Monday, 1 October 2012

Pumpazing Review & Giveaway - CLOSED


Pumpazing, Drumond Park, party game















What is your child's favourite party game? Musical statue? Musical Chairs? Pin the Donkey's Tail? Or Pass the Parcel? I think that any parties must have pass the parcel, the excitement of 'Will I get something? Will I not?' makes great videos and pictures! Drumond Park has created a game similar to pass the parcel but even more exciting and fun to play with - Pumpazing!


Pumpazing, Drumond Park, party game










The aim is to be the last person holding one or more Zingy cards. Each player takes turn to pump Zingy, the main unit, by pulling his arms out until it clicks, and pushing it back in. The player will keep doing so until one of the Zinger heads flies off. When a Zinger head flies off, Zingy will make either a Wheeeeeee, Boingggg or Uhhh-Ohhh sound. If the player gets a Wheeeeee or Boingggg sound, they are safe. If the player gets a Uhhh-Ohhh sound, he/ she must remove one of their Zingy card (place it in a stack in the middle perhaps). Whichever sound Zingy made, the player will then pass Zingy to the next player who will do the same thing. This will go on until only one player is left with any Zingy cards, and he/ she will be the winner.


video

The above video shows you the pumping action and the sound Zingy make, but not the actual game play. Make sure the child pulls Zingy's arms all the way out until it clicks or it won't count!

Poor Abby got tired out from all the pumping in the video! It's really not that hard to pump, but the pumping motion can surely give you some tired upper arms if you are not used to doing that! (No, of course I didn't get sore arms from playing with a child's toy!)


The game is really fun and fairly safe to play, you just have to make sure that they aren't pointing it at anyone's faces. The colourful zingers are attractive and Abby said: 'Lets say the colours before we play.' and taught me how to say it in a particular sequence. She did once say that she wanted to be a teacher.

I'm certain Pumpazing will make parties more fun with children doing all the pumping and with Zingers flying everywhere. You can also make it just like pass the parcel, for example, whoever gets a Boinggg gets a chocolate. It is suitable for 4 years+, requires 3 AAA batteries to operate, and is retailed at £19.99. You can buy it from all good toy stores, or you can enter my giveaway for a chance to win a Pumpazing for your little one!












How to enter:

Simply follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter.

The deadline for this giveaway will be Monday 22nd October, 2012 at 12:01am EST.


Terms & Conditions:

  • The giveaway is open to the UK only
  • It is mandatory to leave a blog comment to enter the giveaway. Please make sure that you are not leaving a comment as Anonymous, as I would not be able to check whether you've left a blog comment. If you must, please add a means of ID on your comment I can use to link it to your Rafflecopter entry. Unfortunately if I can't, all your entries will not be counted.
  • Please make sure that your email used to enter the rafflecopter is active, and you do check the spam folder in case the email I sent you ended up there
  • If you win through 'tweeting the giveaway' entry, your tweet url will be checked. Please make sure you have the correct url entered into the rafflecopter 
  • The winner will be announced by Wednesday 24th october, 2012 on here as well as Twitter. Unfortunately it will not be announced on Facebook as it's against Facebook rules. You will, however, receive an email from me if you are the winner.
  • The winner will have to respond to my email by Monday 29th October, 2012 noon, so that I can send your details over to the PR. If I haven't receive a response by then, I will have no choice but to choose another winner for the giveaway.
  • All prizes will be posted to the winner by the corresponding PR. I cannot be held responsible for missing prizes, but you can contact me for queries, and I'll try my best to help.

Good Luck! x

a Rafflecopter giveaway




Disclosure: I was sent a game to try and review; all opinions are honest and my own.