*Review* Gobblet Gobblers

*Review* Gobblet Gobblers

As well as being able to offer one of our readers the chance to win the Paul Lamond game, Gobblet Gobblers. Kayleigh and Ethan were really fortunate enough to be offered one to review.

The game itself is super easy to set up and fairly easy to learn the rules as well.

Gobblet Gobblers

In the box you get 4 interconnecting sticks that form your playing grid and your gobblers.

The game itself in essence is 3 in a row however with a twist!

Your gobblers are able to move one square and eat the Gobbler in that square as long as it is smaller than them, they are also able to move on again.

Gobblet Gobblers

This gives the game a whole new dimension as you have to be aware of who is where and what size they are so you don’t get eaten as you are about to claim victory!

Kayleigh and Ethan love this game, it is super easy to set up so no waiting around to set it up and the games are quick enough they enjoy it but not too long it loses their concentration.

I can see this game becoming a big hit with many households this Christmas!

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