Drummond Park Rapidough Reviews
Product Type: Drumond Park board games
Newest Review: ... side being easier than the other, so you do have an easier option if you're playing with children or if you want a quicker ... more
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Customer Drummond Park Rapidough Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/02/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
We love playing board games, and we regularly have people round for games and drinks (which sometimes works but sometimes descends into a complete drunken chaos). Rapidough is one that we bought hoping that it would become another one of our rotated favourites, but unfortunately we just haven't warmed to it enough for that to happen. As it stands we enjoy getting it out once in a while but we prefer others such as Cranium, Articulate and The Logo Game. The premise is very similar to Pictionary, but instead of drawing, you mould your word with playdoh. You split into teams and one person from each team is the modeller. A card is selected, and depending on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09, updated on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Buying new board games for the family can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. My children are 12 and 15 so don't want to play anything too childish but also the younger one cannot quite compete alongside adults in the more grown up versions. At christmas we do try and purchase a new family game so this time we opted for Rapidough. The suggested age range was 8yrs to adult. We purchased it at a local toystore for £16 and I have seen it on the internet between £15 to £24. "Guess too slow and you lose some dough!" Upon opening the box you find the essentials for the game: 3 pots of coloured modelling dough (red, blue and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Rapidough is a fun family game which has simple rules. If you've ever played Cranium, then this is basically the bit from that that involves play-doh. You split up into groups of at least two, and you get a pot of dough each, and a mat (to prevent blue-stuff-in-new-cream-carpet incidents!). One person from each team then looks at the first card, which will sometimes just have one word on it, sometimes three to choose from, and sometimes a list of colour-coded words so each team has to do the word in their colour. The idea of this is that way you can't look at what the other team is doing and guess from their model instead of your team's. Then the modellers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/11 (Useful, 14 readings)
Whats in the box? we get 3 placemats and 3 tubs of different colour dough with 3 modelling tools with a mini plunger also a box of cards. Instruction leaflet The aim of the game is You split up in to teams of a minimum of 2 players and each player has a different colour dough each team takes a card from the box which has words on it which one of your team has to model with the dough and all other team members have to guess what that word is before the other teams guess theirs. There are different types of cards to choose from one card has just one word on it so all the teams model the same thing another card has 3 different ... Read the complete review
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