Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Gift Guide: Play classic Games with edible Belgian Chocolate playable pieces #Review #GiftGuide

Do you or know someone who loves playing games and loves chocolate? Gamesformotion has a great combination for you. They just released many classic childhood board games with edible game pieces, the finest Belgian milk chocolate encased within printed wrappers.


Chocolate Games from Gamesformotion included Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit, Scrabble, Pictionary, Clue, Twister, Battleship, Mr. Potato Head, Memory and many more. The games themselves were very close to the original games but doesn't take long to finish. The game pieces are chocolate which you can eat it after you play the game. If you want to play the game again, you can adapt by using regular game pieces but I would say it is more of a one time use. Just have fun playing the game and enjoy eating the chocolate later.

Personally, I love playing games. These will be perfect gifts for me. I get to play my favorite games with my friends and family and after that we get to enjoy Belgian milk chocolate together! Perfect for spending time together during Christmas season.

Here are some of the games.
Scrabble, GuessWho?, Candy Land, Monopoly



This is Scrabble



Check out the rules! Pretty simple.


Candy Land





Monopoly
 


Guess who?





Let's see the Candy Land one together.


This is what I saw in the box.


Game board. It is actually just a paper.



These are play pieces.



And last but not least, the chocolate!


WARNING! Play before you eat!

All the games are available now at mass retail stores such as Target, CVS, Amazon.com. Retail prices starting at only $9.99!

3 comments:

  1. I have never heard of these before!!! My kinda game!!! I will be on the look out for these now. Thanks for the review. :)

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  2. I have never seen these before but I am thinking wow!! how my hubby would love to sink his teeth into these loll, thanks for share

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  3. I too have never heard of these before but the "Play classic Games with edible Belgian Chocolate playable pieces" certainly caught my attention :-)

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