help out there too. For word fanatics, there’s the Mattel Nabbit Game or Mattel Scrabble Junior. Alternatively, there’s our Hasbro Trivial Pursuit Family Edition – this fun family edition of Trivial Pursuit will be a big test for young and old alike so everyone’s got a fair chance of winning some wedges!

Other Littlewoods HQ favourites include Cluedo – London Edition; this classic game has been given a twist that’s much closer to home. Also, a rainy day just wouldn’t be right without Hasbro Monopoly Board Game, are we right?

 

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Which rainy day board game do you most want to play with your family?

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