#ChristmasGiftGuide Review & #Giveaway for @ContinuumGames

Continuum Games




Ages: 3+ | Players: 2+ | Retail: $9.99
The second edition of our award winningFamily Talk game. Engage your family in meaningful conversations with this set of 100 new and exciting questions. Simply pick a card, ask the question and get a surprising and often hilarious glimpse into the hearts and minds of family members. Winner of the Tillywig Brain Child Award.

  • Second edition of our popular Family Talk game
  • Fun, Portable family game of conversation keeps today’s busy families connected
  • 100 new and exciting question cards attached to round carabineer clip for use anywhere – at home, at a restaurant, in the car, on vacation
  • Questions that get the whole family talking – even hard-to-talk-to Teens!
  • Portable, thought provoking, fun!
  • Great as a travel game
  • Ages 3+
  • Great gift idea


Ages: 6+ | Players: 1-100 | Retail: $ 7.99
Getting coal in your stocking is now the best gift of the holidays!
The Lumps Legend: Children around the world have been so good over the past few years; lumps of coal have built up at the North Pole. Puzzled by what to do with the excess coal; Santa’s elves decided to create an exciting new game that uses lumps of coal of all shapes and sizes. The game is so much fun, good little boys and girls, for the first time ever, are excited to get lumps of coal in their stocking!
Lumps, the Elf Coal Game is the most addictive family dice game you’ll ever play! The goal is to score the most points in three rolls by rolling pairs of the same number. Roll a pair of 3s, score 3 points, a pair of 10s scores 10 points. What makes the game unique is that it has four different types of dice and there are few high numbers. On each turn you have to make decisions on which dice to keep and re-roll. Do you play it safe and hold a pair of 4s, or chance it and try for a high pair? The endless possibilities make Lumps exciting and addictive. Great stocking stuffer!
Our Thoughts:
We love to try out new games especially around the holidays. So we were thrilled to be able to review Family Talk 2 and Lumps, the Elf Coal Game. What we liked about Family Talk 2 is that it can be played with little M although, his answers can be quite funny. It is nice to play this game while we are eating dinner or before bed. It is nice to have questions made up for you instead of trying to come up with your own. Sometimes the questions can lead to a thirty minute discussion or some questions just bring a lot of laughs.
Lumps, the Elf Coal Game is a game Hubby and I play after little M has gone to bed. It is a fun game that is not to hard but competitive. It is fun because Hubby tends to play it safe while I try for the bigger numbers. We are going to play this game with our families over Christmas and I am sure it will become a yearly tradition.
Buy it:
You can buy Family Talk 2 at www.continuumgames.com. Lumps, the Elf Coal Game can also be bought at www.continuumgames.com or you can pick it up at your local Hallmark Gold Crown stores, Books-A-Million, Go! Games and 100s of specialty toy stores in the US.
Giveaway:
One reader of Rambles of a SAHM will win Family Talk 2 and Lumps, the Elf Coal Game from Continuum Games. Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below for you chance to win!

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23 comments:

  1. Barnyard Stampede looks fun!

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  2. I'd like the Family Talk game!
    joditrinklein at gmail.com

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  3. i think the stone soup game looks fun

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  4. The Family Talk game looks like something that would be fun. No need to enter me, as it is just me and my husband at home now.

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  5. Exact Change Nostalgic Money Bag looks like a great game - I have 2 kindergartners who are learning about money & this would be a fun way to learn!

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  6. Exact Change looks fun!!

    residentmayor at satx.rr.com

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  7. I like Lost Puppies!

    britibee@gmail.com

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  8. I like Count Your Chickens to play with my daughter!

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  9. Knowbody Knows looks fun

    nieceyd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Knowbody knows looks like a fun game

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  11. Hoot owl hoot looks fun

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  12. would love to play count your chickens with my son Josh!

    jygriebel@gmail.com

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  13. i'd love to try 'fish stix'

    annae07 at aol dot com

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  14. I think that "Count Your Chickens" would be a great game for family game night that everyone could play.

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  15. Knowbody Knows
    Jadavis42@students.tntech.edu

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  16. Count Your Chickens looks like it could be entertaining for the lil ones.

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  17. ive played barnyward stampede i think and it looks like so much fun! scg00387 at yahood ot com

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  18. Fish Stix! dmatthews38751@yahoo.com

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  19. Discombobulation looks like fun. (olomon@hotmail.com)

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