9th September 2013

Mask and Ask Review from Drumond Park

Mask and Ask is a great new game from Drumond Park that is based on the very popular game called Who Am I? We all know that Who Am I is a fab game family times, silly times and parties. Mask and Ask is just as fun but with masks. You all look very silly which makes the game even funnier.

This game is for 2 to 4 players and the recommended age is 7+ however I do think children from an older 5 upwards would be fine to play it as well.

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Whats inside the box?

An example of the masks

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The glasses that the masks clip onto

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Before you start to play the game you have to decide if you want to play the animal side of the human side.  One side of the masks have animals on them and the other side has humans on them, such as a Police woman, princess, queen, Fireman and many others. Once you have decided animals or humans/people you have to set the board up the right side either humans or animals. The masks are then placed face down so no one can cheat and see what they are choosing. Once you have chosen your mask they clip onto the glasses provided. I must say the glasses are made of plastic and are great for younger children as they almost can not be broken. The arms bend both way so they would be very hard to break off. Once you all have your masks on each player takes it in turn to spin the spinner and move around the board. When you land on a certain square you can then ask that question  to another player. The other players can then only answer yes or no. The yes and no reminder tokens are then placed on each square to remind the player of the answers given. The winner is the person who guesses all 3 of their masks first.

The fact you have the  board with the questions on is great for younger players. they do not have to think of their own questions, which for the younger ones could be quite hard.

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I have to say this is a fantastic game and I know at Christmas this game is going to be played with over and over again. Due to having a big family the game could also be adapted for more players. So you could play without the board and ask you own questions. Not everyone would be able to wear the mask on the glasses but there would be ways around that. We absolutely love this game. Such a fun game to play with the children OR adults on their own.

RRP of this game is £16.99 and I think that is well worth the money. For more information stockist please visit www.drumonpark.com

The wonderful People at Drumond Park are offering one lucky person the chance to win a copy of this game. Just enter the rafflecopter to be in with a chance 🙂

 

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30 responses to “Mask and Ask Review from Drumond Park”

  1. Rosemary Emery says:

    I think it would be hard to guess a retail shop worker. Thanks 🙂

  2. Stephanie Tsang says:

    I think it would be hard to guess a lion and panda

  3. Tracy Nixon says:

    I think a type of wild cat like a puma or Prince Andrew LOL!

  4. ashleigh says:

    A panda bear

  5. leanne williams says:

    i would be a dolphin

  6. Sarahann Tonner says:

    A jaguar!

  7. Laura H says:

    Unicorn!!

  8. anthony harrington says:

    a worm

  9. saffron khan says:

    a lion

  10. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    a beetle

  11. Tammy Tudor says:

    A Badger

  12. Kim Carberry says:

    A Dolphin

  13. Katie Skeoch says:

    a velociraptor!!

  14. Amy Ripley says:

    A lion!!!

  15. Natalie Crossan says:

    A fox 🙂

  16. Esme McCrubb says:

    a lion

  17. cheryl lovell says:

    A cheetah because I always get them mixed up with a leopard! lol

  18. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    A sloth

  19. Jane Middleton says:

    hippo

  20. Hazel Rush says:

    A meerkat

  21. Michelle Kinsey says:

    Zebra

  22. samantha roberts says:

    I think something obscure like an insect would be pretty hard…..

  23. Amanda Milton says:

    A Zeedonk

  24. laura avery says:

    a elk ..or a caraboo..i mean what are they Exactly?

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