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When we head off on adventures we never leave home without a game or two, not only do they help to keep everyone entertained on the journey it’s great to spend some quality time playing them too. Interplay has a fantastic new range of Take ‘N’ Play games that are perfect for taking on the road with you.
Each game comes in a convenient compact square tin case, the ideal size to fit in a bag, all the pieces are magnetic meaning they stay in place during the game even when you are travelling.
Interplay sent us two of these fun new games to test out, Chess and Noughts & Crosses. There are six classic games available to collect including Hangman, Draughts, Bingo and more.
We started with Noughts & Crosses as it’s one of our favourite quick and easy games to play. This game is a 2in1 so you can also play a game of four-in-a-row using the die included.
The pieces in the game are made of really good quality foam and have a magnetic backing, they stick to the board really well but are also easy to remove too. I really like that there is no worrying about losing pieces when it’s packed away as everything stays in place when you close the tin.
Another brilliant thing about the Take ‘N’ Play games is that the instructions for playing the game are printed inside the tins. This is so useful especially in the Chess game, the rules were explained in a really simple way and there’s no having to read complicated leaflets.
We really enjoyed trying out the new Take ‘N’ Play games they are a very welcome addition to our travel game collection that we take on all our adventures.
What We Loved About Take ‘N’ Play Games
- The compact tin and how all the pieces stay in place when packed away
- That there’s a good range of classic games to choose from
- The quality of the magnetic pieces
- That we can take the games with us on adventures easily
- The instructions are printed inside the tin and are really easy to follow
Where You Can Buy Take ‘N’ Play Games
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