Recent research has acknowledged the significant benefits that board games, such as Jungle Speed and Dixit, have, not only on a child’s cognitive development and their brain’s motor functions, but also on important life skills such as patience, cooperation, concentration, teamwork and perseverance. Offering children fun, stimulating board games such as Jungle Speed can give them an advantage when heading back to school this fall. They’re also fun for the whole family year round! Please join us Wednesday for the #BTSJungleSpeed party to learn more about this new-to-the-US game that is taking the world by storm.
When: Wednesday, August 17th from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET
Where: The #BTSJungleSpeed hashtag on Twitter
How: To participate be sure to follow hostess @ResourcefulMom. Stay tuned for more information about how you can connect with Jungle Speed during the party!
Grand Prize – One (1) Grand Prize winner will receive a bundle of four Asmodee games including a copy of Jungle Speed and Dixit
First Place Prize – Five (5) first place winners will receive a copy of Jungle Speed
This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.
About Jungle Speed:
Developed by Asmodee, the European leader in the distribution of board games and collectible card games, Jungle Speed is an exciting game of quick thinking and lightning fast reflexes. Think classic card games Spoons or WAR, embellish the cards with abstract shapes and colors and add a call to action to race opponents to a totem. Each player must be spot-on, in between outbursts of laughter and action!
Dixit is an exciting game of storytelling through imagination and clues. Artistically designed cards tell a different story for every individual and put creativity to the test! To start, each player receives six cards. One player is selected as the storyteller for the round. As players tell stories, they earn points to move individually colored rabbit icons around a scoring track to the finish line. The scoring system is where all the subtlety of Dixit is expressed. The storyteller needs to be subtle enough in the clue he gives so at least one player (but not all) understand which is his card and vote for his card.