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Winning Moves Family Game Night – Giveaway

Have you instituted Family Game Night in your home?  We have and I absolutely love and look forward to our game nights.  It gets the kids away from technology for a little while and it is a great way to wind down after a long day of chores at the barn for our horses.  We often look to Winning Moves for some great games to keep us entertained and engaged.

They have classic games, unique, fun, games of skill and more.  Something for anyone and everyone in families.  Today I am bringing you a classic game – Parcheesi; a unique twist on a classic game – No Stress Chess; and one of their new games – Clue Suspect Card Game!

I am a huge fan of Parcheesi and until now never really owned a game.  But seriously this game holds a special place in my heart and I am thrilled to spend time teaching my children to play.  I grew up spending Saturday nights at my great grandparents house playing games.  My grandmother and her siblings all played Pitch – I never learned how to play that.  The next generation down played Gin Rummy – that I did learn how to play.  But my generation played Parcheesi!  Every single Saturday for years and years until my great grandparents passed away and the Saturdays were no longer as sacred as they were.  Prior to that there would be 30-40 people every single Saturday in their home.  We would all gather after church and sit down to a huge family dinner of Ragout, boiled potatoes, vegetables and coffee flavored milk.  Seriously – life was so awesome back then and Parcheesi held it all together.


This game is for 2-4 players and ages 8 and up.  This is the royal edition with a game board, 16 plastic pawns (4 sets of 4 colors), 4 individual dice cups, 8 dice (4 sets) and instructions.  It is a really easy game for anyone to participate in, understand and enjoy.

No Stress Chess is another great game.  Chess can be a difficult game to learn – so much so that my husband quickly learned when we got married that we were not meant to play Chess together… Just sayin’.  But No Stress Chess brings another great way to enjoy chess.  With this game you can actually learn to play while playing and having fun!


It is for 2 players, ages 7 and up.  The game includes:  2 sided chess board, 16 black pieces and 16 ivory pieces, 56 action cards, black plastic card tray and instructions.  The 2 sided chess board allows us to play using the cards or we can flip the board over and play a traditional game of chess.

We have often played the game of Clue – but never have we played it as a card game so this is a great new way to experience Clue!  This is part of the 2017 Winning-Moves new game lineup! The Clue Suspect Card Game is so much fun and very engaging and thoughtful.  Try and solve the mystery with cards and sleuth work!

Perfect for ages 8 and up and 3-4 players.  Game includes:  2 Decks of Cards, 1 Confidential Envelope and Illustrated Instructions.

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Giveaway

One lucky The Stuff of Success reader will win one of these Winning Moves Games.  The prize will be sent directly to the winner from the sponsor. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping.  The giveaway will run until 10/31/17  at 11:59pm EST.  Any taxes or other charges that may be part of the prize are the winner’s sole responsibility.  The giveaway is open to United States residents over age 18.  We reserve the right to cancel any giveaway.  No purchase is necessary. One entry per person per household.  This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.

 

 

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