Reviewing 3,2,1 Draw by Crayola Games
We have so much fun reviewing toys and games for you on the blog. I think at this time of year it’s always good to see what people think of the toys that have made their way on the dreaded Christmas list isn’t it. Read a review or two before you commit to the purchase. No one wants a disappointed child on Christmas morning when they open a much coveted toy to find out it’s rubbish do they? Not so much fun really.
Has the 3,2,1 Draw by Crayola Games made it onto anyone’s list this year? If not it could be a fun little surprise they never knew they wanted. Or maybe just a great game to play together on Christmas day. Our family tradition is bingo. Every birthday or celebration we have to play bingo. There seems to be one in every house but after reviewing 3,2,1 Draw by Crayola games it may have a bit of competition this year!
What is 3,2,1 Draw?
3,2,1 Draw is very similar to Pictionary. Armed with your little white board, pen and timer you have to guess what is being drawn. With 4 levels to play at, Easy, Medium, Hard and Super Hard, the game comes with 3 dice to mix it up a bit and make it a bit more fun for everyone playing. Whether it be the two of you, like it was with myself and Olivia. Or you are playing with the maximum of 8 players the challenge is on for artists of all abilities or with a lack of abilities as is my case! Fun for all ages from 6 upwards. If you can draw you can play. In fact even if you can’t draw you can still play it just makes it more fun.
The thing is, I can waffle on about how to play it but the fun is in the doing isn’t it. Reviewing 3,2,1 Draw by Crayola has given us the opportunity we needed to finally do a vlog. Olivia has been wanting to do one for so long and she even managed to rope me in too! We would love you to watch our little video. It’s our first ever one so be nice and please excuse the fringe. Apparently it did not want to be left out of the action and decided to thrust itself into my spotlight despite my feeble attempts to control it. Apologies.
So, what did you think? Olivia loved reviewing this game as it right up her street. This is definitely something she would ask for on her Christmas list. With an RRP of £9.99 you can snap this game up at Argos now for £6.99. A great stocking filler the whole family can enjoy!