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Googly Eyes by University Games Review

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We were sent the board game Googly Eyes for free to review and write down our thoughts on the product. The fact that we received the product for free, does not affect our opinion of the product. We will always be honest in all our reviews. For more information, check out our Disclosure Policy.

Googly Eyes by University Games

Googly Eyes is the hilarious drawing game involving crazy, googly glasses that challenge your vision and leave you googling for more.

Simply put on the zany, vision-altering googly eye glasses and start to draw whilst your team tries to guess what you’re drawing on a time-limit. Is that an igloo or a turtle? A birthday cake or a fortress? Take turns drawing and guessing, so everyone gets a chance to wear the glasses. A fun game that lets players of different ages and skill levels compete on equal terms, since the goggles make it fun and challenging for everyone.

  • Age: 7+ yrs
  • Number of players: 4+

Googly Eyes Family Game

Ages 7+. RRP £19.99 available from Amazon, Toys R Us and Argos

Our Opinion

Rhian drawing her picture wearing the Googly Eyes

The kids adored this game, they even played with friends on sleepovers and when Becky has her birthday camp-out she’s planning on taking it to play with all her friends.

Everyone had great fun laughing and trying to guess what it was, even my 4 year old wanted a go drawing with the glassess on.

With the glasses on, it certainly made everything hard to see and more difficult to draw, even for Ruby who is my talented little artist.

It’s even a great game for adults to enjoy as well!

Conclusion

playing googly eyes

We would give it 5/5 for lots of fun and laughter.

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Rachel (My Crazy Brood)

Parenting Blogger & Mum of 5

Hi, I’m Rachel, the poor mum of this crazy lot! We are; Dad (Bob), Ryan (17), Becky (15) Ruby  (14), Rhian (11) and Reese (7). We also have Gwen the staffy dog, 5 guinea pigs and 2 hamsters. Join us as we navigate the craziness that raising a large family with additional needs can bring.

Rachel

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